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Nov

Oak Lawn’s best restaurants

We’ve taken a look at one of Dallas’s most progressive neighborhoods to find its best food. The Uptown district is known for being one the city’s most LGBTQ-friendly areas. It’s close to Downtown, so Oak Lawn has some great food and fantastic arts and nightlife. Because of its proximity to so many great amenities, it’s […]

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Nov

Stars unveil new 2021 jersey

Just this past week, the Dallas Stars revealed a new jersey design for 2021. The new jersey takes a few cues from the past and brings them to the present with a modern touch. It will replace the current design, which has been around since 2013. A throwback to 90s jerseys The new jersey features […]

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Nov

Seth Curry leaving the Mavericks

Just last night, ESPN announced that the Dallas Mavericks are trading Seth Curry to the Philadelphia 76ers. We were upset to see him leaving so suddenly, after spending only one season with the team. Curry has proven himself to be one of the better shooters in the league over the years. Seth Curry has been […]

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Nov

Sheltering rules updated by Dallas City Council

Dallas’s City Council has once again updated rules regarding sheltering the homeless population. This change will be a welcome one that follows years of debate. Even then, it still isn’t exactly what some Dallas groups were looking for. An update to the rule On November 11th, City Council decided to update the rules for housing […]

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Nov

Allen Eagles winning streak in jeapordy

The Allen Eagles will be playing the Guyer Wildcats and there’s a chance we may see their historic lead disrupted. So far, the Allen, Texas team has maintained a near record-breaking winning streak for the high school. The Allen Eagles’ winning streak has kept up for a remarkable 79 regular season games so far. The […]

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Nov

New Jobs and other Grapevine news

Grapevine School news In other news, the city of Grapevine is no stranger to dealing with the COVID pandemic at this point. Grapevine-Colleyville ISD recently decided to postpone football games and other sporting events for the time being. After Coronavirus cases saw a sharp uptick across the US, they made the decision to hold off. […]

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Nov

Next year’s NFL draft and more Cowboys updates

If you’ve kept up with the NFL this season in any capacity lately, then it’s no secret that Dallas’s home team hasn’t had the best run so far. This season, they’ve seen several of their best players end up on the injured reserve roster due to actual injuries or COVID. It’s been unfortunate to have […]

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Nov

Dallas schools to consider adding weeks to the school year

After the start of the 2020-2021 school year was postponed due to the unexpected Coronavirus, Dallas ISD administrators are looking into adding up to six weeks to this next school year’s calendar. Since the Coronavirus began, school districts across the nation have been struggling to find ways to effectively educate students while maintaining social distancing […]

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Nov

Dallas passes new city budget for 2021

Dallas City Council has voted to increase the overall budget for next year to $3.8 billion. The vote was heavily contended on both sides due to this years’ efforts and calls to defund police departments across the nation. Perhaps the most difficult question on next years’ budget was whether to increase or decrease police spending. […]

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Nov

New “Solterra” community planned for Mesquite

Texas-based Huffines Communities has recently announced plans to build a massive master-planned community in Mesquite. The community will be placed on the site of Lucas Farms, and be built around the existing farmland and orchards. The new community will be the largest that Mesquite has ever seen. The master planned community, named Solterra, will feature […]

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