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The Spread: Highlighting Some Of Dallas’ 4th Of July Specials.

A Speakeasy Is Opening Inside Chimichurri, Almost Half A Million Awarded To Developing The MLK Wellness Complex In South Dallas And More. , our weekly feature that aims to share all the area restaurant, food and beverage industry news that’s fit to print. Except, this is the Internet, so space isn’t a concern. Also: Good thing, because this is Dallas and this town always has breaking restaurant news going down like whoa.
DALLAS, TX
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Wit’s End Comes To An End After A Decade.

The Closure Of This Beloved Metal Bar And Venue Leaves Elm Street With Five Empty Bar Spaces. Wit’s End Regulars Share Their Thoughts. The beloved venue Wit’s End closed for the final time on June, 26, according to CultureMap. It has been a part of Deep Ellum for a decade, providing an old-school vibe before the neighborhood became more commercialized. The venue primarily focused on metal music, giving local metal bands a place where they’re always welcome.
DALLAS, TX
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Song Of The Day: Secret Machines — “Day 21”

After A Blooming Career And A Breakup, Super Seasoned Secret Machines Restarted A Few Years Ago. We’re Stoked For This New Material. Welcome to Song of the Day, where we hip you to all the new local releases you should be caring about. By highlighting one new North Texas-sprung tune every week day, our hope is that you’ll find something new to love about the rich and abundant DFW music scene five days a week.
DALLAS, TX

Song Of The Day: Jack Diller — “Tried My Best”

Although Jack Diller’s Song “Tried My Best” May Sound Uplifting, Its Lyrics Reveal A Desperate Attempt To Make A Relationship Work. Welcome to Songs of the Week, where we hip you to all the new local releases you should be caring about. By putting them all together here in one place, our hope is that you can spend less time searching for relevant new releases and more time giving each one of these jams the proper shine they so deserve. OK? OK.
MUSIC

It’s Time To Return The Favor.

Buy A Round At 3 Nations Brewing & Donate To Carrollton’s Relocated Thanksgiving Day Soup Kitchen. Every Dollar Makes A Difference & They Need 70,000 Of Them. We can’t help but feel like the world, specifically the U.S., is up in flames. While it feels like there isn’t much that can be done systematically, we are here to remind you that there are beacons of light in our communities.
CARROLLTON, TX

Dallastrology: What Hills Are You Dying On This Cancer SZN?

Cancer SZN Is All About Embracing Feelings, Good And Bad. Here’s What Traits Each Sign Won’t Ever Drop, Even If You Have To Arrest Them. Even if you’re one of those adamant horoscope deniers — yes, Taurus folks, we’re looking at you — we here at Central Track, since our earliest days as a website, have long chosen to believe that one’s zodiac sign really does say a lot about a person. For more Zodiac content, peep our Dallastrology archives.
LIFESTYLE

Songs Of The Week: Jün Raub, Wooden Earth & More.

Check Out New Ones From Jün Raub, Jacks Haupt, Lil.Eaarl & Tay Money, Caangxy And Wooden Earth. Welcome to Songs of the Week, where we hip you to all the new local releases you should be caring about. By putting them all together here in one place, our hope is that you can spend less time searching for relevant new releases and more time giving each one of these jams the proper shine they so deserve. OK? OK.
MUSIC

[EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE] Song Of The Day: Coupe — “Must Be”

The AbNormals Saga Continues With A Spin-Off Rendition, Coupe, And Its Debut Single Will Reignite The Embers. Welcome to Song of the Day, where we hip you to all the new local releases you should be caring about. By highlighting one new North Texas-sprung tune every week day, our hope is that you’ll find something new to love about the rich and abundant DFW music scene five days a week.
DALLAS, TX

[PLAYLIST] Dallas Versus Houston Hip-Hop.

The Importance Of Houston’s DJ Screw And His Unofficial Holiday In Dallas, “Screw Done Already Warned Me” At Texas Theater And A Playlist With Iconic Hip-Hop Artists From The Two Major Cities. There are a few important dates in hip-hop that have been immortalized thanks to monumental,...
DALLAS, TX

Dall-E Mini, More Like Dall-As Mini.

