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In Denton, a Fight is Brewing Over Pride and Juneteenth Flags

4 hours ago by Simone Carter
Some on Denton City Council are resisting an effort to raise Pride and Juneteenth flags.

Dallas Music Scene and the Mavericks Unite for the Truth to Power Project

4 hours ago by Eva Raggio
When the killing of George Floyd inspired protests across the world last summer, Dallas marched for the cause.

Review: Apsara Brings Cambodian Family Recipes to Grand Prairie

4 hours ago by Brian Reinhart
“No one knows what Cambodian food is,” the Cambodian-American chef Joseph Be says. “But if Thai food, Vietnamese food and Lao food can be popular, why can’t Cambodia’s food?” Good question.

Kegs & Mugs Is in Castle Hills Because Suburbanites Also Need Good Beer

4 hours ago by Chris Wolfgang
Let's be honest; we've no family in tow today, and we're here for a beer. Kegs & Mugs has almost three dozen offerings on tap, stocked heavily with local brewers like Hop & Sting, 3 Nations or Texas Ale Project. And in researching this story,

Oak Cliff's Cold Soda Gallery Is a Cool Little Island of Urban Art

4 hours ago by Kian Hervey
Graphic artist Michael Houlihan is not from Oak Cliff. When the 35-year-old moved to Dallas from California in 2014, he knew returning to the “Third Coast” would mean more questions like, “Where are you from?”

ERCOT Warns Power Outages Possible This Week If Folks Don’t Conserve Energy Pronto

16 hours ago by Schaefer Edwards
It turns out that arctic winter storms aren’t the only times Texans have to worry about the state’s power grid crapping out. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas asked state residents on Monday to cut down on their electricity usage through Friday to prevent possible power outages across the state,...

Hooray, It’s National Bourbon Day!

21 hours ago by Kristina Rowe
Sure, sure, shame us because it’s “just” a marketing holiday, but whether you’re a whiskey connoisseur or a happy-go-lucky cocktail consumer, this one’s worth raising a glass to. If you’re closer to the latter than the former, you might want a quick lesson

U.S. Capitol Riot: North Texas Realtor Katherine Schwab Facing Additional Charge

1 day ago by Simone Carter
Last week, the federal government tacked on another charge against alleged Capitol insurrectionist Katherine "Katie" Staveley Schwab.

How Bobby Sessions Manifested a Career as a Grammy Winning Artist

1 day ago by Alex Gonzalez
In 2016, Dallas rapper Bobby Sessions earned a Dallas Observer Music Award nomination for Best Album for LOA (Law of Attraction), which contains an image of a Grammy on the cover along with phrases such as “Manifest everything” and “What you think, you become.

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