Interview: Casey Newton of Valise

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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

First Sunday at Sons

July 3, 2014

This Sunday at Sons of Herman Hall is the “First Sunday at Sons” event. The First Sundays at Sons are dedicated panels that talk about issues in Dallas or more specifically Deep Ellum, at times. As per the name, these events happen every first Sunday of the month. The events are catered and Sons of […]

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A Slice of Green in Downtown

July 2, 2014

Main Street Garden is dead center of Downtown Dallas. It’s a square confound within Main, Commerce, St. Paul, and Harwood. Though it’s not much, it’s nice to have a piece of land that isn’t covered in concrete. It doesn’t hold a candle to Klyde Warren but it does have a small splash fountain and play […]

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28th Annual Taste of Dallas

July 1, 2014

Mark your calendars now before you forget! The 28th Annual Taste of Dallas will be on July 11-13th. (As for the photo, last year was rainy.) Taste of Dallas is an event I attend every year. Not only is there at least 50 dining options, there are vendors, shows, amusement rides, games, and so much […]

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Revving Up for July 4th

June 30, 2014

Most people have a four day week thanks to Independence Day being on a Friday. It’s only Monday but it’s best to plan ahead for July 4th. If you don’t have plans, here are things to do: Fair Park Fourth– July 4th events will be happening all day at Fair Park starting at noon. There […]

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Art | Events

Shadow Play

June 28, 2014

Shadow Play is a collection of artwork by Ellen Soderquist at the W.A.A.S Gallery. The works done for Shadow Play include art done with graphite, pencil, and digital media. The exhibit portrays the relationship between nude models and their shadows. Ellen is a wonderful artist with great personality. She has worked on this collection for […]

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TGIF! It’s the weekend.

June 27, 2014

So you got caught up in work and forgot to make plans. Don’t worry, I have you covered. Dallas always has something to do. Here are a few ways to enjoy your weekend: Ten Bells Tavern’s 2nd Anniversary & Fundraiser– Visit Ten Bell Tavern all weekend to celebrate their 2nd anniversary. They are raising money for […]

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Neuhaus Cafe

June 26, 2014

Here’s another Scout Mob deal for you: 50% off at Neuhaus Cafe. A max of $10 off. From the outside, Neuhaus looks like a normal café but once inside it looks like a dessert gift shop with tables thrown in. You can dine in or order to go. You choose your own table. If your […]

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Union Bear

June 25, 2014

UPDATE: UNION BEAR IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED. “A place to eat” is their slogan. It’s more for drinking and having thin crust pizza. The menu is very limited other than pizza. The 14″ pizza is made with a hand tossed thin crust. There is a 16″ thin cracker crust option for a dollar more. The 14″ […]

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Uptown Pub

June 24, 2014

Neighborhood style bar that makes a great burger. (Cue the Cheers theme song) Though it’s located in Uptown off of McKinney Avenue, Uptown Pub has a laid back feel and cheaper prices. They start serving food at 11am. Their Bleu Burger is either second or third on my list of best burgers in Dallas. Made […]

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Just For You

June 23, 2014

This blog post is going to be different today. Why? Because I’m leaving this one to you guys. This blog has been going for nearly two months. I’m super appreciative of all the support and response I’ve received. But I want to hear your voices. What do you want to read about? Are there any […]

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