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Dylan Released a Song About the JFK Assassination, and We Have Deep Questions

17 hours ago by Eva Raggio
Bob Dylan is a music superstar and pop culture icon, a symbol of intellectual progress and a counterculture hero. But, above all, he's a Nobel Prize-winning wordsmith. His message of civil rights activism and philosophical poetry have been essential to American culture since he first emerged as a Woody Guthrie-...
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‘Our Situation Is Incredibly Dire’: 2 Denton Nonprofits Need Help

1 day ago by Simone Carter
Nobody expected that three months into 2020 we’d be locked in our homes thanks to an insidious global pandemic. Not me, not you and definitely not community-supported nonprofit organizations. Like us, nonprofits everywhere are having to come to grips with this new dystopian reality. Many are reevaluating their game plans...
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Music News: More Livestreams Take Over the Internet

1 day ago by Jeff Strowe
More and more artists are turning to the internet for streaming concerts as the orders to stay in continue. Browse through some of the names on this list and settle in from your couch for live music. Remember that this list is fluid, so keep an ear to artists' social...
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The Best Coronavirus Social Media Posts From North Texans This Week

1 day ago by Eva Raggio
Even though we desperately want to stay away from bad news, we also need the internet more than ever. Luckily, there is more to social media than "we're all gonna die" or "this is all a hoax" posts, and North Texans had some particularly uplifting, funny and clever things to...
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Global-Mindedness Is the Key to Everything for Kristin Colaneri

1 day ago by Anna Lowery
Kristin Colaneri is a self-described renaissance woman. An Italian American visual artist with degrees in film and theater, she has spent time in both Dallas and New York and logged countless hours in the worlds of fashion, makeup and theater. Since 2015, she’s taught fine arts at Brighter Horizons Academy,...
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Good to Go: Jonathon’s Club Sandwich May Be Better in the Privacy of Your Own Home Anyway

1 day ago by Taylor Adams
Good to Go is a column where our food writers explore Dallas’ restaurant scene through takeout orders, delivery boxes and reheated leftovers. It feels like an eternity since Jonathon's Oak Cliff wasn't mentioned as the place to go for chicken and waffles in Dallas. Their perfectly seasoned fried chicken that...
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Dallas Chefs Supply Hundreds of Meals to the Industry Amid COVID Impact

1 day ago by Taylor Adams
On Lowest Greenville, just like the rest of the country, restaurants face empty dining rooms. Turned-over chairs sit atop tables, rooms are dark and signs reading “To-go only” are taped to exterior windows. But behind one of these quiet establishments, for three hours Monday through Friday, about 300 meals are...
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Volunteers Sew Hospital Masks to Help Combat Shortage

1 day ago by Silas Allen
Like many people, Rachael Wilkins has spent a lot of time lately reading the news and feeling like things are spinning out of control. The number of reported cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, ticks up each day, both nationwide and in North Texas. Schools are...
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Some Dallas Leaders Are Stepping Up to Fight the Coronavirus. Then There’s David Blewett.

1 day ago by Stephen Young
Let's begin with a stipulation: Everyone wants the coronavirus pandemic to end, as early and as benignly as possible. There is nothing to be gained from the kind of physical and economic suffering COVID-19 is inflicting on the planet. That desire leads us to seek out information that confirms our...
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Tippy Balady Keeps It PG-13 With New Pop Anthem

2 days ago by Tyler Hicks
Tippy Balady doesn’t cuss. “I’ve never had a place for it in my vocabulary,” she says, the “it” referring to the four-letter words others might employ with ease. “Even in high school, when your parents expect you to start cussing, I didn’t see a need for it.” Yet sometimes people...

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