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It's 'Voter Intimidation': Some Denton County Poll Workers Refusing to Wear Masks

8 hours ago by Simone Carter
In Denton County, some poll workers refuse to wear masks.
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DMN Employees' Unionization Vote Is Part of a Trend in a Struggling News Business

8 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
The Lone Star State hasn’t seen a union newspaper in three decades, but journalists at The Dallas Morning News and Al Día voted heavily in favor of union representation, the National Labor Relations Board said last week. The 84-28 vote for the union is the result of the newsrooms’ yearlong...
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The D.O.C. Discusses Ice Cube’s Collaboration With Trump on the Platinum Plan

8 hours ago by Garrett Gravley
People are rolling their eyes at Ice Cube, and The D.O.C. is rolling his eyes at people who are rolling their eyes at Ice Cube. Last week, news circulated that the legendary N.W.A. co-founder was working with President Donald Trump on what the president called the “Platinum Plan,” a campaign...
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The Story Behind Deep Ellum's Ichigoh Ramen

8 hours ago by Alex Gonzalez
Two years ago, Ichigoh Ramen Lounge quietly took over the Deep Ellum space previously occupied by Tanoshii. It's owned by George Itoh and Andy Tam, who came from New York City to Dallas after falling in love with the Deep Ellum neighborhood. Itoh has more than 26 non-consecutive years of...
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This Weekend, Art Walks and Bike Rides for Advocacy

8 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
If you’re looking for some socially-distanced and potentially thought-provoking pursuits this weekend, you actually have a few options. A couple of these events are outdoors and with the weather expected to be humming “Lovely Day” by Bill Withers all weekend, it’s a great time to do something besides Twitter doom-scrolling...
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As Deadline to Request Mail Ballots Nears, Frustrating Kinks in the System Continue

8 hours ago by Richie Whitt
Jody O’Callaghan lives in Dallas County, but these days her life — thanks, COVID — is in Salt Lake City. For finding a Plan B in the middle of a pandemic, it works. For attempting to vote in the 2020 elections, however, it merely magnifies a broken system. “The mechanism...
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Road Out of Addiction Leads to the Kitchen

8 hours ago by Taylor Adams
The upcoming cookbook by the Dallas 24 Hour Club is full of recipes from some of our favorite local chefs. On the cover, on the left bottom corner, you can see a slice of cheesecake, complementing a chicken pot pie. That cheesecake isn’t from one of the chefs in the...
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Announcing the 2020 Dallas Observer Music Awards Nominees

8 hours ago by Eva Raggio
2020 has challenged everything we knew to be good and constant about the world, so let us do our part in restoring a sense of comforting continuity: the Dallas Observer Music Awards will take place this year. Before your imagination runs wild, know we won’t try to Flaming Lips it...
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Where to Get Chocolate in Dallas This Halloween

8 hours ago by Kristina Rowe
With parties, haunted houses and trick-or-treating canceled or adapted for social distancing, Halloween is looking a little grim this year, but not all is lost. If you want to raise your spirits, so to speak, upgrading your candy game is a great option. Whether you’re looking for spooky-themed sweets or...
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Out of the Closet, in a Home: Dallas’ LGBTQ Seniors Get Help Finding a Friendly Place to Live

1 day ago by Tyler Hicks
Bill spends most of his days in front of the TV. He has few family members, fewer friends, and is content to watch sitcoms and eat meals alone. Bill (not his real name) is gay and is part of a rising number of elderly LGBTQ North Texans. As a man...

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