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When it comes to finding a good breakfast in Dallas, the endless options can make deciding where to go a challenge. So we asked four of the city’s best chefs to share their favorite breakfast spots and top selections from the menu. From popular classic diners to the surprise mention of a familiar drive-thru, consider these meal options to jumpstart the day.
It’s not hard to find places in Dallas where you can two-step or twerk, but it takes a little more research to find a good salsa dancing spot. You may also feel a little intimidated if you’ve never dipped your toes into Latin dancing, but fear not: the salsa community is a welcoming one and is always delighted to teach newcomers all the essential moves. Many places that offer salsa nights even have a quick lesson at the beginning, so don’t pass up these learning opportunities. Arrive early to practice the basics, mingle with other left-feet newbies or grab a drink if you’re feeling any nerves.
Dallas International Film Festival's 16th-Anniversary Event Will Present Award Contenders and New Talent
Now that the summer movie box office has died down, it’s festival season! This means that after several months of superheroes, minions and Top Gun: Maverick rewatches, we’re finally getting our first glimpse of the movies that will be contending at the award shows at the end of the year.
Everyone's got a story to tell. Now you've got a chance to share yours. The nonprofit storytelling group The Moth is bringing its Pop-Up Porch Tour to town starting on Wednesday. The tour includes two stops in Dallas from Wednesday through Friday at the Latino Cultural Center, and Saturday and Sunday at Klyde Warren Park, according to the group's website. Both events will be free and open to the public from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
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Editor's note, 9/26/2022, 8:17 a.m.: This story has been updated to accurately describe the mulch pile's location in relation to Bobby Abtahi's residence. The pile wasn't in "Abtahi's neighborhood." **. For the last few months, Bobby Abtahi and others in the neighborhood have been trying to get the city to...
In recent years, Dallas Police Department officers have landed in the headlines over their presence at off-duty jobs that ended up in the news. Now, it appears the department is rethinking the rules regulating off-duty work. A 2018 audit found shortfalls in how the DPD has kept up with the...