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How to Spend a Day In Waxahachie

Ellis County’s largest city has a small-town feel made for the movies.
Pop Culture

Dallas In Pop Culture: The Weeknd Loves Bishop Arts and the Cowboys Can’t Beat the Housewives

Bishop Arts receives another celebrity visit from The Weeknd and Simi Khadra and Dak Prescott and CeeDee Lamb lose to a trio of Real Housewives. =
Arts & Entertainment

Nina Kauffman Curates A Safe, Inclusive Space for LGBTQ Folks at Golden Girl Tattoo Parlor

The Denton-based tattoo artist created the tattoo shop of her dreams, where inclusivity and comfort are prioritized for clients.
By Christine Odwesso
Best of Big D

Relive the Best of Big D 2022

On Thursday, August 4, Best of Big D returned in full force to the Factory in Deep Ellum. More than 850 gathered to celebrate Dallas’ best food, drink, and entertainment—all under one roof.
By D Magazine

Here’s Who Is Coming to Dallas This Week: August 16 – 19

Fort Worth celebrates its area code with a hometown concert, a Houston legend bids farewell, and The DDD Experience returns for its second function.



Take A Break Breathes New Energy Into Dallas’ House Music Scene

Jake Gatewood describes the origins of Take A Break, a monthly party that wants to uplift house music in Dallas.
By Juan Salinas II
Summer Fiction

Dallas Summer Reading Series: Wait For It

Some things are worth waiting for, even as the world changes around you.
By Logen Cure
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Disc Golf Is Taking Off All Over Dallas

Disc golf is easier, cheaper, and faster than traditional golf. Plus, there’s no dress code. Its recent popularity is really no surprise.
By Ginni Beam
summer reading list

Fill Your Summer With Books by North Texas Authors

There is still time for some summer reading. Here’s enough to get you to fall—and beyond.
By Zac Crain, Tim Rogers

How You Can Help Reverse the Decline of the Drive-In

April Wright’s documentary spotlights three North Texas drive-ins as part of a nationwide push to preserve moviegoing by the carload.
By Todd Jorgenson
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