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Civil Liberties Advocates Warn COVID-19 Vaccine Passports Could Worsen Inequities

4 hours ago by Simone Carter
Some experts warn that requiring COVID-19 vaccine passports could have a "chilling effect" on immigrant communities and communities of color.
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No, the COVID Vaccine Didn't Kill DMX

4 hours ago by Raven Jordan
On April 9, the world lost rough-voiced rapper DMX. He was 50. Born Earl Simmons, he claimed his spot in hip-hop around the world in the 1990s and early 2000s with hits such as "Slippin'" and "Ruff Ryders' Anthem." The rapper had reportedly suffered a drug overdose and died a...
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Good-To-Go: Nashville Hot Chicken Pizza with Pickles at Zalat

4 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
At this point, Nashville hot chicken needs no introduction. We’re far past those awkward first days where we laugh a little too loud at each other’s jokes. At this point, it’s similar to an uncle who shows up for dinner on occasion; no introduction or nice napkins needed. Khanh Nguyen,...
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The New Âme in The Bishop Arts District Blends Traditional Indian Flavors with French Techniques

4 hours ago by Alex Gonzalez
From the mind behind Dallas Farmers Market favorites 8 Cloves and Laili comes chef Afifa Nayeb’s first full-service concept. Âme, now open in Bishop Arts District, offers powerful, flavorful Indian dishes by way of French cooking techniques. Nayeb is one of the founders of The Nayeb Group, a Dallas-based real...
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The Story Behind a 1984 Hallucinogenic Pamphlet From Denton Is Just as Trippy as Its Subject

4 hours ago by Daniel Rodrigue
The Sonoran Desert stretches a little more than 100,000 square miles across the hardscrabble terrain of California, Arizona and northwestern Mexico. It’s what’s known as a “hot desert”  — defined as one of the hottest, largest deserts in North America. Curiously, it's also known as “the wettest desert on earth”...
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Black Coffee in East Fort Worth Rises After a Tough First Year

23 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
A red-winged mural cast on the wide side of Black Coffee in Fort Worth is reminiscent of a Phoenix floating above an outline of the city skyline. A directive, “Create Change,” is painted across the bottom. The striking colors and art on the exterior are carried throughout this standalone coffee...
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Will Texas Further Expand its Medical Weed Program?

1 day ago by Jacob Vaughn
The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws doesn’t even recognize Texas as a medical marijuana state because there are so many limitations.
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State House Passes Bill Aiming to Keep Texans from Returning to Jail

1 day ago by Simone Carter
On Friday, state House lawmakers passed a bill that would create a board to produce a biennial recidivism report.
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Catch Covert Concerts Outside: A Traveling, Free, Live Music Series

1 day ago by Raven Jordan
Think you’ve seen all the outdoor concerts that you need and if you’ve heard one you’ve heard them all? Well, you’re wrong if you haven’t witnessed Covert Concerts in Mineral Wells. To be fair, with a name like "Covert," it's no wonder it seems like a secret. Venture outside Dallas,...

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