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CDC Will Test Residents at Arlington Retirement Home Where Resident Died

12 days ago by Silas Allen
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will test all residents and staff at an Arlington retirement home where a man died after after contracting COVID-19, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Wednesday. The man, Patrick James, lived with his wife at Texas Masonic Retirement Center in Arlington. James was hospitalized Thursday...
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The Pigs Have Landed at Il Cane Rosso in Arlington, Looking to Open in April

2 months ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Today while anxiously spying on the progress of Hurtado Barbecue (stay tuned), I whipped around the corner and saw two bright-red pigs in a parking lot and was giddy with excitement. This little area of Arlington is getting tastier by the day. First of all, let’s all run through fields...
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Kintaro Ramen To Bring Regional Japanese Cuisine to Downtown Arlington

2 months ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Kintaro Ramen is set to open in Arlington the week of Feb. 17 in a retail spot below new apartments at 101 E. Abram St. It’s within walking distance of the Levitt Pavilion, across from Arlington City Hall and not far from the UTA campus. Owner Han Le is hoping...
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Arlington’s Haunted Maze The Village on Front Is Creepy AF

5 months ago by Karen Gavis
A bluish fog drifts past the gates of the Village on Front as darkness falls and the temperature hovers just above 40 degrees. A couple sits on a bench near a giant skull as they wait to enter the haunted experience happening in Arlington. The event, now in its first...
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Arlington’s Short-Term Rental Property Owners Get Ugly

3 months ago by Karen Gavis
It’s been an ugly year for short-term rental property owners in Arlington, with a looming Jan. 31 deadline that could shut down some of their leases. Nonetheless, about a dozen STR owners turned party animals during a recent Holiday Ugly Sweater party, celebrating the season despite an uncertain future. Everyone...
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The PY1 Pyramid in Arlington Is Even Cooler Than We Thought

3 months ago by Eva Raggio
Earlier in December, a mysterious pyramid popped up in Arlington’s Globe Life Park parking lot. And while pyramids are all automatically mysterious, PY1 is a creation by Lune Rouge Entertainment, a production company founded by Cirque du Soleil creator Guy Laliberté. Even with that flashy calling card, the space exceeded...
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Arlington City Council Approves $810 Million Entertainment District Expansion Plans

3 months ago by Danny Gallagher
The Arlington City Council approved an $810 million expansion project on Dec. 17, 2019, for its entertainment district, which would give the city a new 888-room Loews hotel connected to a convention center, new residential and office space for small business co-working and incubator space and a 200,000 sq. foot...
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Arlington Music Hall

The Arlington Music Hall renovation is now complete and provides audiences with a truly unique entertainment experience. The 1,100 seat auditorium includes state-of-the-art sound and lighting, an...
Music Venues, Performing Arts Venues
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Getting Started with Essential Oils - Arlington

Thursday, April 2, 7:00PM @ R Bar & Grill
Health and Fitness
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