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The Used Are on Their A-Game and Ready to Prove It at Rockstar Disrupt Festival

9 hours ago by Garrett Gravley
When emo was propelled to mainstream success in the early ‘00s, it consisted of two camps: one that was saccharine and congruent with upbeat, and one that was darker and more abrasive. The Used became one of the most commercially successful and culturally significant acts to sprout from the latter,...
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Texas-Based Ballad Hunter TV Series Documents Cowboy Ballads Across the Country

9 hours ago by Karen Gavis
Whether it’s hosting a songwriter showcase in Fort Worth or trailing across the country collecting cowboy songs, it’s all just part of the job for a ballad hunter. After narrowing the focus of his weekly songwriter’s showcase specifically to cowboy ballads, Jeff Posey’s search for authentic cowboy music has led...
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Ghoultown’s ‘Count’ Lyle Blackburn Is a Monster-Chasing Author Looking for Bigfoot

9 hours ago by Karen Gavis
When he's not cranking out Texas gothabilly music with Ghoultown, “Count” Lyle Blackburn can usually be found writing about monsters, or chasing them. Fans can catch up with Ghoultown and the band's founder, Blackburn, at their live performance Friday at the Curtain Club in Dallas, but this past weekend, the...
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The Tepache Cocktail at Las Palmas Takes a Week to Make, a Moment to Drink

9 hours ago by Susie Oszustowicz
The Tepache Cocktail at Las Palmas uses tepache, a fermented pineapple beverage that takes a week to make, as its base.
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Decent Fried Chicken Can’t Save the Brunch at Elm Street Cask and Kitchen

9 hours ago by Taylor Adams
If you have a mediocre meal with fantastic service, there’s a good chance you’ll walk away feeling generally well about the experience. But when you have a subpar meal with service that seemed to have a goal of making you wait, and you'll walk out wanting your money back. At...
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Jeff Dunham Says He Might Get ‘Misty-Eyed’ Recording His Comedy Special Back Home

9 hours ago by Danny Gallagher
Every summer, ventriloquist, comedian and Richardson product Jeff Dunham would work at a summer camp in Van. In the spring of 1980, after he auditioned in an open call for performers at Six Flags Over Texas, he put in his notice. He had just turned 18, and was doing shows...
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Arlington World of Art Festival Wants to Take You Around the World in One Day

9 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
North Texans don't have to buy airline tickets to travel the world, because the world is coming to them. Over 100 artists representing different mediums and different regions around the planet will be featured in a festival celebrating international cultures. World of Art, which will take place at Texas Live’s outdoor...
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Louie Gohmert Goes Full Gohmert at House Reparations Hearing

9 hours ago by Stephen Young
Sometimes it's helpful to remember that East Texas U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert is just one of 435 members of the U.S. House. If he had more power, his ascientific, ahistoric and afactual view of the world would be menacing. As a back-bencher, Gohmert remains an object of curiosity and a...
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New Mayor with Very Thin Skin May Have Trouble As the City’s Civility Czar

9 hours ago by Jim Schutze
Civility is big this year. A new Pew poll shows a majority of Americans, including a majority of Republicans, think the way President Donald Trump talks is “concerning” and “embarrassing” — not the notes you want jotted at the bottom of your annual review. And then here in Dallas we...
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Case Against Texas AG Ken Paxton in Deep Water After Prosecutor Pay Decision

9 hours ago by Stephen Young
It's starting to look more and more like Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is never going to go on trial despite being indicted on felony charges nearly four years ago. Wednesday, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals refused to reconsider a decision that resulted in the lawyers prosecuting Paxton's alleged...

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