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The Best Things to Do in Dallas, Oct. 8-13

13 days ago by Dallas Observer Staff
Tuesday, October 8 Four Hours of Fury Author and U.S. Army vet James Fenelon will sign copies of his book Four Hours of Fury: The Untold Story of World War II’s Largest Airborne Invasion and the Final Push into Nazi Germany, a nonfiction account of … well, read the title,...
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The 10 Best Concerts of the Week: The Raconteurs, Toadies, Jason Aldean and More

14 days ago by Jacob Vaughn
Cold fronts blowing into Dallas may bring some rain in the next few days, so you'd better know where to go to stay dry and keep warm. These shows can help you do just that. Jack White is gracing Dallasites with his presence with The Raconteurs this Monday at South...
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Jeff Goldblum and The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra’s Playful, Touching Sound Made It OK for Stars to Start Bands Again

1 month ago by Danny Gallagher
When an editor gives one of their writers the task of covering a concert fronted by a celebrity who isn't known for their musical talents, it's either because they know that it will suck and the writer can turn such torture into something hilarious or the writer did something wrong...
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Hold on to Your Panties: It’s Haunted House Season, North Texas

19 days ago by Brad LaCour
For many of us, October means that it's haunted house season. For unemployed actors, it's Christmas-is-nearly-upon-us season. With so many different haunted houses to choose from, it’s hard to decide where to spend your hard earned money. After all, what each person seeks from their haunted house experience can differ...
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Zara Larsson, Among New Wave of Top Pop Starlets, Takes a Texas Pop Quiz Ahead of Dallas Show

27 days ago by Michael Bialas
For a Swedish triple-threat pop sensation ready to rule the world, Zara Larsson sounds more like the all-American girl next door while chatting on the phone. She’s funny, self-deprecating even, apologetic when betrayed by her cellphone connection, opinionated, eager to answer any question thrown at her, even just after hitting the...
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After Years of Pop-Ups, Saap Lao Lands Its Own Kitchen

1 month ago by Taylor Adams
Saap Lao Kitchen, known for its savory beef jerky, has been popping up with events around Dallas for the last three years. Come the end of the month, the owners are holding an event to celebrate their new headquarters in Bedford. "We were looking for a kitchen where we could...
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Te Deseo Offers a Destination for Latin Food and Music

2 months ago by Alex Gonzalez
This past weekend, there was a line of people wrapped around Te Deseo Cocina Latina, waiting to be seated for dinner or to dance the night away to Latin music. The newest addition to Dallas' Harwood District fuses Latin cuisine, dancing and nightlife. Te Deseo’s executive chef is Ty Thaxton, whose menu...
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Meat Loaf, Well Done?

12 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
Marvin Lee Aday, graduate of the great Thomas Jefferson High School, is calling it quits. So reports The Times of London today, anyway. Says the paper, on Wednesday night the man known as Meat Loaf was performing at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle upon Tyne when, just before launching...
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Reheated Meat Loaf

13 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
In case you were wondering just what was going to happen with the next Bat Out of Hell album, fret no more. Meat Loaf and songwriter Jim Steinman are portrayed as surprisingly chummy in this not-too-informative post-lawsuit write-up...not that we're suspicious or nothin'. --Sam Machkovech...
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Sliced Meat Loaf

14 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
Yesterday, Unfair Park received a press release from the offices of legendary publicist Ken Sunshine bearing the, well, news that Meat Loaf has filed a federal lawsuit in Los Angeles. And what's bugging the former Marvin Aday, graduate of good ol' Thomas Jefferson High School? Seems his old pal and...

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