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Does U.S. Sen. John Cornyn Know What 'Satire' Means?

21 hours ago by Simone Carter
Some are questioning whether U.S. Sen. John Cornyn understands what satire is after Wednesday's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.

Dallas Environmental Groups Worry as Texas Lawmakers Target Local Control

21 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
Several bills look to make it harder for cities to implement their climate plans. But it’s not all doom, gloom and smoke plumes at the capital this legislative session.

Dallas Shows Up for SushiYa’s TikTok Grandpa

21 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
On Wednesday afternoon the long glossy black granite bar at SushiYa in downtown Dallas sat empty. Red lanterns floated over cushioned bar stools, which were precisely spaced in pairs of two. A rerun of a Rangers game played on mute on the large TV behind the bar. The setting was...

Casa Del Vegano Offers A Rich Vegan Tex-Mex Menu

21 hours ago by Steven Monacelli
A new vegan Tex Mex restaurant, Casa Del Vegano, quietly landed on Jefferson Street in Oak Cliff this past February. Whether it’s flautas, tacos, or queso, every item offered is vegan-friendly. It's the latest addition to a nascent vegan Mexican food scene in Dallas. It’s also the second entirely plant-based...

A Culinary and Cultural Tour Along and Near Botham Jean Boulevard

21 hours ago by Kristina Rowe
From galleries to street art and wacky giant sculptures, the Cedars/Southside neighborhood has it all. There’s live music at multiple venues and food and drinks along the way. And while the spring festival season is a bit off this year, there's public art and a wide range of flavors in...

Midlake’s Joseph M Breaks Out in a Solo

21 hours ago by Vincent Arrieta
Joseph McClellan is a busy man. On a gloomy day in Nashville, he is rehearsing for an upcoming performance at the Academy of Country Music Awards, where he’ll help open the festivities backing Miranda Lambert and Elle King as they perform their duet “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home).”...

We Almost Came Up With 420 Things to Do on 4/20, but Got Too High

21 hours ago by Eva Raggio
The holiest of all holidays, 420, is coming up sometime soon, but we couldn't tell you exactly in how many days. Some of us have been celebrating early — since last April 21, to be exact — so our sense of time is a bit warped. We did put our...

Uproar After Aledo Students Held 'Slave Auction' and Traded Black Classmates

2 days ago by Simone Carter
Aledo ISD is in hot water after a screenshot surfaced of a racist message exchange between students.

New Neighborhood Association in Works to Weigh in on Potential Oak Cliff Zoning Changes

2 days ago by Jacob Vaughn
The first meeting for the association is on the books, but it still needs to go official and become recognized by the city. They are moving fast to establish the association but it may not be fast enough.

El Patio Blends Mexican and Texas Flavors for "Mex-Tex" Cuisine

2 days ago by Anthony Macias
When Salvador “Sal” Hernandez arrived in the United States at the age of 20 with a culinary passion, he knew he wanted to own a restaurant. His journey was not easy but after working in the restaurant and club industry as a dishwasher, prep cook and, eventually, executive chef, he...

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