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Best-Selling Illustrator Arturo Torres Talks Movies, Fatherhood and Setting Records

11 hours ago by Tyler Hicks
Arturo Torres has the best reason for missing my first phone call: His son was asleep on top of him. “Sorry, bro,” the illustrator is quick to say. “I’m a father now, so you know how it goes.” I do not, in fact, know how it goes, but anyone who...
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NTSB Calls for Plane Redesign in Response to Deadly Dallas-Bound Southwest Flight

11 hours ago by Stephen Young
The National Transportation Safety Board ended its nearly two-year investigation into Southwest Airlines flight 1380 on Tuesday with a recommendation that Boeing redesign the engine casing on one of its 737 models in order to prevent incidents like the one that killed a passenger and forced a crash landing in...
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Marquis of Vaudeville Attempt to Outdo Their Last Award-Winning Music Video

11 hours ago by Brad LaCour
Mysterious cypher boxes, Gothic locations and, of course, rock music are the puzzle pieces that interlock for Marquis of Vaudeville’s new music video for “The ENIGMA Men.” The group is no stranger to large production music videos. From the Alice in Wonderland-inspired “We’re All Mad Here” to experimental animation in...
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New Report: Dallas Suburbs Are Becoming More Inclusive

11 hours ago by Lucas Manfield
Every year, the Human Rights Campaign ranks cities across the United States based on the LGBTQ friendliness of their laws and services. And every year, a few Texas cities — Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio and Austin — get perfect scores. Dallas suburbs, however, do not. Take Irving, for example: The city scored a...
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How to Celebrate Straight Pride

11 hours ago by Alex Gonzalez
This past weekend, a conservative group called Super Happy Fun America threw a straight pride parade, which brought in a resounding crowd of three. What could’ve gone wrong to make the event, which expected 2,000, such a massive fail? Bad marketing? Poor planning? Weak music selection? For some odd reason,...
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DJ Carlyle Swaps Headphones for Business Suit to Reopen It’ll Do Club with Lizard Lounge

11 hours ago by Ryann Gordon
Something many artists struggle with at some time or another is the ability to transition between work and play while staying true to their values. This is one of the feats that Dallas DJ Colton Carlyle, aka Carlyle, has had to overcome in his career as a millennial musician-turned-businessman. A...
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For JFK Conspiracy Wedding, Reception at Campisi’s, Where Else?

11 hours ago by Jim Schutze
The Bryan Pergola at the top of the grassy knoll in Dealey Plaza has always struck me as an ugly monument to everything depressing in the history of Dallas. Built in the “early commercial style” of the early 20th century, it looks like a public restroom. It’s named for a...
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Family Instability Drives Youth Homelessness in Dallas, Survey Shows

11 hours ago by Silas Allen
When teenagers and young adults end up homeless in the Dallas area, more often than not, it's because of instability in their homes, according to a report released Tuesday. About 60% of the area's homeless youth told surveyors that family instability drove them into homelessness, making it an even bigger...
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This Weekend: Whiskey in Uptown, Pie in East Dallas and Cheesemaking in Deep Ellum

11 hours ago by Taylor Adams
Go through a sampling of Texas whiskeys, specifically those from right here in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Brandon Choate from Five Points Distilling will be there to talk through each flavor and answer questions about the distilling process. The chef will have passed appetizers to complement the tasting, which will...
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The Medical District Gets a New Hangout with Redfield’s Tavern

11 hours ago by Taylor Adams
Redfield’s Tavern has its grand opening this weekend, where we can check out what it's going to bring to the Medical District. Of course, this area has seen some change in recent years (not that this differs from other parts of Dallas). While it's home to medical professionals, of course,...

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