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Celebrate the Return of Dallas Theaters With These April Events

13 days ago by Liam Gaughan
Are movie theaters back? Well, maybe. The pandemic may have given Dallas audiences more time than ever to sit around and rewatch their favorite movies at home, but it’s no secret that everyone’s been itching to get back to the theater for a big-screen experience. With a wider rollout of...
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Dallas Music News: The Deathray Davies Are Back, Dallas Rappers Need Your Support

13 days ago by David Fletcher
Since 2007, hip-hop magazine XXL has promoted up-and-coming artists in their annual “Freshman Class” feature. The editorial staff picks the first nine spots, and fans pick the 10th. This year, Dallas rappers Erica Banks, Kaash Paige, Tay Money and Bobby Sessions are all candidates for the last spot on the...
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Dallas Music News: Demi Lovato’s Tell-All Doc, Dallas Musicians Join Marvel Universe

20 days ago by David Fletcher
The new docuseries Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil premiered on YouTube this past Tuesday. The first two episodes of the series deal with the events leading up to the North Texas-born singer's near-fatal heroin overdose in 2018 and the aftermath of when she woke up in the hospital. The...
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Where to Get First-Rate Food With Your Dallas-Made Brews and Booze

20 days ago by Kristina Rowe
Until about a year ago in Dallas, a local distillery, brewery or brewpub taproom was a great place to while away an afternoon. Most were family-friendly during the day, several had nice patios and many hosted pop-ups or food trucks for special events. Then came the pandemic and a roller...
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Restaurant Owners Speak Out, Get Political After a Year of Anti-Maskers and Clueless Politicians

1 month ago by Brian Reinhart
On March 8, 2020, a crowd converged on Four Corners Brewing Co. for a festival dedicated to Filipino food. Popular, rising-star pop-up businesses run by Filipino-American chefs with day jobs  served more than a thousand customers that day. At 2 p.m., the wait for a bowl of noodles was 50...
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Dallas Musicians Talk Life on and After The Voice

1 month ago by Tyler Hicks
When Ryan Berg thinks of The Voice, he thinks of coffee. Most mornings, the Dallas singer-songwriter and his competitors-turned-friends Jim Ranger and Ian Flanigan would grab some cups of joe and hang out at their hotel, taking a brief break from the surreal insanity of being on reality television. There...
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Deep Ellum Art Co.'s Closure Is Inevitable, Says Venue's Owner

2 months ago by Danny Gallagher
John LaRue, the co-owner of the Deep Ellum Art Co., says his two biggest enemies right now are "mathematics and bureaucracy." He and his wife and co-owner, Kari LaRue, have spent the better part of the last year fighting to keep their music venue and local art space "dedicated to...
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The Satanic Temple Says Texas Abortion Laws Violate Religious Liberty. So, They're Filing Suit.

2 months ago by Jacob Vaughn
An abortion is a ritualistic process for the The Satanic Temple's members, its spokesperson says.
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Boil Advisories, Busted Pipes and Low Pressure: Water Problems Hit North Texas After Storm

2 months ago by Jacob Vaughn
Dallas and some other North Texas cities have asked residents to conserve water as systems experienced low levels of storage in their tanks.
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The 10 Funniest Local Commercials to Ever Grace Our TV Screens

2 months ago by Danny Gallagher
We get it. Making a list about the weirdest and funniest local commercials is doing exactly what advertisers want us to do, sharing their pieces of digital celluloid so more people will see them. In this day and age, when videos of cats juggling, skateboard accidents and unhinged rants from...

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