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Good-to-Go: Cake Bar's Vending Machine Is the Modern Marvel We All Need

7 months ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Good to Go is a column in which our food writers explore Dallas' restaurant scene through takeout orders, delivery boxes and reheated leftovers. Tracy German grew up in Augusta, Georgia, watching her mother bake cakes from scratch, tweaking the recipes along the way to her own liking.  German inherited her...
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Gainesville City Council Votes to Remove Confederate Statue

9 months ago by Simone Carter
Another racist monument will soon be dismantled. Last week, Gainesville City Council voted unanimously to uproot a Confederate statue from a local park. Over the past few weeks, PRO Gainesville, a local grassroots organization, has protested for the removal of the town’s two Confederate statues. Founder Torrey Henderson said she...
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What It’s Like to Be 35 Weeks Pregnant During a Global Pandemic

1 year ago by Augusta Rizzardini
Are you sick of hearing about the coronavirus yet? I don’t care. We're gonna talk about something different. I am a pregnant person — a 35 weeks-pregnant person to be exact —  and if you think it’s crazy figuring out life with a novel disease on the rise, you should...
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How to Estate Sale Shop Like a Born-and-Raised Dallasite

2 years ago by Augusta Rizzardini
When you live in Dallas — and a world of shopping is at your fingertips — there’s really no excuse to fill your space with Home Goods and Target. “But money doesn’t grow on trees!” you cry out. You don’t have to be a Restoration Hardware member to have a...
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Dallas Influencers Explain Their Influence

2 years ago by Augusta Rizzardini
The word "influencer" is quickly becoming one of the most polarizing words in the new millennium. Historically, a person with influence had political sway, or else made a mark in the world through sizable contributions to culture. In the last few years, we've had to rewire our brains to understand...
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How To Enjoy the St. Patrick's Parade When You Feel Too Old To Be There

2 years ago by Augusta Rizzardini
9 a.m. Ahh, how wonderful it feels to sleep in on the weekends! Seize the day with the energy you have from a full night's sleep. 9:03 a.m. LOL. What is this, dorm life? Disneyland? Sleeping past 7 a.m. is for youths. Whether you woke up early for your child,...
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Rainbow Kitten Surprise Is a Religious Experience — Literally, Every Song References the Bible

2 years ago by Augusta Rizzardini
Rainbow Kitten Surprise is everything you want in both a band name and a live show. It's a religious experience. We say that 99 percent literally, because if you do an actual analysis of their lyrics, you'll notice subtle and not-so-subtle Bible references that go way deeper than "Cocaine Jesus."...
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Dallas' 10 Biggest Sports Stories of 2018

2 years ago by Stephen Young
In 2018, Dallas sports were all about the individual. The city's usual suspects, the Cowboys, Rangers, Mavericks and Stars, were universally mediocre or worse, leaving sports fans to look for joy in the superlative performances of DFW's bumper crop of 20-something stars, many who captured spots high on this list...
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Property Brothers Stars Are Stopping in Frisco to Promote Their Hotness and Some Book

3 years ago by Augusta Rizzardini
We hope you’re thirsty because two tall drinks of water are coming to town. Drew and Jonathan Scott, twin brothers, best-selling authors and stars of Property Brothers among other major career ventures, are making a pit stop in Frisco to promote their first children’s book, Builder Brothers Big Plans. Women...
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Jordan Spieth

Spieth, Dallas' world champion golfer next door, entered the final round at The Masters in April nine shots behind leader Patrick Reed. It was a seemingly insurmountable deficit until, all of a sudden, it wasn't. Spieth, the 2015 Masters champ, scorched a path through Augusta National's hallowed grounds, playing his...

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