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  1. A Great American Hero: Dallas' Great American HeroRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dallas Observer

    Days after the Internet apocalypse, the line of cars at the drive-thru buckles awkwardly into Lemmon Avenue. Passing car horns begin their blurts immediately as irritated drivers zoom around the gridlock and mouth things from behind the wheel, but none of it deters those who are sandwich-patient.

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  2. Former Imam of Irving Mosque Accused of Sexual MisconductRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dallas Observer

    In the Muslim community, an imam is someone followers trust, a leader in the community to whom Muslims turn for consolation and counseling. But at one of the largest mosques in North Texas, Imam Zia Ul-Haq Sheikh is accused of breaching that trust when he began an illicit relationship with a woman he had been counseling since she was 13 years old.

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  3. Kevin Felder, King Cuckoo of the Dallas City Council, Strikes with VengeanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dallas Observer

    Last week I told you a story about Dallas City Hall that made no sense whatsoever - nothing new there - but this week I have it sort of figured out, and I want to share. Last week I said the city had formed a special taxing district to raise money for neighborhood improvement in a certain area.

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  4. Mixtape with Sauro SaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dallas Observer

    Dallas is a long way from Italy, but Sauro Sale is yet another import from overseas bringing his talents behind the decks and in the production studio to Dallas - a migration that is becoming increasingly more common. With techno dominating the digital DJ music sites, it would seem that underground club music is becoming less underground.

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  5. The Crow Museum of Asian Art Expands, Celebrates 20 YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dallas Observer

    "We're actually coming up on our 20th anniversary this December, so I think it was the right time for us to consider renovations and construction," says curator Jacqueline Chao. "It's all leading up to celebrating, kicking off our 20th year."

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  6. Best Things To Do in Dallas This WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dallas Observer

    Everybody's a fan of something, and that means you'll find something worthy of your fan love at the annual Dallas Fan Days convention at the Irving Convention Center. The annual, three-day convention celebrates everything that the modern fan loves and can't get enough of, from television, movies, music, video games, comic books and more.

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  7. A Guide to All of DFW's Haunted HousesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | Dallas Observer

    Every haunted house ad looks the same. Each one was voted the scariest house of the year by some group that votes on things like that.

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  8. Female-Owned, Social Justice-Minded Radix Launches Vegan Cheese In DallasRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | Dallas Observer

    Julianna Bradley and Whitney Amber Kendall are the co-owners of Radix Foods, a plant-based food operation here in Dallas. Radix, which celebrated its one-year anniversary this month, will be a vendor at the Texas Veggie Fair on Oct. 27, in Reverchon Park.

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  9. Dallas County GOP Tries, and Fails, to Take Advantage of JWP Hitler MailerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | Dallas Observer

    Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price gave local Republicans a gift earlier this month when he sent out a mailer encouraging his constituents to vote a straight Democratic ticket in the mid-term elections by comparing President Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler. Predictably and rightfully, much of the local media, led by The Dallas Morning News , was left aghast by the comparison.

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  10. Nashville Songwriter Heather Morgan Comes Home To Sing Her Own SongsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | Dallas Observer

    A few years ago, Heather Morgan wrote in her journal that she wanted to write a song that felt like her own story. Morgan, a Richardson native, moved to Nashville at a young age to pursue a career in songwriting.

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  11. Teenage Band Sweet Chaos Has a New Single About School ShootingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | Dallas Observer

    Sweet Chaos band members Payton Taylor and Sydney Hefley aren't interested in meeting haters halfway. They have no time in convincing doubters that their brand of metal will thrash your brain and drive to your heart.

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  12. This Weekend: Menudo Pop-Up, PorchFest and the Best Little Brewfest in TexasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Dallas Observer

    Fort Worth's cocktail week wraps up on Friday with a battle royale. Gin vs. Vodka is a competition for the soul of the martini and an opportunity to showcase some of the world's best clear liquors.

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  13. Dallas Diners Are Scared of Rain, and Some Restaurants Are Paying the PriceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Dallas Observer

    Every September, Fair Park businesses prepare for the most challenging weeks of the year: the State Fair of Texas. For three weeks, the State Fair vacuums up every parking spot, funnelling crowds away from local businesses and towards the concession aisles where hawkers convert money into paper tickets.

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  14. Beto vs. Ted II: Not as Good as Godfather II, Not as Bad as Speed 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Dallas Observer

    After two debates in their race to the U.S. Senate, it's hard to imagine what Texas voters might've learned about U.S. Senator Ted Cruz or U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke that they didn't know going in. Tuesday night in San Antonio, as they did in Dallas a couple of weeks ago, Cruz and O'Rourke largely stuck to their scripts, avoided any big mistakes and preached to the choirs that have given them millions in what's become one of the most expensive Senate races in U.S. history.

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  15. Rainfall Breaks Record and Causes Sewer OverflowsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Dallas Observer

    DFW Airport recorded about 9 inches of rain between Oct. 1 and 15, a record-breaking number the likes of which hasn't been seen since 1959, when 8.68 inches of rain fell in the same time period. Meteorologist Bianca Villanueva from the National Weather Service in Fort Worth said the heavy rain is due to unsettled weather patterns reaching many areas of Texas.

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  16. Bike to City Hall Event Called on Account of RealityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Dallas Observer

    Anyone planning to gather outside Dallas City Hall early today and cheer as council members pedal their bikes into work for the Bike to City Hall event can sleep in instead. The event has been canceled because of inclement weather.

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  17. Some Democrats Want to Knock Down Beto, Roll Him for His WalletRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Dallas Observer

    I may join the Republican Party and start pinching women on elevators. I swear I'll do it.

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  18. 21 Things To Do in Dallas This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Dallas Observer

    It's the spoooooookiest time of the year, and we aren't talking about the midterm elections. It's Halloween, and you're tired of telling your kids you'll take them to a haunted house.

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  19. One Tough Cookie Is a Funny, Dark Short Film About Girl Scout CookiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Dallas Observer

    At the beginning of One Tough Cookie , it's easy to think it will be a lighthearted comedy about a Girl Scout trying to get a prestigious badge. But as a battle of wills draws out between an angry, old suburbanite, Martin Sinise, and a Girl Scout willing to go to dark lengths for her final sale of cookies, the darkness of the short reveals itself.

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  20. Touring the Best Architecture in DallasRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Dallas Observer

    The 12th annual AIA Dallas Tour of Homes is back October 20-21.The AIA Dallas Tour of Homes is Dallas' only citywide home tour and the area's only tour curated exclusively by architects.This year the tour will feature seven residences.The tour highlights a range of designs, sizes, and styles, including newly built homes, renovated houses, and economically priced residences.

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