Chelsea Corner

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Street’s Fine Chicken

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Interview: Casey Newton of Valise

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Interview: Kyle Morris of The Unlikely Candidates

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Food | Review

Hare Krishna

July 12, 2014

Normally, I don’t like to write about chain restaurants. But Buzzbrews makes a dish that needs to be talked about. Think of this as an ode to a meal. Many people have frequented Buzzbrews for two reasons. One, they are open 24hrs and two, they are conveniently located next to bars. Buzzbrews shouldn’t be overlooked […]

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P. D. Johnson’s

July 11, 2014

P. D. Johnson’s Dog Day Deli is a sandwich deli off of McKinney Avenue. I had heard quite a few good comments on this place so I decided to give it a try. Overall, I’m just unimpressed. I may even be a little disappointed. For $11, I got a sandwich called the “Lefty”, chips, and […]

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Art | Events | Food | Free | Music

Awesome Ways to Spend Your Weekend

July 10, 2014

If you’ve read the blog this week, you already know that the Taste of Dallas is this weekend and the “Over the Line” exhibition’s opening night is tonight. Maybe those aren’t for you; maybe you need something different. Well here are some more things to get you out of the house: Dallas Observer Comedy Crawl, […]

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Deals | Events | Free

Head Downtown, Yogis

July 9, 2014

Vital Fitness Studio and Be Well Dallas (a part of D Magazine) are hosting a Yoga Happy Hour downtown at The Eye. It will be an outdoor hour long class. And it’s free! Mats, water, valet, and towels will also be provided. The Happy Hour will take place July 17th at 6:30pm but you have […]

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Mokah Coffee Bar

July 8, 2014

Mokah Coffee Bar is one of the few shops in Deep Ellum. Mokah is owned by the organization Life in Deep Ellum. Connected to the shop is the art gallery and ministry offices of Life in Deep Ellum. Mokah has great staff, an eclectic design, and good coffee. I’ve been there a few times. Each […]

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Dan Colcer

July 7, 2014

Originally from Romania, Dan Colcer is a Dallas-based artist. If you’ve ever seen the garden boxes in Deep Ellum, you’ve probably seen some of his work. He has had exhibitions all over the world but most recently his work has shown at the Kettle Art Gallery (If you follow the blog, you’ve heard of Kettle.) […]

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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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Free | Review

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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