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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Food | Out-of-Towner | Review

Out-of-Towner: Joe T. Garcia’s

July 26, 2017

Joe T. Garcia’s is only a drive to Fort Worth away. A somewhat famous Mexican staple in Fort Worth, Joe T. Garcia’s has been around since the 30’s. It has since grown with one of the largest patios you’ll find in the metroplex. Beautifully landscaped and expansive the patio is popular and fills up on […]

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Food | Review

Hibashi Teppan Grill and Sushi Bar

July 24, 2017

Stop in for a quick but great lunch or enjoy the grill for dinner at Hibashi. Hibashi has become a go-to lunch stop if I’m craving Asian. They are always quick but they don’t sacrifice quality. The food ranges in style. The menu has a nice selection of Japanese and Korean fusion foods as well […]

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Food | Review

Cow Tipping Creamery

July 21, 2017

You know what Blizzards are but have you tried Cow Tipping Creamery’s Stackers? Cow Tipping Creamery is the king of mixins. They started as a food truck/ice cream truck out of Austin. Now that truck is in Carrollton as their shop is being built. You can find it next to the new Monkey King Noodle […]

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Events | Free | Music

Free Week Continues: Events for July 20-23

July 20, 2017

Thursday, July 20th Sip & Shop, Dallas Pin Up, 6 PM Deep Ellum Wine Walk– Summer in the City, Deep Ellum (Main Street), 6 PM 1Fest, Three Links, 7 PM Quaker City Night Hawks, Oil Boom, The Roomsounds, Granada Theatre, 7 PM (Part of Free Week) The Dark Crystal 35mm Film, Texas Theatre, 8 PM […]

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Food | Review

Ten50 BBQ

July 18, 2017

Ten50 is Richardson’s new BBQ restaurant offering Texas hickory-smoked barbecue. I had originally tried Ten50 at the Taste of Dallas. 2 mini BBQ sandwiches with chips for $7, how could I say no? The meat was tender. The sauce wasn’t overloaded with vinegar. The buns were soft and warm. It was impressive enough I had […]

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Music

Sunday Sounds: medasin

July 16, 2017

medasin is giving Dallas chills, chillwave that is. EDM in Dallas isn’t new but finding new ways to bring enjoyable EDM to the masses is where the talent lies. medasin is another young talent in the EDM world repping Dallas. Honestly, I’m hesitant to call it EDM at all. It’s not all bangers but rather […]

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Events | Free | Music

Free Week is About to Begin: Events for July 13-20

July 13, 2017

Free Week is back. Watch live shows at the Granada and Sundown for free July 17-23.  Thursday, July 13th Beginner Beyonce Ballet Thursdays, Arts Mission Oak Cliff, 6:30-7:30 PM Special Edition: Silent Disco Yoga with Michelob Ultra, West Village, 6:30-9 PM Artist Talk with Sopheap Pich, Crow Collection of Asian Art, 7 PM Hans Zimmer […]

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Food | Review

What’s Shakin’? Shake Shack is Taking the World by Storm

July 12, 2017

Shake Shack once just a stand in NYC has now expanded across the world. Let’s just talk about the ones in the DFW area though. Shake Shack’s Uptown location arrived a year ago. Since its success, Shake Shack has recently opened its newest site in Legacy West. Honestly, a perfect location. Unlike the Uptown location, […]

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Food | Review

The Novelty Hasn’t Worn Off of Sprinkles’ Cupcakes

July 10, 2017

Sprinkles, the “World’s First Cupcake Bakery”, keeps its name in the mix with its novelty ATM. Sprinkles was a huge success when it reached Dallas. Everyone wanted the white icing with the blue and red dot. The lines nearly went around the block. Sprinkles made itself a household name in Dallas. Then other bakeries started […]

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Music

Sunday Sounds: Vandoliers

July 9, 2017

The Vandoliers are forging the way for the genre affectionately known as Cowpunk. Remember Rockabilly? Well, what would you call Texas musicians influenced by country artists but also played in a punk band? Enter “Cowpunk”. Vandoliers have created a new area of music just for themselves. One song on the album might sound punk with […]

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