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

Chill at the Truck Yard

June 3, 2014

If you’ve been down Greenville Ave lately, you’ll know that across from Trader Joe’s the Truck Yard is open and serving. The Truck Yard is unique; isn’t not just a place for food trucks. In their words, it’s a “casual beer garden and adult playground.” Being from Texas, it feels like an over-sized backyard of […]

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Review

Dolly Python

June 2, 2014

Eclectic vintage shop, Dolly Python, has everything from 40’s military boots and film cameras to taxidermy animals wearing clothes and lamps made from old fans. It would take a good amount of time to forage through Dolly Python. But if you are looking for something specific, the staff is knowledgeable and will help you find […]

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Events | Music

Friday the 13th Just Got Even Cooler

May 31, 2014

Elm Street Tattoo is renowned as a Dallas staple and producing quality work. They are also know for the Elm Street Music and Tattoo Festival. The festival always takes place on the weekend of Friday the 13th. It will run June 11-15th. The festival is a great chance to get to meet and be tattooed […]

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Food | Review

Great Calzone

May 30, 2014

Dante’s Italian Eatery is located in the West End and probably one of it’s best kept secrets. You can take the DART practically to the front door of Dante’s on the ground floor of the Awalt Building. It’s next door to Chipotle on Market Street. If you come at the right time, you can watch […]

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Events | Food | Music | Review

The Gorehounds

May 29, 2014

If you are a fan of The Cramps, you’ll love the Dallas based band The Gorehounds. Staying true to the Rock-a-billy Punk sound, The Gorehounds put on a great show. Go-go dancers and the bassist in drag make the show complete. Led by “Lux” aka Howard Kelley, the band consists of JT Dayton on guitar, […]

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Deals | Food | Review

Shaken, Not Stirred

May 28, 2014

Thought this post was going to be about cocktails? Not today. Shaken, not stirred is how Oak Lawn Coffee likes to make their iced espresso. Why this hasn’t been done sooner is a mystery to me. I visited Oak Lawn Coffee earlier today because once again, I had a coupon/deal on ScoutMob. 50% off to […]

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Featured | Food | Review

Mudsmith Coffee

May 27, 2014

Location is key when it comes to Mudsmith Coffee. Mudsmith is located on Lower Greenville next to Single Wide. It may look small from the outside but inside is open and spacious. The interior has vaulted ceilings, large wooden tables, random dead animals on the walls alongside various posters and antiqued signs, and the bar […]

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Thank You

May 26, 2014

Today is Memorial Day. Thank you to all the men and women who laid down their lives for this country and our freedoms. I hope the families of these brave soldiers find peace and happiness. Thank you all for your sacrifice.

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Art | Events | Free

Here’s Looking at You Kid

May 24, 2014

If you are a movie buff or just a fan of classic films, you’ve heard that line before in Casablanca. But did you get to see it on the big screen? For most of us, that’s a “no.” Luckily there are several places that show classic films, whether than be black and white or cult […]

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Inner City Adventures

May 23, 2014

One of the best (and sometimes frustrating) things about Dallas is there is so much to see and do. Each neighborhood of Dallas is unique and will most likely claim it’s the best. It’s ok to love one area the most whether it be Uptown, Lakewood, Deep Ellum or Oak Cliff, but you won’t get […]

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