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Music

Last Weekend Was a Reminder of Why We Love the Dallas Symphony

Violinist Randall Goosby is a global star in the making, and he was just one of the highlights of this DSO program. The concert will be available for on-demand streaming in February.
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Arts & Entertainment

Here’s Who Is Coming to Dallas This Week: February 3-5

The sun is coming out just in time for a busy music weekend. Get ready to make some plans.
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The Longhorn Ballroom Announces Its Spring Re-Opening Concerts

Asleep at the Wheel and Emmylou Harris will welcome the Longhorn Ballroom back to Texas.
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Partner Content

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum Is Not the Museum You Remember. It’s Better.

And here are six meaningful reasons to plan your visit.
By D Partner Studio
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Arts & Entertainment

Here’s Who Is Coming to Dallas This Week: January 27-29

It's a weekend for '90s nostalgia, Larry the Cable Guy, and Korean boy bands. Enjoy.

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Local News

After 30 Years, Jeff Guinn Explores Why the Branch Davidian Siege Still Matters

The Fort Worth-based best-selling author spent time with both agents and surviving Branch Davidians for a book that explains why, decades later, both sides still don't agree on what happened at Mount Carmel, and how that has driven even events at the Capitol on January 6, 2021.
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Sponsored Content

Join the Movement!

United Acts of Kindness, Inspired by First United.
By First United Bank
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Dallas History

A New Documentary Lets Joppa Preservationists Share Their Own History

The short film 150 Years of Resiliency will have its first public screening this weekend at the Denton Black Film Festival.
By Todd Jorgenson
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Cover Story

How North Texas Played a Role in Willie Nelson’s Story

We will absolutely take any excuse to put Willie Nelson on the cover of our magazine.
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Willie Nelson’s Dallas Diaries

Willie meets the famous and infamous in 1950s Dallas, with Paul English, his trusted drummer, bodyguard, accountant, partner-in-crime, right-hand man, by his side.
By Willie Nelson with David Ritz
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