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Unable to Get People to Protest, North Texas Neo-Nazis Resort to Stickers and Graffiti

21 hours ago by Patrick Strickland
Around the Dallas area, neo-Nazis are spreading propaganda through graffiti, stickers and banners.
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Mike Chen, a Food Vlogger, Ate Nothing but Buc-ee's for 24-Hours, and it Was Glorious

2 days ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Mike Chen is a food vlogger (video blogger) with more than 3.7 million followers on his Strictly Dumpling YouTube channel. Chen was born in China but was raised in the midwest, where his parents ran Chinese buffet restaurants, giving him a front-row
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With a Record Number of Homeless in North Texas, Black People Remain Overrepresented

2 days ago by Jacob Vaughn
The findings of the census were presented during the 2021 State of Homelessness Address on Tuesday.
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As Violence Spikes in Middle East, Ted Cruz Targets Israel Boycotters

2 days ago by Patrick Strickland
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz has lashed out at the Biden administration, saying violence in Israel and the Palestinian territory is the "direct result" of U.S. policy.
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Dallas Observer Offering a Paid News-Writing Fellowship

2 days ago by Patrick Williams
The Dallas Observer is offering a paid hard-news writing and reporting fellowship this summer. Our fellowships offer an unparalleled opportunity for young writers who wish to pursue a career in local watchdog journalism. Observer fellowships are writing and reporting jobs. Our fellows don't compile listings, go for coffee or complete...
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Jonathan Terrell Wanted to Pitch 'Highway' to Billy Ray Cyrus But Kept It For Himself Instead

2 days ago by David Fletcher
It's noon on a Wednesday, and Jonathan Terrell is at home in Austin doing vocal warm-ups and blending up a fresh batch of green juice.
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10 Texas Celebrities Who Should Run For Governor Instead of Don Huffines

2 days ago by Danny Gallagher
The Republican right is splintering on every government level. Sen. Liz Cheney made the mistake is siding with the truth over her party by calling former President Donald Trump's big lie that he won reelection a "big lie." Even our own governor, Greg Abbott, is being criticized for not being Republican...
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Will Texas Punish Cities that 'Defund' Police? Republicans Sure Hope So.

2 days ago by Simone Carter
Last week, state representatives passed a bill that would punish cities that cut police budgets.
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‘Radical Jew Slayer’: Grand Prairie Neo-Nazi to Plead Guilty on Gun Charge

2 days ago by Patrick Strickland
Christian Michael Mackey belonged to a now defunct neo-Nazi group called Iron Youth. Now, he's pleaded guilty to a federal gun charge that could put him in prison for up to 10 years.
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Poolside, a Horror Short Film Shot in Dallas, Is Creeping Out Worldwide Audiences

2 days ago by Thomas Lowery
Six years ago, Dallas filmmaker Alex Kinter set out to make Poolside, a short film set in the 1950s. Starring Anne Beyer, it tells the story of a lonely, isolated high society housewife who starts to hear voices in her indoor swimming pool.

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