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Dallas' Newest Restaurants and Other Food News

1 month ago by Taylor Adams
Chef Peja Krstic to Expand to Japanese Food with New Restaurant Mot Hai Ba's Peja Krstic Japanese-Inspired restaurant Ichi Ni San (one two three in Japanese) is an upcoming restaurant by chef Peja Krstic of Mot Hai Ba. An Instagram account says the place will be a “contemporary, non-traditional take on...
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Food News: Udon Arrives on Greenville and Baked Goods Head to Henderson

3 days ago by Taylor Adams
Khao Noodle Shop Closes Temporarily with Uncertain Future Khao Noodle Shop owner Donny Sirisavath took to Facebook Jan. 7 to let customers know the pivoting of 2020 is continuing as the pandemic rages on in 2021. “Khao Noodle Shop was never a product of take outs and delivery,” he wrote,...
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Dallas Music News: AV The Great Responds to Domestic Terrorists, Nicole Marxen Goes Solo

6 hours ago by David Fletcher
Denton rapper AV The Great took to the studio to give his thoughts on the insurrection at the Capitol building last week. The single “Jan 6th, 2021” captures the artist’s stunned disbelief at what unfolded and notes the utter hypocrisy of the domestic terrorists’ actions with lyrics such as: “Kaepernick...
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The Dallas Observer Is Looking for a New Food Editor

2 days ago by Taylor Adams
It has been a pleasure covering the restaurant industry for the Dallas Observer over the last four years, particularly as the food editor since mid-2019. But that season’s coming to an end now, as I’ll leave the position this month. I wanted to be a journalist for all my life,...
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Dallas Music News: Black Tie Dynasty’s Drummer Dies, Damoyee's Tribute to Pandemic Heroes

14 days ago by David Fletcher
Black Tie Dynasty drummer Eddie Thomas died Dec. 26 after a years-long battle with brain cancer. After reuniting in December 2019 after a decade-long hiatus, the band played a handful of shows before the pandemic and was planning to reschedule shows that had been subsequently postponed. Thomas is survived by...
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Dallas Music News: North Texas Latinx Musicians Make Headlines, Blues Rocker Meets Beatz

7 days ago by David Fletcher
Bandcamp, one of the largest digital distributors of independent music, ran an article this week recognizing “Ten Latinx Acts Shaping the Future of Dallas Independent Music.” Recognizing the long history Mexican-Americans have in the world of Texas music, the article highlights bands such as Luna Luna, The Bralettes and Sub-Sahara,...
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Healthier Food Options Don’t Have to be a Cliche, and Dallas Proves It

6 hours ago by Taylor Adams
Sure, it’s predictable when a publication publishes a list of healthier foods in January. But the truth is, at least occasionally we like to focus on eating healthy throughout the year. “Healthy” is subjective — some people go super-low-carb and high-fat with keto, some eat a bunch of rice, some...
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Annual Count of Dallas, Collin County's Homeless Population Delayed

2 days ago by Jacob Vaughn
The Point-In-Time count of unsheltered individuals isn’t even required this year. Some communities have opted out of the count completely because of the dangers posed by the pandemic. For the counties willing to conduct their counts, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is only looking for an answer to one question: Did homelessness increase, decrease or stay the same in the era of COVID-19?
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Dallas Music News: Mountain of Smoke Covers Enya, Local Christmas Songs

21 days ago by David Fletcher
Dallas sludge metal masters Mountain of Smoke have a brand new album out called Replicated, which reimagines versions of songs as disparate as Deftones’ “My Own Summer (Shove It)” and “Only Time” by Enya. The latter features backing vocals by avant-pop composer Lorelei K. All songs are filtered through Mountain...
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The New Tom Hanks Western Is Set Partly in an Unrecognizable Dallas

7 days ago by Liam Gaughan
In his over 35 year-career as every dad’s favorite actor, Tom Hanks has played historical figures —  from Ben Bradlee to Walt Disney — wooed mermaids, saved Private Ryan, solved crimes with dogs and played “Chopsticks” on a larger-than-life piano. Yet, at the age of 64, Hanks has done a...

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