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'F*** Off You Fascist:' Actors, Lawyers, Politicians Pressure U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz To Resign

23 hours ago by Simone Carter
Calls continue to mount for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz to resign.
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Dallas Music News: Club Dada Co-Owner Tim Daniels Dies, Fortress Festival Canceled Again

23 hours ago by David Fletcher
Dallas lost a pillar in its music community when Tim Daniels, co-owner of Club Dada, Off the Record, and other venues, passed away from COVID-19 complications on Saturday, Jan. 15. Daniels is remembered in the community as someone who was always there to support musicians and even patrons who needed...
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Dallas to Consider Expanding Food Truck Ordinance

23 hours ago by Taylor Adams
Dallas’ food truck ordinance is getting another look by the city. It’s a long time coming, as many know that while food trucks can be great, the city hasn’t always made it easy to have them. And if you’re a restaurant owner who wants a food trailer, you might have...
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This Woman Does Not Want To Date You

23 hours ago by Paige Skinner
If you come across a beautiful college-aged brunette on a dating app who seems too good to be true, it’s because it is. And she is. Even though Isabela Becker, a Dallas native and Texas Tech student, appears to be on dating apps, she actually has a boyfriend and has...
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LADA's Michael Ehlert Discusses 'Fine-Casual' Dining

23 hours ago by Kristina Rowe
Hillcrest Village, a long-neglected shopping center on the edge of Richardson, has been in the news lately as the site of a new community park billed by some as a “mini Klyde Warren park.” But the revitalization of the center was already off to a good start when LADA opened...
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Infighting at City Hall Adds to Confusion Over Vaccine Distribution

23 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
In a statement sent to the Observer, Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson said there needs to be an end to the political games surrounding the roll-out of the vaccine. How and when eligible residents get the COVID-19 vaccine shouldn’t be determined by their party affiliation or their ties to elected politicians, he said.
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The Best Beatles Films and Some That Never Happened

2 days ago by Liam Gaughan
If 2021 wasn’t looking brighter already, the news that previously unseen Beatles content is coming soon is certainly a welcome sign that there are better days ahead. Lord of the Rings filmmaker Peter Jackson has restored over 55 hours of previously unrestored footage of the Fab Four during the recording...
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Dallas Screams 'Black Lives Matter' With a String of Projects

2 days ago by Alex Gonzalez
Processing the collective trauma we've endured in the last year may be a difficult task, and local artist Yesi Fortuna wants to shine a light on the Black community by showing solidarity in the form of art. As a self-proclaimed ally, Fortuna knew she had to reach out to those...
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Dallas Leadership Homing in on Short-Term Rental Regulations

2 days ago by Simone Carter
Dallas City Council hopes to crack down on party houses at short-term rentals such as Airbnb and Vrbo.
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The Best Winter Menus in Dallas Right Now

2 days ago by Kristina Rowe
Sandwiched between Christmas and Valentine's Day, January tends to get short-changed when it comes to special dining menus. And it’s not like we always need cozy, stick-to-your-ribs food to protect us from the cold on the few days where the temperature dips below 60 degrees. Still, Dallas restaurants have food...

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