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The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards: North Texas-Based Winners and Losers (but Mostly Losers)

2 hours ago by Garrett Gravley
This Sunday, the event that the Recording Academy calls “Music’s Biggest Night” took place at Staples Center in Los Angeles, and while DFW artists enjoyed a gratuitous spotlight just like last year, actual Grammy recipients from our neck of the woods were few and far between. The most prolific of...
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Dwight Yoakam’s Friday Night Show at Bomb Factory Reinforced His Devotion to Country Music

2 hours ago by Preston Jones
The most dangerous thing that can happen to an art form is for it to be treated gently — relevance calcified into reverence. There is no doubting Dwight Yoakam’s devotion to country music — his was a poignant presence in documentarian Ken Burns’ sprawling 2019 assessment of the genre —...
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There’s an Elite New Japanese Restaurant in Downtown Plano

2 hours ago by Brian Reinhart
While the rest of America was looking elsewhere, Dallas quietly built one of the country’s finest Japanese food scenes. Direct flights to Tokyo, a thriving business scene and the recent arrival of Toyota, Honda, Fujifilm and other corporate offices have all helped concentrate a wealth of sashimi, donburi and katsu...
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Why Does Dallas Have So Many Homeless Camps? Too Little Affordable Housing.

2 hours ago by Silas Allen
At a little after 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Ben Bailey stood at the edge of a grove of trees above Cottonwood Creek, where a muddy, plywood-covered path curved around into the woods. "Hello!" Bailey called out, over the roar of traffic nearby on U.S. Highway 75. At first, no one answered,...
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The 10 Best Concerts of the Week: Stone Mecca, Medicine Man Revival, Raphael Saadiq and More

2 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
As the first month of 2020 comes to a close and some of us begin to bail on our resolutions, we should all be happy that we're still just in the early days of another badass year for live local music. There are plenty of places you can spend your...
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Dashboard Confessional’s Chris Carrabba Has Moved On from His Pompadour, but Not from His Songs

2 hours ago by David Fletcher
Chris Carrabba may have a new look, but the song remains the same. When we last saw the Dashboard Confessional singer, he was still sporting a clean-shaven face and his signature pompadour. Now, with a beard and long hair parted to the side, he is ready to bring new life...
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Queso, Crema and Salsa Get a Vegan Spin (Without Nuts)

2 hours ago by Paige Weaver
Sarah Zubiate has a foundation of cooking with rich flavors, but in her business, she’s taking those flavors and executing them with a healthy spin. Her business, Zubi’s, produces plant-based queso, crema and salsa. They’re also Latina-owned, gluten-free, vegan and top-eight allergen-free (eggs, tree nuts, peanuts, soy, wheat, fish, shellfish...
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The Hot Chicken Coming to East Dallas Arrives with Help by a Nashville Native

2 hours ago by Alex Gonzalez
Something new is burning up in East Dallas. Hopping on board the Nashville hot chicken craze are chefs Lou Olerio (Shayna’s Place) and Josh Bonee (formerly of Stephan Pyles Flora Street and the Statler), who are set to open their collaborative effort, Lucky’s Hot Chicken, in East Dallas this spring...
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It’s Time to Walk Away from Baylor Sports

2 hours ago by Stephen Young
Baylor University's athletic department is having a banner winter. Its football team, two years removed from a 1-11 season, finished 11-3 and made appearances in both the Big 12 Championship Game and the Sugar Bowl. Its men's basketball team is No. 1 in the country, according to the Associated Press...
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What’s Going On with the Potential Wine Tariffs?

2 hours ago by Jeff Siegel
The Trump administration, in its crusade against the European Union and to bolster the bottom line of some of the world's richest companies, wants to tax the hell out of your bottle of cheap French rosé. It has already imposed a 25% tariff on most French, Spanish, German and British...

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