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Robyn's First North Texas Show in Eight Years Was a Glittering Pop Party

26 minutes ago by Preston Jones
Suddenly, it was silent. The thrumming bass, swirling synths, ticking drums and Robyn’s muscular soprano were stilled. In the harsh half-light of Irving’s Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory, its cavernous interior reconfigured into an intimate theater, a couple thousand voices rose up as one: “I’m in the corner/Watching you kiss...
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Fort Worth Artist Wesley Kirk Overcame Heartbreak by Wearing a Spacesuit in the Desert

3 hours ago by Meredith Lawrence
A man in an olive green space suit pauses mid-stride half way down a red sand dune. Leg cocked to the side, he looks off into the distance. Bright pinpricks of stars dot the sky above him and a smudge of orange-tinged cloud rises up from the horizon. It could...
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Answers to Questions About Atatiana Jefferson’s Death May Lie in Ex-Chief’s Lawsuit

12 hours ago by Jim Schutze
The same questions being asked now of the Fort Worth Police Department, mayor and city manager in the shooting death of 28-year-old Atatiana Jefferson were asked last June in a lawsuit against the city filed by former Fort Worth Chief Joel Fitzgerald, who is demanding reinstatement after being fired last...
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Facebook Takes Down Local Community Page, Won’t Say Why

12 hours ago by Meredith Lawrence
A local movie fan Facebook page was taken down. The owner wants to know why.
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What to Expect of 12 Cuts, From the Founders of Fogo de Chão

12 hours ago by Alex Gonzalez
From two of the founders of Fogo de Chão comes what they hope will be a new kind of steakhouse. Owned by husband-and-wife duo Juarez DeConto and Alda Boiani, 12 Cuts offers guests prime selections of Brazilian and Argentinian meats. At 12 Cuts, guests can experience meat in churrascaria fashion,...
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The Sandwich Stand in Main Street Garden Park That’s Providing Lunch and Community

12 hours ago by Taylor Adams
When I moved downtown, there was a new little place serving breakfast tacos and pressed wraps in Main Street Garden Park, but the Lily Pad wouldn't make it. Neither would Rusty Taco, which came in later. Today, there's a little more hope for what's there now: Hot Off the Press,...
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Esports May Be Coming to Dallas Schools

12 hours ago by Lucas Manfield
Teams from schools across Collin and Dallas counties met up last weekend to play in front of a screaming crowd at a stadium in the shadow of Globe Life Park in Arlington. They were playing Nintendo. Mixed into the crowd were parents, classmates, coaches and district administrators. This tournament, they...
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Does Tuesday’s Tape Doom Dennis Bonnen as Texas House Speaker?

12 hours ago by Stephen Young
The bomb, such as it was, has been detonated. Now comes the time to figure out the size of the fallout and, more important, its half-life. Tuesday, everyone who'd been waiting for months to hear Chekov's smartphone recording — otherwise known as Texas conservative gadfly Michael Quinn Sullivan's record of...
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From Local Soccer to the Olympics and Football in Iowa, Mark Followill Still Chases the Thrill of Sports Play-by-Play

12 hours ago by Kelly Dearmore
Between a new school year starting for the kiddos and the addition of pumpkin spice into everything, autumn is an active, bustling season. And for each of the past several years, few — if any— sports broadcasters anywhere have been as busy as Dallas’ Mark Followill. Best known as the...
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Hip-Hop Wars: A Fort Worth Rapper and a Producer Fight over Album Rights

12 hours ago by Christian McPhate
Clay Perry had never heard of Oscar Wilde’s comment, “Life imitates art far more than art imitates life.” An aspiring hip-hop artist from Fort Worth, Perry found his poetry in the words and rhythms of street poets like Dr. Dre from N.W.A., Snoop Dog and local street legends D.O.C. and...

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