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Masks No More: Carroll and Allen School Districts Vote to Ditch COVID-19 Mask Mandates

9 hours ago by Simone Carter
Carroll and Allen ISDs have voted to lift districtwide mask mandates starting in the summer.

Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson: Cities Need 'a More Prominent Seat' at the Global Table

9 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
The thinking is that local governments are on the frontlines of global issues, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, trade and others. Therefore, they should be a bigger part of these global discussions.

The Roots Jazz Series with Adonis Rose Celebrates New Orleans in Fort Worth

9 hours ago by Raven Jordan
As events begin to pick up again, downtown Cowtown will be booming with the sounds of New Orleans. The Roots of Music series, at Downtown Cowtown the Isis at the Fort Worth Stockyards, has an upcoming program highlighting Black music, packed with jazz, blues, R&B and hip-hop.

Dak Prescott Invests in Walk-On's Cajun Restaurant

9 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott used part of his freshly minted $160 million contract to invest in the Cajun bistro Walk-On's. The 27-year old Louisiana native owns 20% of the restaurants located in Arlington, Las Colinas, The Colony and Waco.

Whiskey News: WhistlePig at Whiskey Cake and Garrison Brothers at Haywire

9 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Haywire in Plano has invited the Garrison Brothers up from their distillery in the tiny town of Hye, TX, for two events next week. The Garrison Brothers Cigar Social will take place on Haywires' rooftop Airstream Terrace on Wednesday

Abortions Will Soon Be Much Harder to Get in Texas. Gov. Greg Abbott 'Can't Wait.'

22 hours ago by Patrick Strickland
The so-called 'heartbeat bill' would also open up the possibility of lawsuits against abortion providers and those who help individuals obtain abortions.

Why Did This CIA Recruitment Ad Break U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz’s Brain?

1 day ago by Simone Carter
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz really hates the latest CIA recruitment ad.

Antoine's Foods, Through a Pandemic and Still Standing

1 day ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Dallas certainly isn’t short on glitz. The landscape offers a perpetual wheel of new and sparkly things. And with that comes good and bad. But, then there are places that despite it all, hang on for decades. Worn-down windows on a worn-down building wearing the same coat of paint summer after summer.

The 5 Best Mommy Lessons From The Real Housewives of Dallas

1 day ago by Paige Skinner
On the count of three, tell us who you think of when you think of "outstanding mothers." One, two, three: the women of The Real Housewives of Dallas! Wow, do we think alike. These women make motherhood look easy and fun and it has nothing to do with the fact...

10 Best Concerts of the Week: Pat Green, Mean Motor Scooter, Sarah Jaffe and More

1 day ago by David Fletcher
The forecast calls for sunshine and warmer weather this weekend, and with more people getting vaccinated and more venues getting a lock on their COVID protocols, this seems like the perfect weekend to finally get out and do something if you haven't already. This weekend also sees the return of...

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