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North Texas Shaved Ice Stands to Visit This Summer

3 hours ago by Terrance Porter
With temperatures rising and COVID cases going down, more people will be outside this summer than last year. Unfortunately, East Dallas’s favorite, Ruby’s Sno-balls,
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It May Have Taken Weeks for a Dead Man to Be Found in a North Dallas Apartment

3 hours ago by Steven Monacelli
Tenants suspect that a dead body was left to rot in their Dallas apartment complex for weeks. Even after its removal, the smell lingers.
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Abbott Can Stand the Heat: Last Week's Energy Shortage Unlikely to Alter Governor Race

3 hours ago by Simone Carter
Despite ERCOT's recent notice to conserve power, Gov. Greg Abbott is unlikely to feel the heat.
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10 Best Concerts of the Week: Speedealer, Robert Earl Keen, Cure for Paranoia and More

3 hours ago by David Fletcher
Every week we do our best to spread or best concert roundup across the week a bit, but this week has an absolutely loaded Saturday night.
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Musician Andrew Holmes Wants to Heal Just One More Person

3 hours ago by Tyler Hicks
For the last year or so, Andrew Holmes has been working on a van. So far, the singer-songwriter has added an AC unit, some nice shelving, a bed and a kitchenette, among many other things that make his soon-to-be home quite homey.
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A Round-Up of Recent & Upcoming Restaurant Openings Around Dallas

3 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
What a fantastic time to be an onion farmer. Restaurants are opening at an auctioneer-calling pace. We'll gladly take this blustering pace to what we were writing about a year ago at this time. We've compiled a list of recent openings, with links to any first looks we
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Bottoms Up to the Top 100 Bars in DFW

3 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
The long social nap of 2020 inspired a collective, almost bursting, need to find a barstool in a space that’s familiar, well-stocked and has a great soundtrack.
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Uh, Why Is the World’s Largest Rubber Duck Coming to Fort Worth?

3 hours ago by Cecilia Lenzen
This week, one thing is bigger in Texas, with one enigmatic visitor: a giant, yellow rubber duck.
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Belo Garden Will Be Renamed, but Dallas Is Still Full of Confederate Iconography

1 day ago by Jacob Vaughn
Belo Garden will now be Civic Garden. But, there are still marks of the Confederacy and racist figures all over the city.
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U.S. Sen. John Cornyn Calls Democratic Push to Expand Voting Rights a 'Coup d'Etat'

1 day ago by Simone Carter
On Monday, U.S. Sen. John Cornyn argued against the For the People Act.

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