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Who Needs Sleep Telethon Will Feature Sean Cole, Chance Munsterman and Delta Rage

8 hours ago by Danny Gallagher
The opportunities for bands have been severely limited this past year because ... do we really have to explain why at this point? It's 2020. It's what would happen if sadness broke the laws of quantum mechanics to become a measurable space in time. One annual showcase that hasn't been...

Klyde Warren Park Responds to Criticism Over $10 Million 'Super Fountain' Project

9 hours ago by Eva Raggio
Dallas’ skyline is fun. Between the light works at the Omni and the Reunion Tower, we are consistently reminded of the glorious heights achieved by mankind’s erections. Pun intended. But, let us be honest, architecturally speaking, it’s not the most elegant of cities, and downtown is about to get even...

Dallas' Favorite Takeout Foods of 2020

15 hours ago by Taylor Adams
Grubhub released its annual Year in Food report, noting that people upped their game in getting takeout this year, which comes as no surprise. What is more surprising is that the most popular order for delivery through the platform in Dallas was chicken-fried steak. Of course, Grubhub is just one...

Bars Close, Restaurants Face Capacity Limits as COVID Surges

16 hours ago by Taylor Adams
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins announced Thursday that non-essential business occupancy limits will decrease from 75% to 50%, effective immediately. These include all restaurants, retail stores, office buildings, manufacturing facilities, gyms, museums and libraries in Dallas County. This follows Gov. Greg Abbott's order that if a region has more than...

Is Tarrant County Getting Greener?

21 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
Tarrant County is letting up on weed for all the wrong reasons. Nevertheless, sobriety and testing fumbles may get you out of a possession charge.

MJ Hegar Is Selling Campaign Harley-Davidson, and Twitter Wasn't Too Kind

21 hours ago by Paige Stewart
Do you remember that Harley you saw MJ Hegar riding on the open Texas roads for months in her political ad? Do you want it? You can have it. It's up for sale. Just make a bid on eBay. The Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful announced on Twitter she’s selling her...

Teachers Should Be Included in COVID-19 Vaccine, North Texas Superintendents Say

21 hours ago by Simone Carter
Texas superintendents are calling for teachers to be among the first to receive the COVID-19 vaccine once it arrives in mid-December.

2020 Gift Guide: Texas Wines and Spirits

21 hours ago by Kristina Rowe
From stocking stuffers to grand gestures, a thoughtfully chosen bottle of wine or spirits can be the ideal gift for friends, loved ones or even yourself. With ready-to-drink cocktails trending this year, you have more choices than ever, in a variety of price ranges. The best part? You can get...

2020 Dallas Observer Music Awards: The Best DJ Nominees

21 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
When we talk about all the challenges 2020 has brought to livelihoods, few have faced bigger professional roadblocks than DJs. Takeout, delivery or curbside pickup doesn't work for dance parties. Six feet of social distance channels a junior high dance, which was awkward enough the first time around. Virtual shows...

Dallas Music News: Local Holiday Songs, Todd Rundgren’s Dallas-Centered Show

21 hours ago by David Fletcher
The holiday spirit is certainly in the air. Jaret and Kelly (Jaret Reddick from Bowling for Soup and Kelly Ogden of The Dollyrots) have released their new holiday song “Get this Christmas Right” along with a South Park-inspired video. The song captures all the fun and heart of Christmas with...

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