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DEET Yourself: 2020 West Nile Virus Season Means Business

1 day ago by Simone Carter
Last week, Dallas County Health and Human Services reported its fourth West Nile-related death of the 2020 season and its tenth human case.

Music News: The Kessler's New Concert Series; Chilldren of Indigo Premiere New Music Video

1 day ago by Diamond Rodrigue
The Kessler announced a new music series that will take place on the lawn behind the theater. The Kessler Green will offer live music, drinks, food trucks and pop-up favorites. Catch Thomas Csorba and Jacob Metcalf later next week. Chilldren of Indigo premiered a new music video this week directed...

Nonprofit Nexus Recovery Center Stayed COVID-Free While Helping Women in Recovery

1 day ago by Karen Gavis
Tough times, like during a pandemic, may mean a rise in addiction and relapses, but a Dallas treatment center is making it easier for women to recover. September is celebrated as National Recovery Month and each week there’ll be a flurry of pep rallies and activities at Nexus Recovery Center...

Upcoming Food Events to Add to Your Calendar

1 day ago by Taylor Adams
Revolver Brewing releases its corn dog ale Friday, and they’re partnering with Fletcher’s Original Corny Dogs to do it. Tickets include one ale, a souvenir glass and a coupon for one corn dog at the Fletcher truck, which will be parked outside on the Paseo (the area between Texas Live!...

Donny Sirisavath Pops Up Beyond Khao Noodle Shop with Khao Len

1 day ago by Daniel Rockey
The pandemic has taken some of the pop out of pop-up dining in Dallas, but that doesn’t mean it's gone extinct. Donny Sirisavath of Khao Noodle Shop is just one of many chefs who is using this time as an opportunity to let loose and focus the creative culinary lens...

Abbott Announces Expanded Openings, Excludes Bars

2 days ago by Jacob Vaughn
Texans have been good, so it's time for more openings, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Thursday, but don't count on raising a glass with friends to celebrate. The governor said businesses in the state's 19 hospital regions where COVID-19 cases compose less than 15% of hospital admissions will be allowed to...

Jerry Harris From Netflix's Cheer Arrested on Child Pornography Charges

2 days ago by Paige Skinner
Jerry Harris, a cheerleader featured on Netflix's Cheer, a docu-series that followed Corsicana's Navarro College's cheer team, was arrested on child pornography charges, according to BuzzFeed News. On Monday, FBI agents searched his home in Naperville, Illinois. Harris was known for his "mat talk," where he would regularly cheer on...

El Come Tacos and La Viuda Mezcal Bar Weather the Pandemic by Investing

2 days ago by Anthony Macias
El Come Taco and La Viuda Negra are working to hang on through the COVID-19 pandemic. Brothers Luis and Javier Villalva opened El Come Taco in 2013 followed by the adjacent bar La Viuda Negra in 2019. When COVID-19 hit, it forced both of the businesses to close and for the...

Cultural Events Are Happening Once Again in North Texas

2 days ago by Karen Gavis
While the coronavirus has left a trail of cancellations, many events have changed their format by either going outdoors or online. Things are changing daily, but Dallas culture is still thriving. We’ve put together a list of upcoming events that, so far, have survived a pandemic. Sept. 17-20 Book Sale...

Kenosha Gunman Kyle Rittenhouse Listed as 'Hero' on W.T. White High School Essay Prompt

2 days ago by Simone Carter
Public outcry is mounting after a Dallas ISD high school English teacher assigned an essay wherein students could explain why Kyle Rittenhouse is a hero.

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