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La Reunion Isn’t a Coffee Shop, Restaurant or Bar, Yet It’s All of Those Things

1 hour ago by Taylor Adams
In a traditional kitchen, it’s not uncommon to see an executive chef and pastry chef working together. At the very least, the kitchen lead is usually the one making ingredient orders, so they have to discuss that. But there’s another kind of collaboration going on in Bishop Arts, one among...
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Six Words, Two Commas: LGBTQ Activists Bring the Fight to a Suburban School Board

1 hour ago by Lucas Manfield
In 2017, art teacher Stacy Bailey spent the first day of class introducing herself to her students at Charlotte Anderson Elementary School in Arlington. She flipped through a slideshow of pictures of her family, which included a photo of Bailey and her fiancée making fish faces while dressed as Finding...
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Antwaun Woods Is Latest Cowboy to Have Stupid Run-In with Frisco Police

1 hour ago by Stephen Young
Nineteen months after former Cowboy Terrance Williams' head-over-handlebars performance, another of Jerry Jones' finest has taken a star turn in a Frisco Police Department video. This time around, it's injured defensive tackle Antwaun Woods, busted by FPD for pot possession, tampering with evidence and possession of drug paraphernalia. The story,...
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Anthony Bombaci Is Now Officially the Executive Chef of Both CBD Provisions and Americano

1 hour ago by Taylor Adams
A new chef is at the head of CBD Provisions and Americano in The Joule hotel in downtown Dallas. Anthony Bombaci, who you may know as having led the kitchen at Nana, where he earned a James Beard Award nomination for best chef in the Southwest, is now the executive...
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What in the World Is a Bubble Lounge?

1 hour ago by Taylor Adams
Oh, Adolphus, you can’t let the holidays slip by without decorating your historic hotel to the max and hosting something called a “bubble lounge,” can you? Perrier-Jouet is taking over the French Room Bar there throughout the month, giving us so much festive decoration and a special Champagne and cocktail...
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Stephan Courseau Responds to ‘Servant Restaurants’ Article

1 hour ago by Stephan Courseau
Editor's note: On Tuesday, restaurant critic Brian Reinhart wrote an essay about the rise in the number of what he called “servant restaurants,” those high-price places that primarily cater to extremely rich customers, and what that rise means for the city's restaurant industry. (It's not good, he contends.) Not everyone shared...
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Carolyn Davis Outlines How Alleged Bribery Sausage Gets Made in New Court Filing

1 hour ago by Stephen Young
New words from Carolyn Davis — killed five months ago by an alleged drunk driver as she awaited sentencing on federal corruption charges — explain just how she believed things worked at Dallas City Hall. Davis' statements, contained in a fresh court filing in the federal government's bribery case against...
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Music News: Jill Scott, Brittany Howard and Alanis Morissette Highlight This Week’s Concert Announcements

1 hour ago by Jeff Strowe
Year-end lists are all the rage this time of the year. It's always fun to delve into and sample critics' tastes as various publications churn out the content of best songs, best albums, best videos and best concerts. Get a jump-start on some 2020 memories as artists continue to announce...
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Jack Barksdale Is Back with His Single ‘Man in the Shadows’

1 hour ago by Jacob Vaughn
Jack Barksdale, the 12-year-old powerhouse blues-Americana singer-songwriter, is back with his new single “Man in the Shadows” and a music video to boot. The song, Barksdale says, is about the internal conflicts people have within themselves. “Some of these are more serious than others,” Barksdale says. “I wanted to record...
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The 10 Best Free and Cheap Events Happening in Dallas This Weekend, Dec. 6 – 8

1 hour ago by Alex Gonzalez
Friday, December 6 Deck the Plaza 5:30 p.m., Friday, December 6 Dallas City Hall Free Christmastime is here, and festivities are the size of Texas. Head to downtown Dallas for a special tree-lighting ceremony and holiday social gathering. All Aboard The Polar Express at Mockingbird Station 6 p.m., Friday, December...

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