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Artists Vs. Grammys: A Brief History of Boycotts and Beef

13 hours ago by Raven Jordan
The Weeknd isn't the only one who's been blinded by the lights of the Grammy nomination process. After he was snubbed by the Grammys for the 2021 season, the singer spoke out about how unfair the secret nomination process can be to top-performing artists. After dropping a chart-topping album with...

Neco Bonham Is Suing Richardson and the Cops Who Arrested Him

23 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
In a federal lawsuit against the city of Richardson and the arresting officers, Bonham and his attorney say the two cops pulled him over for a bogus reason and then used excessive force.

In Dallas, Gilley's Says It's Dropped Controversial QAnon Convention

23 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
It’s unclear when the decision was made, who made it and what the future holds for the three-day QAnon Convention.

In Texas, More Companies Speak Out Against Proposed Voting Restrictions

23 hours ago by Patrick Strickland
Hewlett Packard and other companies have condemned Texas legislators' attempts to restrict voting in a state that's already one of the hardest to vote in.

Cheers, Mom! A Complete Guide to Mother's Day Brunch in Dallas

23 hours ago by Kristina Rowe
The past year has been quite a challenge for all of us, and as always, our moms were there to keep the family safe and functioning. At the very least, we should take her out to brunch for Mother’s Day, like we would any other year.

The Best Things To Do in Dallas May 5 – May 13

23 hours ago by Raven Jordan
Wednesday, May 5 Cinco de Mayo on East Oak St. Still stumped for Cinco de Mayo plans? Head over to East Oak St. businesses East Side, Miss Angeline’s and Oak St. Drafthouse. East Side will have food trucks and drinks to make sure the celebration is done right. Also, 5%...

From Chaos to Car Wash: A Day Around Denton With The Wee-Beasties

23 hours ago by David Fletcher
It was right after churches let out Sunday afternoon. An older couple was driving down Hickory Street toward the Denton Square, possibly discussing their lunch options. The woman turns her head away from her husband as they approach Fry Street, looks to her right and sees Richard Haskins, the big-boned...

Elizabeth Olsen To Play Wylie Axe-Killer Candy Montgomery in HBO Series

23 hours ago by Paige Skinner
HBO announced Monday that Elizabeth Olsen will play Candy Montgomery, the Wylie woman who killed her best friend with an axe, in a new limited series called Love and Death. The series is based on Evidence of Love: A True Story of Passion and Death in the Suburbs, as well as...

Yo Lobster's Namesake Roll and Brunch Has Big Boss Vibes

1 day ago by E.Mayne
Brunch is big business in the Lone Star State. This couldn’t be truer than in the swanky metropolis of Dallas. The options can be overwhelming, of course, because there's everything from home-cooked Southern fare to savory Tex-Mex and also heavenly Asian cuisine.

The Best Star Wars Events to Celebrate May the Fourth

2 days ago by Liam Gaughan
The “May the Fourth” holiday may have started as a running internet gag for Star Wars fans, but in recent years the festivities have gone from niche to mainstream. Disney’s purchase of the franchise from Lucasfilm in 2012 and the subsequent release of five new Star Wars movies — along...

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