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Town of Addison Cancels Oktoberfest

8 hours ago by Taylor Adams
Fall is a time when we would usually expect a number of great things: cooler temperatures, the World Series, the State Fair of Texas and a number of festivals. Surely that first point will remain this year, but thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, the other three are looking differently this...
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Dallas Group Urban Specialists Aims to Heal America Through Conversations About Race

17 hours ago by Atheena Frizzell
On Martin Luther King Day of 2018, Heal America held its inaugural Course Correction Conversation in Dallas. It was hosted by Bishop Omar Jahwar, the founder and CEO of Urban Specialists, and included guests of varying political affiliation (such as Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson, Olympian John Carlos and Sen. Ted...
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Dallas Interior Designers' Advice on Caring for Your Home Mid-COVID

17 hours ago by Alex Gonzalez
It's hard to find a silver lining, but if there’s one good thing that’s come from being quarantined, it’s the fact that  we are being forced to slow down, reflect and get reacquainted with our homes. In the past, we would typically spend most of our waking time at school...
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Promoter Lorenzo Zenteno Expands His Brand With Nothing Beats Experience

17 hours ago by Roderick Pullum
Concert and nightclub promoters are a unique tribe, and there’s no shortage of them in every major U.S. market. The least common denominator among them can include unsavory individuals who oversell and under-deliver, but those who do their job well are the curators of good times and the driving force...
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Chilled to Go: Rita's Italian Ice & Frozen Custard in Arlington

17 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
For July and August, we're bringing Chilled to Go, weekly posts on the best things you can get for takeout to beat the heat. I could tell by the way they whipped their car into the parking space that they were on a mission. The driver had pulled in at...
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Good to Go: Meatballs from Il Bracco Hold up Across Town

17 hours ago by Taylor Adams
Good to Go is a column where our food writers explore Dallas’ restaurant scene through takeout orders, delivery boxes and reheated leftovers. For months now, chefs in town have been posting about a certain to-go container full of sauce-drenched meatballs from Il Bracco in University Park. That’s for good reason...
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Tito’s Vodka to Provide Hand Sanitizer for the Public Thursday

17 hours ago by Taylor Adams
Texas’ Tito’s Handmade Vodka is pivoting to making hand sanitizer, specifically more than 44,000 bottles. People can pick these up for free from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Thursday at Gate 2 of Fair Park, 921 S. Haskell Ave. in South Dallas. Tito’s has been producing hand sanitizer since...
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Candace Valenzuela Bests Kim Olson in 24th Congressional District Runoff

17 hours ago by Silas Allen
Candace Valenzuela, a member of the Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD Board of Trustees, defeated retired Air Force Col. Kim Olson Tuesday in the Democratic runoff for Texas' 24th Congressional District. In a speech to supporters via Zoom, Valenzuela emphasized her background and how it informed her decision to run for Congress...
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Dallas ISD Pushes Back on Charter School's Move to Paul Quinn College

17 hours ago by Silas Allen
Dallas ISD officials are pushing back on a charter school's plan to move its Oak Cliff campus to Paul Quinn College. Officials at KIPP Oak Cliff Academy plan to move the high school, which is operating in a shopping center in Oak Cliff, to the college campus in the spring...
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MJ Hegar Defeats Royce West in U.S. Senate Runoff Race

17 hours ago by Simone Carter
MJ Hegar will battle Republican incumbent John Cornyn for his U.S. Senate seat in November. Tuesday, Air Force veteran Hegar defeated Dallas state Sen. Royce West in the Democratic runoff for Senate. The last time Texas sent a Democrat to the U.S. Senate was in 1993. But Hegar told her...

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