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A Look Into the Life of Bowie House’s Jo Ellard

Bowie House owner Jo Ellard has amassed an impressive assemblage of accolades and occupations. Her latest endeavor showcases another prized collection: her art.
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D Magazine’s 50 Greatest Stories: Cullen Davis Finds God as the ‘Evangelical New Right’ Rises

The richest man to be tried for murder falls in with a new clique of ambitious Tarrant County evangelicals.
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The One Thing Bryan Yates Would Save in a Fire

We asked Bryan Yates of Yates Desygn: Aside from people and pictures, what’s the one thing you’d save in a fire?
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New York Data Center Developer Edged Energy to Open Latest Facility in Irving 

Plus: o9 Solutions expands collaboration with Microsoft and Dallas-based Korean fried chicken chain Bonchon to open 20 new locations.
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Where to Find the Best Italian Food in Dallas

From the Tuscan countryside to New York-inspired red sauce joints, we recommend the best of every variety of Italian food available in North Texas.
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The Stars and Golden Knights Meet Again

Catching the Stanley Cup champs early might work out for the Stars.
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Previewing Yet Another Mavs-Clippers Playoff Matchup

What is different about Clippers-Mavericks this time around? Kyrie and D.
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Try the Whole Roast Pig at This Mexico City-Inspired New Taco Spot

Its founders may have a fine-dining pedigree working for Julian Barsotti, but Tacos El Metro is a casual spot with tacos, tortas, and killer beans.
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Raychael Stine’s Technicolor Return to Dallas

The painter’s exhibition at Cris Worley Fine Arts is a reflection of her training at UTD—and of Dallas’ golden period of art.
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Tales from the Dallas History Archives: Scenes from 1949, When the Mob Ruled Dallas

In 1949, streetcars still roamed Dallas’ streets, the Adolphus Hotel towered over its neighbors downtown, the State Fair was still segregated, and Benny Binion wanted his money.
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