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Mustang Mania: Superfan Paul Layne Hasn’t Missed an SMU Football Game Since 1972

1 month ago by Richie Whitt
Not trips halfway around the world. Not chickenpox. Not the death penalty. And, this year, not even COVID. For 48 years and counting, SMU football fanatic Paul Layne has navigated all obstacles to attend every game played by his beloved Mustangs. He was planning to attend Saturday’s Tropical Smoothie Café...
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Dallas Author Reflects on the Influence of Big Tuck's Purple Hulk

1 month ago by Alex Gonzalez
When Dallas native Taylor Crumpton received the opportunity to write about an album for a book series by New York Times-best selling author Shea Serrano, she knew she had to document Dallas’ influence on hip-hop. Serrano selected five journalists from a pool of applicants to each write a 3,000-word essay...
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The 9 Best Concerts of the Week: Randy McGill & Eclectic, Quentin Moore, Corina Grove and More

7 months ago by Jacob Vaughn
This week's list will take you all over North Texas. In Dallas, you can catch local acts such as Linny Nance, Brian Lambert, Randy McGill & Eclectic and several others. Then, you can venture out to Fort Worth to catch metal band Dispositions at The Rail Club Live! or head to Irving...
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Tom Hardy Movies Ranked by How Hard It Is to Understand What He's Saying

8 months ago by Liam Gaughan
This past week saw the release of the Al Capone biopic Capone, but those looking for a grim, gritty story of how the notorious gangster rose to power in Chicago may be sorely disappointed — the film instead depicts an aging Capone who luxuriates in his Florida estate and has all...
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The Coronavirus Challenge: Don’t Be Selfish or Stupid. Stay Home.

10 months ago by Eva Raggio
It feels like we’ve been training for prolonged periods of social distancing for years: Staring deep into our phones, driving-thru our errands and meals, hoarding online friendships while disposing of our flesh-and-bone ones, morphing into avatars who only exist online. Even phone calls became too intrusive, and we all learned...
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Yardbird Southern Table and Bar Near Klyde Warren Park Is Now Taking Resos

11 months ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Yardbird Southern Table and Bar is set to open at 2121 N. Pearl St. late this month and is now taking reservations online. Dallas is the fifth location for the Southern cooking restaurant, joining Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Singapore. D.C. is on-deck, too. A little history: The original...
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North Texas Churches Are Securing Their Doors

12 months ago by Paige Skinner
On Nov. 5, 2017, a gunman shot and killed 26 people during a mass shooting at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, making it the deadliest mass shooting in Texas. Bob Jordan, a former police officer and resident of St. Hedwig, a town about 15 miles from Sutherland Springs, carries...
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5 for No. 5: Celebrating Ian Kinsler, One of the Greatest Rangers of All Time

1 year ago by Stephen Young
Ask 10 Rangers fans about Ian Kinsler, who retired last week after a decade-plus in Major League Baseball, and you'll get 10 different answers. Most of them will be bad, something about his lack of hustle maybe or his propensity for popping up. Eventually, someone will bring up his comments...
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Dallas’ Biggest Sports Moments of 2019

1 year ago by Stephen Young
Being a Dallas sports fan in 2019 is about hope. The good kind that comes from the city's best-ever crop of young athletes and the bad kind that leads you down the path to still, after all these years, being disappointed by the Cowboys. One of these days, one of...
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The 20 Best Things to Do in Dallas, Oct. 21-27

1 year ago by Dallas Observer Staff
Monday, October 21 Origins: Fossils from the Cradle of Humankind The Perot Museum deserves major props for presenting educational material in ways more entertaining than Sesame Street ever could, but their newest exhibition doesn’t require any added song and dance. Origins: Fossils from the Cradle of Humankind offers the recently...

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