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City Hall shakeup combines planning and development with permitting

Dallas Development Services Director Andrew Espinoza is leaving City Hall, a Friday memo from interim City Manager Kimberly Bizor Tolbert says.
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Theater & Dance

From a Triple A Stadium to a Record Store, Kitchen Dog Closes a Daring Year of Staged Plays

“Love & Vinyl” will seat just 35 people during its final weekend run at Good Records. It’s one of a few nontraditional settings for the theater company’s itinerant 33rd season.
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Business

GameSquare Holdings Sells Interest Stake in FaZe Media for $9.5 Million

Plus: Netflix House coming to Galleria Dallas in the fall of 2025 and vet-staffing agency Evette launches partnership with AI company Krista.ai.
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Arts

Organizers Fear Pricier Visa Fees Could Change the Dallas Arts Scene

Organizations like TITAS/DANCE UNBOUND fear a 250 percent increase in visa fees for international artists could change the local and national arts landscape—and not for the better.
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Dallas History

Dallas Recognizes the History of Martyrs Park, Hidden in Plain Sight

A new memorial gives Dallasites more reason to seek out the often-overlooked Martyrs Park.
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Healthcare

Expert: GLP-1 Weight Loss Hype Simplifies a Complex Issue

As the popular weight loss medications’ popularity rises, employers need a plan of action to get the most out of their health benefits.
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News

In Industry-Heavy West Dallas, New Study Finds Health Problems and Bad Air

A new study found that residents along the Singleton corridor in West Dallas suffer respiratory ailments at a rate nearly five times greater than the rest of the county.
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Movies

A Conversation With Michael Barker, the Oak Cliff Native Responsible for Your Favorite Films

The co-president of Sony Pictures Classics has nearly 200 Oscar-nominated features to his name, and he grew up here. He’ll be back for the Oak Cliff Film Festival this weekend.
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Podcasts

What Were the Best Moments of This Mavs Playoff Run? Let’s Talk About Them!

The Only Mavericks Podcast gang takes one last look back at the run that was, along with tossing around a few names who could make sense this offseason.
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Technology

First Look: VR Gaming Concept Active Arena Is DFW’s Latest Experience Economy Player

The 6,000-square-foot AI-powered venue is rolling out virtual reality simulators for skiing, boxing, paragliding, and more.
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