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Who Is Shawn Mendes? We Saw Him in Dallas on Monday Night, and We Still Don’t Know

10 hours ago by Garrett Gravley
It's difficult to listen to commercial pop music with a critical mind, and that is said with no hint of irony. You would think that commercial pop’s mainstream accessibility and focus-grouped nature would make artists of the genre easy to evaluate, but if anything, the corporate nature of such music...
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A Happy and Healthy Rufus Du Sol Will Perform at The Bomb Factory on Wednesday

18 hours ago by Elvis Anderson
Unlike their ant-snorting rock star predecessors, for Rufus Du Sol, the only acceptable vice is exercise. The band's on the road for their 25-date North America summer tour, and drummer James Hunt is strolling California’s Avila Beach. The sea breeze is blowing while an unruly flock of seagulls rudely chirp...
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Watch: Lime Scooter Rider on I-35 Is Too Brave for His Own Good

18 hours ago by Stephen Young
Count this among the many, many times when discretion would've been the better part of valor. At about five minutes to 9 a.m. Monday, according to the time stamp on a dash cam video uploaded to YouTube, commuters heading north out of downtown Dallas on I-35 saw something they had...
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Plano’s ‘Conveyor Belt Hot Pot’ Doesn’t Work as Advertised, but It’s Still Delicious

18 hours ago by Brian Reinhart
We had many questions about Chubby Cattle, a Plano restaurant that boasts “conveyor belt-based hot pot.” How does conveyor belt hot pot work? Does the broth come in a little train tanker car? Do meat platters arrive in a cascade of tiny little dishes rolling along the belt? Is it true, as...
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Baroque Pop Artist Julia Holter Makes Her First Visit to Dallas

18 hours ago by Chelsey Norris
Julia Holter is not your average singer-songwriter. She layers orchestral and electronic instruments over her ethereal, mesmerizing vocals to create something wholly unique. Her music could be described as avant-garde, but don’t let that intimidate you. It’s captivating and has an air of mystery, which as it turns out, was...
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Eric Dreyer Returns to Dallas to Lead Arts District Restaurant

18 hours ago by Taylor Adams
After cooking as a private chef for Oprah Winfrey for many months, chef Eric Dreyer is returning to Dallas. You may know his food from Fearing’s Restaurant, where he worked 11 years and left as executive chef. Now he’s just a bit south in the Arts District, where he will...
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Budget Bites: Pho ThaiBinh Serves Food to Delight Thrifty Vegans and Carnivores Alike

18 hours ago by Dalila Thomas
Budget Bites is a series that looks for the best food and drink deals at restaurants in DFW, because being on a budget doesn't mean you can't eat out. Veganable: It’s a word you probably haven’t heard before, but one you might get used to. That’s how ThaiBinh Ho is...
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The Lion King’s Simba Is Based on a Dallas Lion Cub

18 hours ago by Karen Gavis
Disney’s heralded remake of its animated classic The Lion King has taken its place among the top 10 box office openings ever, and locals can take pride in the fact that a fresh-faced Dallas cub served as a majestic role model. While Alyssa Milano was the inspiration for The Little...
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She’s Like a Rainbow: A Texas Artist Dresses Like a Rainbow to Ward Off Depression

18 hours ago by Brittany Nunn
Saying that Kristina Elle loves rainbows is an understatement. This Texas artist and social media fashion icon loves rainbows so much that she's practically become one. “Rainbows have helped me a lot during my transition from being an angsty teen to who I am today,” Elle explains. “I love rainbows...
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Dallas Wedding Planners Tell Us the Most Lavish, Outrageous Requests They’ve Granted

18 hours ago by Chelsey Norris
When it’s time to tie the knot, couples understandably want their special day to be perfect. There are so many details to work out: venue, dress, guest list, theme, flowers, centerpieces — the list goes on and on. It can be a daunting task for any couple. Fortunately, there are...

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