Dall-E Mini, An AI Art Generator, Has Taken The Internet By Storm For It’s Meme-Ability. Naturally, We Had To Make Some Dallas Ones. You may have noticed in recent weeks a bombardment of uncanny valley-esque grids of images depicting the weirdest situations like “trail cam footage of Joe Biden,” or “The Unabomber on Love Island.”
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On Tap: Community Beer Co.’s Citra Slice.

This Citrus IPA From Community Beer Co. Has A Bitter Bite And Is Just Light Enough To Be Able To Enjoy As The Temperature Climbs. Welcome to On Tap! Each week in this recurring feature, we’ll take an in-depth look at one of the many beers available in the crowded North Texas brew scene. The goal here is to look at these area beers without our local goggles on, and to wonder aloud, “Is this beer good or do I just like it because it’s local?” Let’s find out! Cheers!
DRINKS

We Need An American Girl Doll From Dallas.

We Made American Girl Dolls Based On Some Of You. Which Doll is Most Like You? Or Should We Just Take A Guess?. Based on the American Girl doll Instagram meme account @hellicity_merriman, we decided we needed Dallas versions of these girlies — for representation, of course. American Girl...
DALLAS, TX

The Spread: Leon Bridges Drops Song About Texas Coffee Chain.

The 2022 Restaurant Show To be Hosted In Dallas, A New Rooftop Bar Is Opening Soon, Chicago’s Naf-Naf Grill Expands To Texas & More. , our weekly feature that aims to share all the area restaurant, food and beverage industry news that’s fit to print. Except, this is the Internet, so space isn’t a concern. Also: Good thing, because this is Dallas and this town always has breaking restaurant news going down like whoa.
DALLAS, TX

[Q&A] Brad Sigler And The New Dead Wax.

Beloved Record Shop Dead Wax Is Resurrected And Having A Soft Opening For Its New Location. Ahead Of That, We Check In With Its Runner. Brad Sigler is stressed, but very happy when we talk to him on a hot Monday afternoon. It’s mere days before his beloved Dead Wax Records opens again in a brick-and-mortar location, not very far from where it had left over a handful of years ago. He’s quite open about the journey he’s been on since he last ran a store.
CARROLLTON, TX

Song Of The Day: Huncho Da Rockstar — “Move”

Dallas Rapper Huncho Da Rockstar Just Dropped A Viral-Worthy Track And Video That Is Sure To Make It To Your Next Party Playlist. Welcome to Song of the Day, where we hip you to all the new local releases you should be caring about. By highlighting one new North Texas-sprung tune every week day, our hope is that you’ll find something new to love about the rich and abundant DFW music scene five days a week.
DALLAS, TX

Five Must-Support Local Art Galleries.

Design District’s SITE131 Bowed Out The Art Scene Last Weekend, A Casualty Of The Pandemic. Do Not Let These Dallas Art Galleries Be Next. Dallasites dressed in all white, clinked glasses and indulged in snow cones as SITE131 bowed out of the Design District with its final exhibition on Saturday — Exploring Constructs by New York’s Harriet Korman and Houston’s Ronald Llewellyn.
DALLAS, TX

Song Of The Day: Pneumatic Tubes – “People Make the World Go Round”

In A Marriage Of Psych And R&B, Midlake’s Jesse Chandler Teams Up With Charles Jones On This Beautiful, Atmospheric Stylistics’ Cover. Welcome to Song of the Day, where we hip you to all the new local releases you should be caring about. By highlighting one new North Texas-sprung tune every week day, our hope is that you’ll find something new to love about the rich and abundant DFW music scene five days a week.
DALLAS, TX

[Photos] The Characters Of Fan Expo Dallas.

From Deep Cuts To The Immediately Recognizable, Cosplayers’ Attention To Detail Shone As They Walked The Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center. Even before walking into the convention center, South Griffin Street overflowed with vibrant colors adorned by cosplayers with personal connections to the regalia they donned. Groups of Spider-People walked in unison as a giant Space Marine from Warhammer 40k loomed over them.
DALLAS, TX