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Coming This Spring: il Bracco, an 'Italian-Inspired' Restaurant at Preston Center Plaza

11 hours ago by Beth Rankin
An 'Italian-inspired' restaurant is opening this spring at the Plaza at Preston Center, and its leadership includes a chef with quite the resume. il Bracco, at 8416 Preston Center Plaza, "will offer a fresh take on classic Italian dishes with everything made from scratch including breads, pastas and sauces," according to...
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VisitDallas Lives To Fight Another Day

19 hours ago by Stephen Young
VisitDallas CEO Phillip Jones' long-awaited appearance before the City Council's Government Performance & Financial Management Committee ended up seeming a lot like a mock trial. There was evidence, plenty of pleas and admonitions from both sides and some political theater, but no real stakes. Jones and his organization remain, for now...
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North Texas State Rep. Rolls Out Plan To Reform Texas' Toll Roads

19 hours ago by Stephen Young
State Rep. Matt Krause rolled out a new plan Tuesday to take on one of Texas conservatives' long-standing bugaboos, announcing a bill he's calling the "Toll Payer Protection Act." The bill, the Fort Worth Republican says, is intended to get local communities involved in decisions to build toll roads or...
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This Weekend: Mad Hatter Tea, a Gumbo Party and Harry Potter and the Brunch of Azkaban

19 hours ago by Beth Rankin
Get a double dose of delicious on Friday at Peticolas as the brewery hosts a release party for its Irish red ale, Irish Goodbye, with a party that includes a pop-up from everyone's favorite Cedars banh mi spot, Sandwich Hag. Chef Reyna Duong will serve her popular xiu mai meatballs and...
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Alamo Club Opens Today in the Former Blind Butcher

19 hours ago by Beth Rankin
In June 2018, Lowest Greenville lost one of its best low-key hangouts, the Blind Butcher. Today, a bar and restaurant called Alamo Club takes its place. It's an "upscale neighborhood restaurant and bar serving American classics in an old-school comfortable setting," according to a press release. The concept comes from Austin...
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Tale As Old As Time: Publicist and Rapper Fight Over Fashion Show Concept

19 hours ago by Eva Raggio
A verbal contract, the old joke goes, isn't worth the paper it's written on. Even Bronze Age tradesmen had the foresight to write down the terms of their agreements. Yet Dallas creatives in the 21st century are still struggling to learn this lesson. In Texas, oral contracts can be binding,...
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Jennifer Hudson and the Dallas Symphony Will Headline DSO’s SOLUNA Festival

19 hours ago by Chelsey Norris
The DSO announced today that Jennifer Hudson will appear with the orchestra as the headlining performance of this year’s SOLUNA Festival. You may remember Hudson as a finalist on season 3 of American Idol, but her talents go far beyond that. She’s since won two Grammys for her work as...
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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week

19 hours ago by Paige Skinner
Wednesday National Love Your Pet Day is Wednesday, or as you might believe, every day. Yes, there is an entire day dedicated to the act of loving your dog, and on this day, you must give your pet extra belly rubs, treats and exercise. At least that’s what Cedar Hill...
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5 Negative Pitchfork Reviews of North Texas Artists That Missed Mark

19 hours ago by Garrett Gravley
On Aug. 13, 2017, Wall Street Journal writer Neil Shah wrote an article titled “What Happened to the Negative Music Review?” in which he stated, “[N]egative reviews are so few and far between that they rarely impact overall scores from an aggregator like Metacritic.” Despite this, online magazine Pitchfork has...
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Botham Jean Witness’ Testimony Toasted by Take From GoFundMe

19 hours ago by Jim Schutze
Let’s be certain about one thing. Money is always an issue in questions of sincerity and truth-telling. The fact that you’re making money on it doesn’t automatically make what you tell me untrue, but I have a big right to wonder. If money is on the table, it’s on the...

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