It’s Friday, I’m in Love

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Pronounced Lek-kah

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INTERVIEW: Kyle Morris of The Unlikely Candidates

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Your Grandma’s Cookin’ and Her Furniture Too

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Events | Free

Cool for the Summer: Free Events

May 24, 2017

Summer is just about here. Now that school is done and the sun is out, you’ll need to keep busy. Here are some free events to enjoy all summer long: Fair Park Friday Jazz Nights at the Old Mill Inn: The Old Mill Inn and Sandaga 813 Jazz have teamed up to present an exciting […]

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Events | Volunteer

Mutts Monday: Dallas Pets Alive

May 22, 2017

Dallas Pets Alive is one of the several organizations in Dallas that help animals and find them forever homes. Dallas Pets Alive was founded in 2012 and is a volunteer-run group. Since 2012, they have saved over 1, 200 cats and dogs from euthanasia. They take in pets who have already been passed over by […]

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Music

Sunday Sounds: Atlantis Aquarius

May 21, 2017

Take a cosmic folksy trip down memory lane with Atlantis Aquarius. The Dallas five-piece brings back the bluesy rock sound of 70’s classic rock mixed with the psychedelics of 60’s. Jordan Cain (Rise&Shine/The Texas Gentlemen) leads the vocals alongside Taylor Lumby (The Affections/Larry g(EE)). The drummer and bassist have played with Jordan in his of […]

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Change Up Your Late Nights: Events for May 18- 21

May 18, 2017

Thursday, May 18th Deep Ellum Wine Walk: An Historic Occasion, Deep Ellum, 6-9 PM ($10) 2017 Bridesmaid Tears Party, Barcadia, 7-10 PM (Free, Drink Specials) Late Night Live feat Rayland Baxter, The Rustic, 11 PM- 2 AM Friday, May 19th Til Midnight at the Nasher, Nasher Sculpture Center, 6 PM- Midnight (Free) Late Night at […]

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Food | Review

Dream Cafe

May 17, 2017

Though only open until 3 each day, Dream Cafe in Addison maintains a steady stream of customers for breakfast and lunch. Health-conscious restaurants with “hippy” vibes aren’t new but they are on trend. Dream Cafe has been open for more than 20 years. Now that people are seeking healthier restaurant options, Dream Cafe has two […]

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Bars | Events | Food | Free | Review

Sundown at the Granada

May 15, 2017

Restaurant and small music venue attached to the Granada Theater offers farm-to-table food, music, movies, and more. If you’ve ever been down lower Greenville Ave, you probably know of Sundown at the Granada. Though it’s known by it’s relation to the Granada, even in namesake, Sundown has established itself as a legitimate venue and restaurant. […]

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Music

Sunday Sounds: Cure for Paranoia

May 14, 2017

Dallas’ own four-member group, Cure for Paranoia, played Homegrown Fest yesterday. Cure for Paranoia is a group of artists, to call them a band doesn’t properly describe the process and sound. You’ll hear psychedelic electric vibes, rapped lyrics, funk noise, and heavy beats. It’s reminiscent of the Gorillaz with a splash of Erykah Badu. They […]

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Events | Review

Social Science at the Perot

May 12, 2017

Perot Museum of Nature and Science hosts a bimonthly 21+ event, known as Social Science. Social Science is an exclusive after-hours engagement for adults. The event was well organized and planned. There were booths and learning stations. Of course, there was a bar or alcohol station every few feet. Unlike many concerts or events, the […]

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Food

Boba Tea & Treats

May 10, 2017

An expansion of family-owed Best Thai on Belt Line, Boba Tea & Treats serves up teas, coffees, smoothies, and other delectable treats. If you’ve never had Boba or Bubble Tea, I will try my best at a quick explanation. It is a Taiwanese tea-based drink made with milk. The boba or bubble part of the […]

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