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Sous Chef’s Art on Display at Fairmont’s Bar EMBER

While most bars and restaurants have some form of art, most don’t have paintings by their very own sous chef.…

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The Foundry is Reopening

The Foundry bar, restaurant and music venue is scheduled to reopen Oct. 7. The popular space closed in 2020 after…

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Jennifer Zooki Sturges Explains Why Her Band Ex-Regrets Is Essentially a Coping Mechanism

Jennifer Zooki Sturges, lead singer of Ex-Regrets, is thinking over her new band’s history. “There’s something special about the bond…

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Look Dine-In Theaters Are Back for a Second Chance in North Texas

Movie theaters undoubtedly took a hard beating during the pandemic, but the Look Dine-In Theater chain took the hardest hit.…

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Dallas Has a New Plan to Reduce Homelessness. Critics Say It’s Destined To Fail.

Ellen Magnis fears what’s to come. She leads Family Gateway Inc., an affordable housing nonprofit in Dallas, and says the…

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Eat This (Now): Japanese Taiyaki at the Dallas Farmers Market

On a recent Saturday morning, Ashley Beck of Ashley’s Farm Fresh Kitchen was arranging loaves of bread and pastries at…

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Former Professor Sues Collin College Over Alleged Free Speech Violations

Multiple professors have accused Collin College of firing them in violation of their constitutional rights. Now, one has filed a…

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The Local Oak and Ten Bells Tavern to Make Way for New Apartment Complex

The space currently occupied by two popular Bishop Arts restaurants will soon be a new apartment complex. One already has…

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Lindsey Lomis Is Bringing Her Immaculate Voice and Empathetic Songwriting to Dallas

Somewhere on a long, lonely highway in the middle of Idaho, one of America’s brightest young songwriters is writing her…

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Dsgn For Us Teaches Adulting Lessons Through Coloring

Algebra, world history and biology were all required courses in our youths, but most of us did not use that…

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