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White Rock Lake Stone Tables Torn Down, Set for Renovation

23 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
Dallas residents walking around the pavilion at White Rock Lake on Monday saw two of the historic stone tables in the picnic area reduced to what looked like a pile of rubble, part of a $650,000 makeover for the park. The stone tables are meant to be restored and renovated, but...
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Biden Has the Disadvantage at Tuesday's Presidential Debate, North Texas Experts Say

23 hours ago by Simone Carter
Ahead of Tuesday's first presidential debate, a new poll shows Biden tied with Trump in Texas.
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Practicing Safe Sounds at The Rustic's Socially Distant Concert Series

23 hours ago by Karyna Micaela
Pre- and post-pandemic worlds greeted each other in an awkward handshake-turned elbow bump at the first concert of The Rustic’s Safe Sounds Music Series on Thursday night. On their website, the popular Uptown restaurant and music venue describes their new endeavor as an “intimate, seated dinner” where guests can “experience...
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Garrett Owen Wants To Make Music a Little More Complicated

23 hours ago by Tyler Hicks
You might not be able to tell by looking at him, but the rail-thin, mustached, cowboy-esque Garrett Owen loves to work out. The folk singer-songwriter can frequently be found nose-deep in fitness literature, yearning to bend, stretch, crouch and contort the way that the pros do. He does pistol squats,...
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Dallas Neighbors Go Viral With Political Rivalry

23 hours ago by Eva Raggio
Sometimes a picture is really worth a thousand words. The best words. The bigliest words. The yugest. A photo of side-by-side homes in East Dallas’ Lower Greenville neighborhood went viral last week for its display of political rivalry. One of the adjoining duplexes has banners supporting the Trump campaign, and...
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Good to Go: Uchiba’s Sushi Survives Takeout Challenges with Vibrant Flavors

23 hours ago by Taylor Adams
In the Before Times, a great special night out was sitting at the sushi bar of Uchiba, where chef Jon Griffiths would thoughtfully prepare sushi, handing over small plates of nigiri to be consumed as quickly as possible. He’s moved on to other things (more on that soon); the world...
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Still Think the Pandemic is a Hoax? Ask the Families of Nearly 1,200 Dead in Dallas County.

23 hours ago by Simone Carter
First, it came for his father-in-law and grandma, then it took his dad and uncles. Within the span of six weeks, Dallas’ Jahaziel Salas lost five family members to the novel coronavirus. Salas said he tries his best to be strong for his kids, but it’s been rough. He doesn’t...
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Step Into an Underground Art Mixer With Culture Convention Texas Vibes

23 hours ago by Malen Blackmon
The curators behind Vibes Texas, a Dallas-based arts collective, have spent the last two years throwing epic underground art mixers for Dallas artists on a monthly basis. That was until COVID-19 put a pause on extra-curricular activities. But Romii, the founder of Vibes Texas, says she and her team are...
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The State Fair of Texas Drive-Thru Takes Time and Patience to Appreciate

23 hours ago by Anthony Macias
The opening day of the State Fair of Texas is a big deal for my family and me. We plan days off work to attend every year. As the opening day gets closer, the anticipation and excitement build for all of us. We normally arrive, get scanned in and then...
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Six Months into the Pandemic, Dallas Dive Bars Are Getting Back to Business

23 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Six months deep into this pandemic, there’s no question about it: In terms of economic fallout, bars have been among the hardest-hit businesses. Dive bars, specifically, are sorely missed because of their ability to offer the best boozy versions of ourselves. These gems all come with their own form of...

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