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February 6, 2017
Dallas Goes Pop at Pop Art Opening Party
Celebrating Juneteenth Through Action
DFW Pride Marches For Black Lives Matter
Now and Then: A Look at Dallas During Lookdown and a Year Later
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A little over a year ago, Dallas joined the rest of the country and went into in a hard lockdown. Businesses closed…
By Mike Brooks
Pride protesters marched through the streets of the Oak Lawn neighborhood for Black Lives Matters. Photos by Melissa Hennings
By Melissa Hennings
Protesters gathered at City Hall on Friday. Marches continued through downtown and ended back at city hall where the crowd was met…
Protesters and city leaders gather at Martin Luther King Community Center to discuss ways to improve police and community relations. The gathering…
It's been a tough go already at home staring at our respective walls. Here are some inspiring murals in Dallas to remind…
By Andrew Sherman
The Dallas Museum of Art was brighter than usual for the opening of the International Pop exhibition on Wednesday, October 7, 2015.…
By Kathy Tran
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