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A Ranking of the Best Movie Stoners Based on How Much We Want to Get High With Them

2 minutes ago by Liam Gaughan
Unlike last year's virtual celebrations, this year’s 420 festivities could allow a good smoke circle among vaccinated friends. We’d also guess that setting up a Zoom meeting might be a challenge depending on how high you are. Disappointed stoners may have flocked to weed-centric movies last year when they couldn’t...
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10 Fun Dallas Coffee Shops to Socialize, Caffeinate or Chill In

7 hours ago by Kristina Rowe
As life begins to return to some semblance of normal, we can’t wait for coffee shops to be more than quick stops for morning fuel. The coffee shop as a gathering place is one of the things we missed most in the past year. Cafes all around Dallas are welcoming...
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Dallas Police Relaxes Weed Policy Just in Time For 4/20

7 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
Most drug-related arrests, 85%, are for possession of less than 2 ounces of weed.
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U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert Joins Caucus Heralding 'Anglo Saxon Political Traditions'

7 hours ago by Simone Carter
East Texas U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert joined a congressional caucus that many have condemned as openly racist.
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Hip-Hop Artist La Bell Fights for Accountability With 'Floyd's Song'

7 hours ago by Raven Jordan
The trial of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has reopened some wounds for artists still trying to heal from the trauma stemming from the killing of George Floyd. La Bell, a Dallas rapper, singer and producer, processed her emotions over Floyd's death in a song and music video titled "Floyd's...
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Wulf Burger in Frisco Serves Eye-Catching Burgers, Including Vegan Options

7 hours ago by Jordan Williams
Previously only in Los Angeles and New York, Wulf Burger jumped into the North Texas burger scene with a location in Frisco in December. There are plenty of good burger restaurants in North Texas, but one thing that makes a Wulf burger distinct is its loud, red bun. The color,...
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Smokey John's Gets Remodel on New TV Show Restaurant Recovery

7 hours ago by Alex Gonzalez
Amid the pandemic, restaurants have seen devastating loss. While some have been able to stay afloat through curbside pickup and delivery, others have been forced to shut down. On a new show called Restaurant Recovery, streaming now on Discovery Plus, Raising Cane’s founder Todd Graves embarks on a cross-country mission...
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If You're Looking for a Disturbing Series to Watch, Try the Truly Sick Little House on the Prairie

7 hours ago by Eva Raggio
Thanks to the pandemic, some trends solidified into routine parts of our lives: Zoom meetings, outdoor concerts, online shopping and an insatiable thirst for bloody crime. As if the world wasn't scary enough, gorging ourselves on the goriest and most shocking crime stories became a common pandemic pastime. The genre's...
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Tyler Shields Discusses Dallas Silhouette Exhibition, Controversy and Cancel Culture

23 hours ago by Diamond Rodrigue
Photographer Tyler Shields is familiar with controversy and cancel culture; his widely controversial images included the “severed” Donald Trump mannequin head (famously held by Kathy Griffin) and a lynching of a KKK member by a Black man, earning him the nickname the Bad Boy of Photography. But his latest series,...
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Goodr Food Delivery Program Launches Pilot Program in South Dallas

1 day ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
The State Fair of Texas, United Way Dallas’ Southern Dallas Thrives, and Communities Foundation of Texas have collaborated with Atlanta-based Goodr to increase food access in South Dallas. The initiative launched this past Saturday with a pop-up grocery store at Fair Park. Now as part of a pilot program, for...

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