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State Fair of Texas

The State Fair of Texas Has a Plan for Sensory-Sensitive Visitors

The State Fair of Texas isn't exactly an oasis of calm. Here's how families and individuals with sensory sensitivities can still enjoy their visit—especially on Wednesdays.
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How To Save Money at the State Fair of Texas: The 2022 Edition

This year, we will not go broke at the State Fair of Texas.
By Alice Laussade
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Arts & Entertainment

High School, Musical: Meet Some of Booker T.’s Star Graduates

Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts turns out stars. Here are four of its brightest.
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One Day In...

How to Spend a Day In Richardson

This suburb has its own symphony and Innovation Quarter. But it’s still a small town at heart.
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Arts & Entertainment

Where Did Tejano Music Go?

I was convinced the soundtrack to my childhood had all but disappeared. Turns out, I just had to tune in.

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Here’s Who Is Coming to Dallas This Week: September 23–25

Start the weekend with some New Orleans brass or some New Wave glam, and end it smack-dab in the '90s.
Charlie Crockett
Music

Country Music May Look Different, But Is It Still the Same?

Led by performers like the Arlington-born Mickey Guyton, country music certainly looks different than it used to. But does that transformation go beyond the surface?
By Andrea Williams
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Music

Dallas’ Spin the Spectrum Is the Country’s First Neurodivergent DJ School

Earlier this year, Jay Clipp partnered with Speech Wing Therapy’s Courtney Willis to create the first and only DJ and music production school to specialize in teaching students with autism spectrum disorder.
By Desiree Gutierrez
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Music

After an Accident Took His Arms, Jeff Saenz Wills His Way Back to the Studio

A downed power line almost killed the musician and producer. After losing his hands, he thought that meant music was lost to him as well. But he’s not done yet.
By Jonny Auping
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Movies

How Two Filmmaking Rookies Brought Running the Bases to the Big Screen

The faith-based baseball drama, which opened on Friday, marks the feature debut for North Texas natives Marty Roberts and Jimmy Womble.
By Todd Jorgenson
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