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This Valentine’s Day, Let’s Celebrate Dallas

Skip the flowers and show your love for Dallas with a tattoo.
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How to Celebrate Black History Month in Dallas

Tune in to a virtual film festival, experience a photo exhibition at the Galleria, or visit a socially distant pop-up museum.
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A Dallas-Based Mahjong Line Is Facing National Backlash for Cultural Appropriation

The company, founded by three White women, decided to give a centuries-old Chinese game a "respectful refresh" that no one asked for.
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Financial Losses for Arts and Culture Sector Top $67 Million

The pandemic has struck a devastating blow to Dallas' cultural scene. It didn't have to be this way.
By Peter Simek
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Watch Filmmaker Ya’Ke Smith’s New Short: ‘Dear Bruh: A Eulogy. A Baptism. A Call to Action.’

The film is an impressionistic reflection of the profundity and pain of the African American experience
By Peter Simek

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You Can Now Stream the Texas Theatre’s New Movies Online

Independent theaters are looking for ways to quickly adopt their business models during the COVID-19 quarantine
By Peter Simek
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This Month Marks 25 Years Since Selena Died

I still remember exactly where I was when it happened.
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Dallas Is Still Dreaming of Selena

Twenty-five years after her murder, Selena Quintanilla-Pérez is more popular than ever. The Tejano icon is remembered here, in murals and annual celebrations of her life.