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100 Dallas Creatives: No. 49 Farmer's Market Localvore Sarah Perry

7 years ago by Caroline North
Mixmaster presents "100 Creatives," in which we feature cultural entrepreneurs of Dallas in random order. Know an artistic mind who deserves a little bit of blog love? Email with the whos and whys. In 2009, Sarah Perry had an idea for a neighborhood market. She was tired of going...

Music News: Mandy Moore, Sarah McLachlan and Camila Cabello Highlight This Week’s Concert Announcements

1 year ago by Jeff Strowe
The big news in the concert industry this past week centered around summer festivals. So far, there haven't been a bevy of new ones rolled out, but many of the mainstays are beginning to roll out their lineups. So, as you are compiling your holiday gift lists, be sure to...

The Most Memorable Covers of Katy Perry's "Roar," Starting with Local Sarah Sellers

8 years ago by Catherine Downes
As the people who watched the 2013 MTV VMA's this year know (and that was a lot of people), pop star Katy Perry closed the award show with a debut performance of her newest single, "Roar." The single, which was officially released on August 12, has already topped the charts...

This Is What U.S. President Rick Perry Would Have Looked Like

4 years ago by Stephen Young
Unlike Sean Spicer and Sarah Hauckabee Sanders, the usual suspects sent to the White House Press Room podium, Energy Secretary Rick Perry, the former Texas governor, looked like he was having fun, at least. Perry, given the mic to promote the Trump administration's energy week, regaled the press corps for...

Perry Farrell's Satellite Party, Mink

14 years ago by Sarah Liss
Judging by the near-incomprehensible liner notes in the debut release from his new Satellite Party project, Perry Farrell fancies himself an intergalactic prophet. The music on Ultra Payloaded sounds more like the work of a hippie magpie with a penchant for chaos and excess. The good news: It's not the...

Running Perry, Leppert Up UT/Texas Trib's Poll

10 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
If anything, the results of an already outdated University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll posted this morning -- outdated in that it features three would-be GOP presidential candidates who've said they aren't running -- more than likely reveal that at least 800 registered-to-vote Texans take Governor Rick Perry at his word...

Good Local's Greenspot Market Relocated

6 years ago by Scott Reitz
The Good Local Markets previously scheduled to be held at The Green Spot will be relocated to the Lakeside Baptist Church, likely through the end of the season. Founder Sarah Perry made the decision when recently announced construction projects for the parking lot that surrounds her site threatened to disrupt...

Music News: LCD Soundsystem Breaks the Internet, Plus Lorde, Ariel Pink and More

4 years ago by Jeff Strowe
LCD Soundsystem and Lorde dominate the concert announcement news this week in Dallas. The two festival staples have announced local dates, and tickets are already going fast. In other developments, a star-studded hip-hop ensemble arrives at the AAC, a pair of notable indie rock shows get scheduled for the fall,...

Judge OKs Texas's Sonogram Law, Making Governor Rick Perry Very, Very Happy

9 years ago by Anna Merlan
Texas's dandy new "sonogram law" -- which requires abortion-seeking women to look at a sonogram, hear a description of it from her doctor and listen to a fetal heartbeat -- is legal, a federal court ruled today. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a temporary injunction, issued by...

The Dallas Observer Q&A with Congressional Candidate Colin Allred

4 years ago by Stephen Young
Last year, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee announced that it's targeting the seat of U.S. Rep. Pete Sessions, R-Dallas, in Texas Congressional District 32. Sessions has drawn two competitive Democratic challengers, former Hillary Clinton adviser Ed Meier and civil rights attorney and former NFL linebacker Colin Allred. Last week, the Observer...

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