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Protesters Clash With Police During Dallas George Floyd March

1 day ago by Garrett Gravley
Protesters gathered in front of the Dallas Police Department headquarters on the 1400 block of Lamar St. Friday afternoon for what was initially a peaceful demonstration, but the subsequent march became tumultuous as participants clashed with police officers in riot gear all throughout downtown Dallas. The protest, organized and advertised...
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Wedding Video Company Allegedly Refused Refund and Mocked Man Whose Fiancée Died

2 days ago by Paige Skinner
Things keep getting stranger, and uglier, in the story of a man denied a refund after his fiancee died. Justin Montney and Alexis-Athena Wyatt planned to wed in Colorado Springs this month, according to BuzzFeed News, but Wyatt died in a car crash in February. Montney reached out to Copper Stallion...
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Apparently, Two New Housewives Are Coming to Dallas. Isn't That Neat?

2 days ago by Paige Skinner
Wednesday night, this writer got a pitch from a publicist representing a current cast member from The Real Housewives of Dallas. The pitch mentioned that two new housewives, Tiffany Moon and Jennifer Davis Long, have joined the cast. Bravo did not respond to a request for confirmation, but rumor sites...
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Dallas Band Big Story Had a Cinderella Story, but COVID Was a Wicked Stepmother

2 days ago by Scott Tucker
While most bands are struggling to stay afloat amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Dallas’ Big Story is finding success at SiriusXM satellite radio. The band’s new single, “Rabbit,” released in March, has been receiving regular airplay on Octane SiriusXM radio, boosting the four-piece project into the national air waves. Singer Randall...
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Fine Dining in a Pandemic: Having Dinner Inside

2 days ago by Taylor Adams
It was six minutes until the reservation time. I was exiting North Pearl Street from Woodall Rodgers Expressway, and I was thinking I should change the plans to simply grabbing sushi to go and sit at a park or something. But sushi to go is never as good as in...
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Restaurants Opening and Closing Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

2 days ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Since our last update, several iconic Dallas restaurants have permanently closed. May has been a rough month, needless to say. Dakota’s Steakhouse has shuttered for good. Built underground to skirt a clause in the original deed that restricted the sale of alcohol on former church "grounds," the steakhouse, which opened...
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Good to Go: The Chicken-Fried Steak Sandwich at Porky's Is a Hidden Gem

2 days ago by Nick Rallo
Good to Go is a column where our food writers explore Dallas' restaurant scene through takeout orders, delivery boxes and reheated leftovers. They celebrated their first anniversary in April, and right as high noon hits, the dining room is empty. It’s literally empty — the chairs and tables have vanished,...
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How Much Would Changing Mail-In Voting Rules Really Matter?

2 days ago by Stephen Young
To hear Republicans tell it, allowing a temporary expansion of mail-in voting in Texas would doom their party to a fate much like the one suffered by Texas Democrats over the last two decades. Let people stay home and vote with a pen and a stamp, rather than heading to...
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Abbott Opens Texas Sporting Events to Spectators

2 days ago by Stephen Young
Beginning Sunday, Texas pro sports teams and facilities can allow fans to attend their outdoor events at up to 25% capacity, according to a proclamation from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott. Motor sports events can open at 25% capacity beginning Friday. The governor published his amended rules on May 22 without...
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Dallas' Music Scene Responds to Racism, and a 9-Year-Old Explains it Best

3 days ago by Eva Raggio
The history of racism in America may be vastly complex, but the crux of it is so simple that it evades a lot of adults. Kids, however, always know how to simplify the straightforward truths lying at the bottom of prejudice. “Please respect all races because this racism is not...

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