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Uproar After Aledo Students Held 'Slave Auction' and Traded Black Classmates

26 minutes ago by Simone Carter
Aledo ISD is in hot water after a screenshot surfaced of a racist message exchange between students.

New Neighborhood Association in Works to Weigh in on Potential Oak Cliff Zoning Changes

26 minutes ago by Jacob Vaughn
The first meeting for the association is on the books, but it still needs to go official and become recognized by the city. They are moving fast to establish the association but it may not be fast enough.

10 Best Concerts of the Week: Dwight Yoakam, Wee-Beasties, Medicine Man Revival and More

26 minutes ago by David Fletcher
This Thursday through Saturday offers North Texas music fans a wide array of genres and venues to choose from as we welcome the warmer weather. From a three-night residency from an old country singer who came up on the punk stages of LA to hip hop with a community perspective, these ten shows are sure to get you ready and into action. They should also give you a pretty solid idea of the local bands to be looking out for weekly.

MLK Food Park Shines Light on South Dallas Community

26 minutes ago by Steven Monacelli
More than 1,500 people were drawn to the opening weekend of a new pop-up food park in South Dallas that launched this past Friday. The aptly named MLK Food Park sits at the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Holmes Street, just a few blocks away from the...

El Patio Blends Mexican and Texas Flavors for "Mex-Tex" Cuisine

26 minutes ago by Anthony Macias
When Salvador “Sal” Hernandez arrived in the United States at the age of 20 with a culinary passion, he knew he wanted to own a restaurant. His journey was not easy but after working in the restaurant and club industry as a dishwasher, prep cook and, eventually, executive chef, he...

What the Hell Are on These Free Floppy Disks for Free Play Arcade's Hackers Party?

26 minutes ago by Danny Gallagher
There was a time long, long ago when the world didn't have a magical cloud that stores every file they own. Data had to be stored on hard drives or something called a floppy disk, a form of hard copy storage in which small plastic discs, covered in magnetic material...

If You Build a Fictional Snow Cone Business, They Will Come to Frosty Rainbow

26 minutes ago by Paige Weaver
Madison Mask is an artist but doesn't have a formal background in art. He went to school for business and works in marketing, where he gained familiarity with in-person experiences: trade shows, conferences and experiential marketing design. This backlog of experience inspired Mask to create Frosty Rainbow, an interactive art...

Things to Do: Springtime Thursday Night Food and Fun

9 hours ago by Kristina Rowe
The days of drink specials and entertainment every night of the week aren’t back yet, but Thursdays are looking good. Some of your favorite food and drink spots are bringing you outdoor live music events and movies, and the patio weather couldn’t be finer. Here are a handful of things...

With COVID-19 Still Spreading Behind Bars, Dallas County Jails in the Hot Seat

1 day ago by Tyler Hicks
A legal case over coronavirus conditions in jails began more than a year ago, but Sheriff Marian Brown was not deposed until March 31 this year.

Feds: North Texas Militia Supporter Plotted to Blow Up Amazon Data Centers

1 day ago by Patrick Strickland
According to the FBI, Seth Aaron Pendley attempted to buy explosives from an undercover agent in Fort Worth.

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