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U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert Slams U.S. Post Office for 'Spying' on Americans

8 hours ago by Simone Carter
Texas U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert condemned the U.S. Postal Service for monitoring Americans' social media activity.

Musician Jerry Warden, Kicked Ballot Arlington Mayoral for Sex Crimes, Wins 1% of Votes Anyway

8 hours ago by Karen Gavis
Becoming a 1 percenter wasn’t exactly what Jerry Warden had in mind when he threw his hat into the ring for Arlington mayor. Warden, 60, a well-known metalhead from the band Warlock, collected just over 1 percent of the vote during the May 1 mayoral election after he was thrown...

New Restaurant Round Up: Tap Out in Downtown and Bar All Day at Eataly

8 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
After a year in a holding pattern (mostly, anyway) five months into 2021 and the Dallas restaurant scene is busy with new openings. Which is great to see. We've rounded up a highlight reel from the past few weeks.

Restaurant Hiring Woes Continue as Server Exodus Rattles Industry

8 hours ago by Alex Gonzalez
Even before the pandemic, the service industry was in need of reform. As restaurants begin to open to full capacity, owners and managers are having trouble finding servers, bartenders and other key players of the dining experience. With stimulus packages and unemployment checks,

The Best Things To Do in Dallas May 12 - 30

8 hours ago by Raven Jordan
Thursday, May 13 Official Watch Party & Music Festival of the AT&T Byron Nelson The long-anticipated AT&T Bryon Nelson golf tournament is here. Watch the action unfold at Craig Ranch Fitness and Spa during the watch party, which will have music and outdoor games. The four-day event runs from Thursday,...

North Texans Turn to OnlyFans for Empowerment, Connection and Lots of Cash

8 hours ago by Tyler Hicks
It’s noon on a sunny Monday when Elena Davies calls the father of one of her Very Important Titty Seers (VITs). “Hello?” answers the dad from what sounds like a gas station.

Great News, Book Nerds: Dallas Public Libraries Are Open Again

20 hours ago by Raven Jordan
April showers bring May flowers, and one of those flowers is the reopening of Dallas' public libraries.

Houston Resident 50 Cent Wins Reserve Grand Champion for Bubbly at Rodeo Wine Competition

1 day ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Get Rich or Die Tryin’ rapper 50 Cent was in da club at Houston Rodeo’s Uncorked! International Wine Competition this weekend. Curtis James Jackson’s champagne, Le Chemin du Roi, won 2021 ...

Will the Real Vietnamese Coffee Please Stand Up?

1 day ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Recently there was a coffee kerfuffle that captured the attention of a lot of East Dallas, a bean roaster in Brooklyn and Yelp. The full story is here, but in the shortest of all explanations, Melody Vo fancied a proper cup of Vietnamese coffee.

Here Are the Dallas City Council Runoffs You Should Know About

1 day ago by Jacob Vaughn
City Council seats in these six districts are still up for grabs.

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