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Niecy Nash, Shangela, Bobby Berk, and Todrick Hall Highlight the 40th Annual Black Tie Dinner

Nation’s largest one night LGBTQ fundraiser raises the bar & returns to limited capacity ballroom.
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Fashion

How Dallas Remembers Fashion Pioneer André Leon Talley

The legendary fashion journalist, stylist and author André Leon Talley died on January 18. Talley made history as the first Black man to be editor-at-large at Vogue magazine.
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Arts & Entertainment

Let Richardson Rejoice! ‘King Of The Hill’ Will Return

25 years after its debut, King Of The Hill creators Mike Judge and Greg Daniels revive the loved sitcom at Bandera Entertainment.
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Dallas History

How Paul Quinn College Put History on Its Basketball Court

How Paul Quinn College, the state’s oldest HBCU, is using a unique canvas to tell the story of its university and the history of the people it serves.
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Travel

How to Spend a Day in Celina

A charming historic downtown square lies just north of the Tollway’s last stop.

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pop culture

Dallas In Pop Culture: The Cowboys Memes Seen Around the World and Jamie Foxx Comes to Town

Name another NFL team that brings award-winning Jamie Foxx into town and delivers a fresh crop of memes to social media? Plus, Dallas gains bragging privileges as the only in-person experience to host Balmain's latest collaboration with Barbie.
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Humor

Camping Is No Fun and I Can’t Wait to Do It Again

It isn’t always easy to trade the cozy confines of East Dallas for a state park or some other piece of wilderness. But the challenge, really, makes it all worth it.
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pop culture

Dallas In Pop Culture: How the Internet Celebrated Dirk Nowitzki’s Jersey Retirement

From the Golden State Warriors to foil-covered to go plates and tribute videos, here's how the rest of the world commemorated Dirk Nowitzki's legacy as a sports (and pop culture) icon.
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Arts & Entertainment

The 11 Things You Must Do in Dallas This January

Elton John takes over the American Airlines Center, the Winspear welcomes a hit Broadway play, and more of the best the city has to offer.
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Music

Here’s Who Is Coming To Dallas This Week: January 3 – 7

Jay Electronica comes to Trees and a Taylor Swift dance party takes over the House of Blues.
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