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Business

A Generational Shift at North Texas Restaurants

Next-generation restaurateurs are keeping family dynasties going—while adding new twists of their own.
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Business

Alexis and Oliver Barbier-Mueller: Building an Empire

The 400-person hospitality group is one of four verticals the sons of Gabriel Barbier-Mueller lead at Harwood International.
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Business

John McBride: The Last of the El Fenix Line

The El Vecino founder has learned from three generations of restaurateurs, but the legacy may end with him.
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Business

Sam Romano: Making a Name for Himself

The 26-year-old hopes to build on the success of his famous father, Phil Romano, at the Uptown steakhouse, Nick & Sam’s.
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10 North Texas Pumpkin Patches to Visit This Fall

Kick off the season at one of these spots, all an hour or less from downtown Dallas.

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Home & Garden

Meet Your New Neighbors, Dallas

These five families recently came from the far corners of the country to make Dallas their new home. Boy, were they surprised.
By Haley Arnold, and
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Summer

The Ultimate List of Dallas Summer Must-Haves

We present our list of warm-weather essentials, from coolers to pools, guaranteed to up your entertaining game when the thermometer tips into the triple digits.
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4 Pick-Your-Own Farms Near Dallas to Visit This Summer

From gladiolus to blackberries, these family-friendly spots have it all. Plus, they’re just a short drive from Dallas.
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Events

Autumn at the Arboretum Comes Alive This Weekend

The buzzy fall festival returns for its 16th year with a Bugtopia theme. Expect cooking classes, horticulture demos, petting zoos, and, of course, the iconic Pumpkin Village.
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Cut Your Own Gladiolus Flowers at Mars Hill Farm’s GladFest, Which Kicks Off This Weekend

The farm, which offers sustainable employment to refugees in North Texas, launches GladFest on June 12. Cut your own gladiolus flowers, enjoy a petting zoo, and more.
By Savannah Saucedo