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It’s a simple red door nestled between a head shop and a pizza joint, but through it have passed poker-playing legends, professional cowboys, pistol-packing robbers and anger-fueled law enforcement agents.

On Nov. 22, 1963, a 37-year-old Brandt was lunching near Downtown with a business associate.

The resulting remodel is a sophisticated house faced in a dark, putty-grey brick and large panes of glass that focus visitors on the green haven in the back.

What does the artistic director position entail? My job includes choosing plays and participants. I may choose a director, or I may direct the production myself. I curate, setting the

This month, bid big at a big event or take in a chorus.

Our cultural fondness for comfy cotton Ts is the foundation upon which SMU grads Jeff Henderson and Adam Walterscheid have built their booming biz.

Is there a career woman among us who hasn’t either fallen asleep in her office clothes or worked in her pajamas?

A dog by many names, gone to the great dog beyond.

It’s a small-town phenomenon: Parents raising kids on the same block where they grew up with grandma, aunts, siblings and cousins all right around the corner.

They live in restricted areas, travel in packs, chatter loudly and constantly, and might pick your fruit tree clean and poop on your lawn in one fell swoop.

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Is there a career woman among us who hasn’t either fallen asleep in her office clothes or worked in her pajamas?

A dog by many names, gone to the great dog beyond.

What does the artistic director position entail? My job includes choosing plays and participants. I may choose a director, or I may direct the production myself. I curate, setting the

Our cultural fondness for comfy cotton Ts is the foundation upon which SMU grads Jeff Henderson and Adam Walterscheid have built their booming biz.

Delicious

Gloria Rubio and Jose Fuentes introduced much of Dallas to Salvadoran food in 1987 when they opened their first restaurant, in Oak Cliff.

True Crime

The gun, iPhone, camera, wedding ring — all gone. Pete Zotos had just gotten home from work. A busy restaurateur, he owns and operates St. Pete’s Dancing Marlin in Deep Ellum.

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But giving it up to God doesn’t mean throwing it up in the air; it means giving it away to the things God especially cares about.

This is something that has always intrigued me, since shopping that early in the morning seems as appealing to me as breeding red ants.

It has been years since I officially left, driving down the long gravel road that led away from where I grew up.

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A roundup of happenings in our neck of the woods.