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Despite The Dallas Morning News’ Column, There Is a Place for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders

2 days ago by Paige Skinner
It’s 2019, and I’m about to tell you something groundbreaking: Women can be anything they want to be. Like, an astronaut or a marketing executive or a newspaper columnist or a mom or a mommy blogger or a farmer or even a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader. On Wednesday, Dallas Morning News...
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Dallas’ WAAS Gallery Keeps Forging the Way for Women in Art With a New Exhibition

3 days ago by Anna Lowery
Tucked into one of the oldest buildings in South Dallas is WAAS Gallery, a much-needed space where women can exhibit the artwork that they want to make. Women have been struggling to receive as much recognition as men in the art world for as long as art has been a...
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Texas Gov. Abbott Moves to Lt. Gov. Patrick’s Right on Gun Control

3 days ago by Stephen Young
A week ago, Texas, and the rest of the country, got their first look at Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's evolving priorities on guns, gun violence and domestic terrorism through a series of executive orders issued by the governor. While there was a decent amount of meat in Abbott's eight decrees...
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Jonathan Stickland Is Not Going Quietly into That Good Night

3 days ago by Stephen Young
Turns out, the Observer's fears over the retirement of Bedford state Rep. Jonathan Stickland may have been a little exaggerated. The Republican firebrand and official large adult son of the Legislature may be stepping down from the Texas House in 2021, but he is still, as he proved this week,...
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Nothing Stopped Daniel Johnston from Being an Artist. Nothing.

3 days ago by Garrett Gravley
I’ve always hated the notion of the “tortured genius” since it essentially glamorizes an artist’s devastating struggle. Isn’t music supposed to, as Woody Guthrie once put it, “comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable?” I’ll admit, it has become harder for me to intellectually defend my disdain for this archetype...
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Music News: Green Day, Weezer and Danny Brown Highlight This Week’s Concert Announcements

3 days ago by Jeff Strowe
This week's batch of concert announcements brings a slate of shows scheduled for 2020. It's been a busy 2019, and though there are still a few months to go, many promoters and venues are rapidly filling up their winter and spring calendars. Read on for a bevy of artists coming...
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Michael Zamora of Posival Tells the Stories Behind the Songs on New Album

3 days ago by David Fletcher
Dallas indie-punk band Posival was pretty much dead in 2015. In the two preceding years, singer and guitarist Michael Zamora had written enough material to fill up three full-length albums and an EP, all released after the band members went their separate ways in early 2016. It was in those...
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Chefs Line Up for Cooking Competition Sept. 30

3 days ago by Taylor Adams
Another cooking competition is in the works, this one from the folks behind The Adolphus. Makeready, the hotel’s management company, is hosting 86 Cancer, a culinary competition to raise funds for cancer research. “Our company, Makeready, is heavily involved with an organization called Pelotonia, based in Columbus, Ohio, and the...
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After Years of Pop-Ups, Saap Lao Lands Its Own Kitchen

3 days ago by Taylor Adams
Saap Lao Kitchen, known for its savory beef jerky, has been popping up with events around Dallas for the last three years. Come the end of the month, the owners are holding an event to celebrate their new headquarters in Bedford. "We were looking for a kitchen where we could...
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The 10 Best Free and Cheap Events Happening in Dallas This Weekend, Sept. 13-15

3 days ago by Alex Gonzalez
Friday, September 13 Fair Food Festival 6:00 P.M. Friday, September 13 Trinity Groves $5 Indulge in some deep-fried goodness ahead of the annual State Fair of Texas. Trinity Groves will be offering a taste of what you can expect to find at this year’s fair. Funnel cakes, corn dogs, fried...

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