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Did Dallas Cops Put Two Protesters in the Hospital?

2 hours ago by Silas Allen
Dallas police are investigating incidents in which police officers used force against two people Sunday, putting both people in the hospital. Both incidents occurred on Main Street in downtown Dallas during Sunday's protest against police brutality. The first incident happened at 4 p.m. near Pegasus Plaza. The second was at...
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Restaurants Are Picking Up Pieces After Protests Caused Some Damage

6 hours ago by Taylor Adams
The sound of shattering glass echoed off the buildings Sunday morning in the West End of downtown Dallas. It was after the second night of protests that escalated into confrontations, rock-throwing and looting, and local businesses were cleaning up the aftermath. Walking around downtown, Deep Ellum and Uptown on Sunday...
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K-Pop Fans Flood Dallas PD's App to Help Protect BLM Protesters

8 hours ago by Paige Skinner
Early Sunday morning, the Dallas Police Department's Twitter account tweeted for followers to download its iWatch Dallas app and share videos "of illegal activity from the protests."  The police are looking to arrest lawbreakers at weekend demonstrations decrying police violence against black people. The benefit of the app, according to...
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The 9 Best Concerts of the Week: Bree & the Fellas, Jade Nickol, Cutthroat Conspiracy and More

14 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
Live music never stopped happening throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. As businesses closed, local musicians took to the internet to perform for their fans. As businesses begin to open back up, artists are bringing their shows back to the stages they've grown to love over the years. From metal to hip-hop,...
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Blue Cenote Cantina Opens in Bishop Arts with TVs Yearning for Sports

14 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
In what feels like a bold move amid a pandemic, a new restaurant has opened in the Bishop Arts District. Blue Cenote Tex-Mex Cantina is large space — 6,250 square feet to be exact — with two bars, one that flanks the indoor dining area and another for the outdoor...
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The 10 Greatest Punk Albums from North Texas

14 hours ago by Garrett Gravley
Punk and metal are commonly perceived as two separate genres, but between the two is an important nexus that remains largely overlooked. For as long as metal and punk have existed, they have built on each other, opening new worlds with new possibilities that are still being explored to this...
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Vantina, the Desert Racer Pop-Up on the Desert Racer Patio, Is Open

14 hours ago by Nick Rallo
The patio is shining with colors and studded with cacti. Tidy artificial turf seems to have a pattern painted on it — it’s actually some pleasant shadows from the wood pergola standing above the clean wood benches. It’s all lovely and strange but hopeful when juxtaposed against the effect of...
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A Dallas Brewery Explains How it Prepared to Reopen in a Health Crisis

14 hours ago by Brian Reinhart
As Texas breweries received permission to begin reopening, individual business owners had to grapple with a difficult question: How do you safely open an alcohol-dependent business during a health crisis? Many local breweries delayed their openings to spend more time contemplating that question. Welcoming the public back into a taproom...
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Good to Go: Commissary Perfects the Takeout Ham and Cheese

14 hours ago by Taylor Adams
Good to Go is a column where our food writers explore Dallas' restaurant scene through takeout orders, delivery boxes and reheated leftovers. When Commissary opened in downtown Dallas years ago, it was fantastic in that it provided another dining option for nearby residents. Since then, other good places have opened,...
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Christina Moreland's Cartoons Teach Us Lessons That Our Parents Didn't

14 hours ago by Jamie Vahala
Dallas-based graphic designer, visual artist, and “professional doodler” Christina Moreland is fighting a war on the side of good for the soul of humanity. The weapons in her arsenal? Cartoons. Her latest assault on ignorance is a series of aphorisms in cartoon form through a series called Daily Tips for...

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