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Dallas Tries To Tap The Breaks On Street Racing

8 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
The Dallas Police Department says that there are as many as 2000 street racers in the city on any given weekend. The department has stepped up enforcement, but the city wants to do more.

Shelley Luther on the Offensive after Abbott Endorses her Texas Senate Opponent

8 hours ago by Simone Carter
Gov. Greg Abbott may have endorsed her opponent, but state Senate hopeful Shelley Luther is still confident she'll win.

DFW's Best New Music Releases in November

8 hours ago by Malen Blackmon
November was a quiet month for new music releases, but we did get a few surprise singles and albums from some of our favorite local acts. Country singer Bill Brimer’s debut album and Bobby Sessions popping up on Statik Selektah’s new album were just a couple of highlights during the...

Chimichurri Bishop Arts Is Open for Welcomed Argentinian Cuisine

8 hours ago by Kian Hervey
Don’t let the name confuse you. Chimichurri in Bishop Arts is more than a spot for the Argentinean sauce complementary to seemingly any Latin dish. The much-anticipated restaurant delayed its early fall opening because of COVID-19 restrictions and customs delays that caused the late arrival of décor and kitchen items...

Heritage Table Restaurant Pivots to a Sandwich Pop-Up

8 hours ago by Taylor Adams
As of today, there’s a new sandwich pop-up in Frisco. The Heritage Table, one of the Observer’s Top 100 Restaurants, is closed — “until the pandemic has resolved whether via vaccine, herd immunity or another conclusion,” according to a news release this week. In the meantime, we have another reason...

Holiday Local Craft Beer Round-Up

8 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
As the air gets a chill and trees are bedazzled with festive lights, we should all celebrate not only the fact that we made it to the holiday season of 2020, but also the local craft breweries that have traversed this path with us. And because every day should be a...

How Dallas’ Car Culture Copes With a Pandemic

8 hours ago by Sam Bonacci
On any given weekend during nice weather, car enthusiasts gather throughout the Dallas area. Shows of all kinds from lifted trucks to old-school lowriders happen in parking lots while amateur and professional racing take to the numerous tracks nearby. The coronavirus pandemic, however, has shut down events, increased charity drives...

The Final Lineup for Tuesday's Tacolandia Is Here

1 day ago by Taylor Adams
Big news: Another annual event is going to look different this year thanks to the pandemic. But, we’re pretty happy about the route Tacolandia is taking. It’s definitely not safe to gather the large crowd that normally shows up for the annual event, but we’re still going to get plenty...

Local Attorney Mark Melton Helps Stop Evictions

1 day ago by Jacob Vaughn
Fighting for North Texas tenants has taken an emotional toll on Mark Melton, a local attorney. Though he carries on, he says local and federal eviction protections will not. So, he's preparing for the worst.

Trump Administration Calls on Texas to 'Intensify' COVID-19 Response

1 day ago by Simone Carter
The Trump administration thinks Texas should do more to curb COVID-19 spread.

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