Kate Weiser Chocolate

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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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Out-of-Towner

California Dreamin’

September 19, 2017

Honest Dallas is heading to Los Angeles! Though I’ve gone to California before, this will be my first time in LA. I looking forward to some great food, cooler weather, and Venice Beach. I will still be posting Thursday for events. You can also see updates on events on Honest Dallas’ Facebook page. If I […]

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Events | Free

North Texas Giving, Oktoberfest, Grapefest, & Pride Headline This Weekend’s Events You Don’t Want to Miss

September 14, 2017

Today is North Texas Giving Day (#NTXGivingDay) go support local charities! To see a full list of charities to give to visit northtexasgivingday.org. If you need help deciding, see the Honest Dallas list from yesterday.  Thurdsay, Sept 14  Chappy Hour at WeWork Pride, WeWork Thanksgiving Tower, 5-8 PM Second Thursdays: Smooth Criminal, Dallas Museum of […]

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Events | Volunteer

North Texas Giving Day- Sept. 14 2017

September 13, 2017

Tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 14th is North Texas Giving Day. You have the opportunity to give big and make an impact on your community. Not sure who you want to give to or what they stand for? Here is a helpful list of great local charities you can help. North Texas Food Bank: The goal is […]

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Food | Review

Mercy Wine Bar

September 12, 2017

An upscale wine bar with a large selection, live music, and customers who wear flip-flops, Mercy stays busy. Monday-Thursday: 10:57 AM- 11:57 PM the door of Mercy reads. Google isn’t wrong when you looked it up. The weekend hours are just as odd. Though I have yet to see people there before 6 PM, Mercy […]

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Music

Sunday Sounds: Wall of Orange

September 10, 2017

Dallas based Wall of Orange is only a year old but Gary Parks’ skills as a composer and Indie vocals bring 90’s psychedelic to the modern era of music. Before starting Wall of Orange, Gary Parks was a film and commercial music composer. The production of Wall of Orange’s debut album shows off their ear […]

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Deals | Events | Free

This Weekend’s Theme: Beer

September 7, 2017

Today is National Beer Lover’s Day. So before I get into all of the events for the weekend, I have a special deal for today (9/7) only! Get your BrewFest tickets for just $27 today! Get your tickets before they’re gone: bit.ly/nbldsale Thursday, Sept 7  BrewFest Pre-Party, LEKKA Henderson, 6 PM Beauty and the Beast, Winspear […]

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Food | Review

Closest Thing to Street Tacos in Addison?

September 5, 2017

It might be that the best “street style tacos” I’ve had in Addison actually come from a family owned chain from Austin. ZuZu Handmade Mexican Food might have started in Austin but has since expanded throughout the Dallas metroplex. And I’m so glad they did. Addison is filled with Mexican chain restaurants: Gloria’s, Taco Diner, […]

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Music

Sunday Sounds: Buffalo Black

September 3, 2017

Buffalo Black a great lyricist and Dallas native. His biggest challenge will be overcome the mainstream radio looking for trap beats and incoherent or useless “lyrics.” Not to say all hip-hop or rap on the radio doesn’t have substance. But to be played on repeat radio seems to have a formula that is basic, generic, […]

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Events | Free

Get Ready for a Long Labor Day Weekend

August 31, 2017

Staying in town this Labor Day Weekend? Don’t worry there is plenty to do in Dallas (as there is every weekend). As always be sure to check the Honest Dallas calendar or Facebook page for more details and updates.  Thursday, August 31st SoundMinds Music Festival, Granada Theater, 5:15 PM Hurricane Harvey Relief Dinner, Don’t Tell […]

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Events | Volunteer

All the Ways to Help Those Affected by Hurricane Harvey

August 29, 2017

As of this morning, flooding has reached historic levels from some areas of south Texas. This morning a levee was breached in the Columbia Lakes area worsening conditions. You have the opportunity to help those in need.  Here is what the NHC NOAA has said about Harvey: “Heavy rains continue to spread over the Houston […]

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