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 | Review

Babb Brothers BBQ & Blues

June 7, 2017

They brought the backyard BBQ inside. Texas BBQ should be simple, slow roasted or smoke, and tastes great with or without BBQ sauce. Brisket is king and always will be in Texas (as it should be.) If you grew up in Texas, you’ve at least attended, if not hosted, a backyard BBQ. Birthday? BBQ. Family […]

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Bars | Review

Peticolas Brewery

June 5, 2017

Peticolas is a small Dallas-owned and -operated brewery. Peticolas beer is only distributed in the DFW area. They don’t bottle or can their beer because they believe draft is the best way to taste their beer. You will only find their beer in restaurants and bars throughout the DFW area. They now have a taproom attached to their […]

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Music

Sunday Sounds: Honey Lotus fka SIR

June 4, 2017

Though the members of Honey Lotus aren’t new to the Dallas music scene, the band has only been around since summer 2016. Their first EP “Wine and Regrets” shortly after the band’s conception. The 5 track EP is a collage of Alt Indie songs with R&B/Soul influence. The entire EP is clean and well produced. […]

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Bars | Food | Review

Idle Rye

June 2, 2017

Idle Rye is the new prohibition style restaurant and bar in Deep Ellum worth visiting. Prohibition theme is on trend and generally overused. Luckily, Idle Rye found a way to incorporate this theme without sacrificing food or service. The prohibition era really shows in the interior design with rustic lights, a large mural, and wood […]

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Food | Review

Emporium Pies Revisited

May 31, 2017

Emporium Pies is not a new name in Dallas but with new locations, it was time to visit again. I love pie. Let me rephrase that, I REALLY love pie. My favorites generally include chocolate or are light and airy. But I’ll eat fruit pies as well because: pie. Emporium Pies has all the options […]

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Food | Review

Great Coffee with a Hint of Pretension

May 30, 2017

Originally from Austin, Houndstooth Coffee has become a staple in the Knox/Henderson location since opening 3 years ago. The stereotype that local coffee shops are filled with hipsters and uptight baristas isn’t always true. But when a coffee shops culture is that a “barista is a title that is earned” the stereotype is generally present. […]

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Music

Sunday Sounds: Ume

May 28, 2017

Ume proves “Art Rock” or Indie Rock doesn’t have to be pretentious. Austin’s Ume brings a lot of similarities to Joy Formidable but has a harsher edge. Lead singer Lauren brings a powerful girl rock sound yet can still stay indie pop soft. A combination that draws attention and keeps their album interesting. It doesn’t […]

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Events

Get Ready for a Long Weekend with These 17 Events

May 25, 2017

Thursday, May 25th Trey Songz, Bomb Factory, 7 PM Comedy Night, Noble Rey Brewing Company, 7 PM Friday, May 26th Commerce Street Night Market, Pike West Commerce, 6 PM Pirates of the Caribbean Pirate Party, Alamo Drafthouse (Lamar Location), 8 PM (FREE) Throwback 80’s Night feat. Le Cure, The Rustic, 9:30 PM A-TRAK, Avenu Lounge, […]

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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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