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Volunteers: Migrant Teens Held in Dallas Convention Center Feel Imprisoned

8 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
The longer time goes on, the more the convention center feels like a jail to the boys.
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10 Best Concerts of the Week: Drowning Pool, Acid Carousel, The Meteors and More

8 hours ago by David Fletcher
This week we get to see a couple of bedroom projects come to life when Telephone House and Big Sug throw their EP release parties for projects started during the pandemic.
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Meet the Dallas Artists Who Create Local Craft Beer Can Designs

8 hours ago by Kristina Rowe
What do a mural artist, a graphic artist specializing in user experience and a brewery co-owner have in common? The simple answer is that they’re designing art for the beer can labels of Dallas-made beers.
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Restaurants Promising $20 an Hour to Lure Workers

8 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
The Standard Pour is a charming uptown staple known for tasty happy hour specials and good bites. Like many other restaurants and bars across the city, they sloughed through 2020, bruised but not beaten.
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Federal Judge Grants Government More Time in Case of Alleged Capitol Rioter Jenna Ryan

8 hours ago by Simone Carter
The government is building its case against Jenna Ryan, the Frisco Realtor accused of storming the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
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Austin Has a ‘Certified Racist’ Comedian With LA Transplant Tony Hinchcliffe

19 hours ago by Eva Raggio
When Joe Rogan made a much-publicized move to Austin during the pandemic, he brought along his friend and colleague Tony Hinchcliffe. Apparently they didn't get the memo that Austin wants to stay "weird," not racist. Hinchcliffe is a successful comedian who's been a staff writer for Comedy Central and currently...
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A Big Cat Got Loose in Texas. Tiger Queen Carole Baskin Slammed Ted Cruz and John Cornyn.

21 hours ago by Simone Carter
During a Wednesday interview with CNN, big cat advocate Carole Baskin slammed Texas U.S. Sens. Ted Cruz and John Cornyn.
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Restaurant Hiring Woes Continue as Server Exodus Rattles Industry

1 day ago by Alex Gonzalez
Even before the pandemic, the service industry was in need of reform. As restaurants begin to open to full capacity, owners and managers are having trouble finding servers, bartenders and other key players of the dining experience. With stimulus packages and unemployment checks,
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U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert Slams U.S. Post Office for 'Spying' on Americans

1 day ago by Simone Carter
Texas U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert condemned the U.S. Postal Service for monitoring Americans' social media activity.
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New Restaurant Round Up: Tap Out in Downtown and Bar All Day at Eataly

1 day ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
After a year in a holding pattern (mostly, anyway) five months into 2021 and the Dallas restaurant scene is busy with new openings. Which is great to see. We've rounded up a highlight reel from the past few weeks.

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