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The Dallas Actors Who Should Be Nominated for Emmys This Year

15 hours ago by Liam Gaughan
As a result of the pandemic, the entertainment world has been drastically changed, and it will be interesting to see how these changes will ripple into the award shows that generate so much attention. How will the Oscars, the Grammys and the Tonys celebrate a year in which so much...

Goth-Soul Singer Loners Club Finds Hope With Artists of Color

15 hours ago by Tyler Hicks
It's June 30, 4:12 p.m. CST. We call Loners Club via Zoom. “Can you hear me? Can you see me?” she says. "Perfect. So, what were you saying?” I answer. “Man, to be honest, I think I forgot," she says. "Oh wait, no I didn’t. We were talking about who...

8 Best Live or Livestreamed Concerts, July 6-11

15 hours ago by Diamond Rodrigue
This week, we’re back to livestreams and half-capacity live concerts (as long as the joints operate as a restaurant). Hey, at least we can justify more nights of living room dance parties with or without pants on. But don’t forget to support these talented folks. Most live streamed shows have...

Good to Go: The Simple Burger-and-Fry Combo We All Need in Our Neighborhoods

15 hours ago by Alex Gonzalez
Good to Go is a column in whicjhour food writers explore Dallas' restaurant scene through takeout orders, delivery boxes and reheated leftovers. At one cute little diner, guests can enjoy burgers, sandwiches, hot dogs and milkshakes, all at an affordable price. Granted, Hunky’s Old-Fashioned Hamburgers has closed much of the...

First Look: La Tarte Tropézienne Is Finally Downtown

15 hours ago by Taylor Adams
It’s nearly eight months later than planned, but La Tarte Tropézienne is fully open in downtown Dallas. Fully open in the time of the coronavirus pandemic, that is, offering curbside takeout. But considering they were waiting on permits in mid-January for a place they had wanted to open in November,...

Protests Against Police Brutality, Racial Injustice Mark July 4 in Dallas

15 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
On Saturday afternoon, as Independence Day celebrations were getting started in backyards across Dallas, about 40 people gathered in Klyde Warren Park. Protesters stood holding signs that read “Say Their Names” and “Black Lives Matter" as the afternoon sun beat down on them. “Many Black people are not connected to...

Called for Face-Masking: Texas’ Favorite Sport Must Tackle a Deadly Opponent

15 hours ago by Richie Whitt
No pass, no play. In 1984, that was the blunt nickname of sweeping educational reform led by Dallas businessman Ross Perot that mandated Texas high-school athletes make a grade of 70-plus in all classes or be sidelined in their sport. In 2020, it’s potentially life or death. Dictated by the...

North Texas Influencers Want To Make Reading Cool Again

15 hours ago by Isabel Arcellana
Is it just us, or has the content quality of Instagram significantly declined since the pandemic started? Let’s be honest, we know all our daily screen time reports are skyrocketing, but what are we even looking at on Instagram? It’s not like people are still posting many vacation photos or...

The Tribeca Film Festival Is Coming to Arlington's AT&T Stadium With a Drive-In Film Series

3 days ago by Eva Raggio
The movie theater business has had to overcome endless hurdles in a quest to stay relevant through the years as technology perpetuates human laziness, first with the invention of Cable TV; then VCR, DVD and Blu-Ray; and now with man's best friend, Netflix. Theaters, however, continued to attract film lovers...

Vanilla Ice Finally Learns About Coronavirus and Cancels His Fourth of July Austin Concert

4 days ago by Garrett Gravley
The world-renowned Austin City Limits Music Festival has been canceled for 2020 because of COVID-19, concert promoter C3 Presents confirmed in a press release Wednesday. This news, while unfortunate, is expected as the pandemic has decimated the concert industry and led to the cancellations of SXSW, Coachella, Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo...

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