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Dallas Surveys Damage After Sunday Night Tornado

2 hours ago by Silas Allen
North Texas residents and officials are assessing damage Monday morning from a tornado that ripped through Dallas late Sunday evening. The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down in Dallas around 9:30 p.m. Sunday. Tornadoes were also reported elsewhere in Dallas County, as well as Rockwall County. The tornado...
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Cooper’s Meat Market Serves Great Steaks in a Casual Setting. It’s Everything Else That Needs Work.

8 hours ago by Brian Reinhart
Cooper’s Meat Market, the tiny butcher shop in Sylvan Thirty, wants to redefine the steakhouse experience. Here, a cut of prime meat and a glass of wine don’t come with pretentious trimmings or high-class condescension. From the design of the space, it’s clear that Cooper’s would like anyone to walk...
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Morning News’ Flip-Flop on Cop Murder Charges Is Strictly Partisan Politics

8 hours ago by Jim Schutze
Help me keep track of The Dallas Morning News editorial page here. I guess I’m just confused. First, let’s look at murders. The paper’s editorial page last week said the killing of 28-year-old Atatiana Jefferson in her own home by a Fort Worth police officer was one of those important...
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The 10 Best Concerts of the Week: Tyler, the Creator, Sum 41, Rosegarden Funeral Party and More

8 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
If you're looking to get jazzed, this is the week for you. The fusion jazz band The Funky Knuckles will kick off the week at Three Links in Dallas. Then, you'll have to hop over to Commerce Street on Tuesday for The Free Loaders if you want that swing to...
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This New Dish at Mot Hai Ba Will Make You Love Vegetables Again

8 hours ago by Taylor Adams
A lot of people love Mot Hai Ba, and that’s a good decision. Where we need to evolve though, is beyond calling it a Vietnamese restaurant. Chef Peja Krstic produces dishes far beyond that, and a plate showing that is one of the new items on his menu as of...
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Unused Fair Food Gets a New Purpose with Local Food Pantries

8 hours ago by Taylor Adams
The State Fair of Texas is showing some appreciation for the waste not/sustainability/be a good human movement in food. As part of the State Fair Cares initiative, the fair has asked its food and beverage vendors to donate leftover food items to local food pantries and shelters in the South...
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Tenacious D Joined a Tenacious D Cover Band Onstage at Three Links in Deep Ellum

8 hours ago by Eva Raggio
If Tenacious D is the “greatest band on Earth,” as they proclaim, then — naturally —Tenacious NR/CD is Earth's greatest cover band. One could say, then, that this past weekend, the two greatest bands in the world came together for one song in a Deep Ellum bar. Tenacious D, the comedy rock...
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El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Is Baller, But Did Jesse Pinkman Need a Definitive Ending?

8 hours ago by Danny Gallagher
Every good show on TV should do what Breaking Bad has done. For starters, every show should strive to be as awesome as Breaking Bad. Someone should tell the makers of CBS' Fam. Breaking Bad is as close to perfect in achieving what humanity hopes for from any TV show...
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Problems Plague Rollout of Police Oversight Office

8 hours ago by Lucas Manfield
Until Friday morning, anyone looking to report police misconduct to Dallas' new Office of Community Police Oversight would have had a hard time figuring out how. Instructions on a Dallas police website for submitting complaints led callers to a disconnected number. A link to the office responsible for collecting complaints...
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Deep Ellum’s Ride-Share Drop-Off and Pickup Zone Trial Is Extended Through 2020

8 hours ago by Eva Raggio
On April 18, the Deep Ellum neighborhood became a no-go zone for companies like Uber and Lyft. The pilot program, coordinated by the City of Dallas and Deep Ellum Foundation, dictated that ride-sharing company drivers would only be permitted to pick up and drop off passengers at designated areas. The...

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