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Tulum-Inspired Restaurant Opens in Highland Park

7 months ago by Beth Rankin
Tulum, on Mexico's Caribbean coast, is a hot vacation destination right now for Texans. It's also a new restaurant that opened last week in Highland Park. "The first of its kind, Tulum is inspired by Dallas restaurateur Mike Karns and his wife, Valerie’s, favorite vacation spot," according to a press...
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Oak Cliff’s Local Press + Brew Closes

7 days ago by Beth Rankin
A beloved Oak Cliff coffee shop and juice bar, Local Press + Brew, has closed.
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River Park Plans Look Like Trinity Toll Road Boondoggle All Over Again

1 month ago by Jim Schutze
You may not believe this. I can’t do anything but tell you. The same people who brought us the absurd and embarrassing $6 million fake kayak rapids fiasco in the Trinity River, the folks who brought us the $115 million bicycle bridge that’s too dangerous to use, the same social...
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14-Year-Old Truman Wilson Is the Next Willy Wonka

11 days ago by Isabel Arcellana
Most days, you could spot Truman Wilson skateboarding home from his Highland Park middle school, in a rush to play Fortnite or to tend to his homework, and you might recognize his spiky blond hair and black-rimmed glasses from the logo on the Truman Bar chocolates. This 14-year-old might be...
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A New Lake Highlands Bar Offers Growler Fills and Perfect Pretzels

4 months ago by Brian Reinhart
District 9 Draught House brings German pub food and draft craft beer, including growler fills, to Lake Highlands.
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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week

13 days ago by The Mixmaster
Thursday Muscle Shoals, Alabama, has long been a mecca for musicians the world over for sharing its name with the legendary Muscle Shoals Sound Studio. And it’s also where the electro-rock duo BoomBox calls home. Composed of Zion Rock Godchaux (son of former Grateful Dead members Keith and Donna Jean...
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Griggs Makes Runoff, But Saturday’s Election Far From Victory for Dallas Progressives

16 days ago by Stephen Young
A little after 10:30 Saturday night, Dallas City Council member Scott Griggs finally hopped onstage at Trees in Deep Ellum to declare a kind of victory. He'd apparently — because all the precincts hadn't come in and there's no Dallas election decision desk — finished second in Dallas' mayoral election,...
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The Best Bites From Iron Fork 2019

18 days ago by Beth Rankin
Nearly 2,500 people converged on Centennial Hall at Fair Park last night for the ninth annual Dallas Observer Iron Fork, which showcased 40 of the city's best restaurants — and a particularly delicious array of Texas-produced spirits. There was incredible food throughout the room. As people ate and mingled the...
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Setting the Morning Line for the Dallas Mayor’s Race

18 days ago by Stephen Young
This weekend is about as good as get for Dallas sports fans. The Stars have critical playoff games on Friday night and Sunday afternoon, the Rangers are in town all weekend and the Kentucky Derby is Saturday afternoon. Stir in what should be an entertaining scrap between Canelo Alvarez and...
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San Antonio's Local Coffee Opening Shops In Deep Ellum, Highland Park

7 months ago by Beth Rankin
Merit Coffee, an offshoot of San Antonio's Local Coffee and Merit Roasting Co., is opening two Dallas shops: in Deep Ellum and Highland Park.

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