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Dockless bikes promise the future of transportation, but litter the city of Dallas

DALLAS — Colorful fixed-gear bikes litter the city’s streets here. They’re in Uptown, where 20-somethings sip craft cocktails on breezy outdoor patios, and in White Rock Lake, where moms in yoga pants meet to push strollers. From the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, bikes are visible in the Trinity River below. The bikes are everywhere downtown, […]

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Moving to Dallas Texas can be trying if you’re new to the process. There are so dummy

Moving to Dallas Texas can be trying if you’re new to the process. There are so many places to live there that it can take time to find your perfect home. Use this guide and you can find a nice home to live in quickly. A home is going to have to be in a […]

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Reports on Dallas Inequality Shy Away from Important Possible Factors, Like Leadership and Work

Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, shown on his way to court last year for the federal bribery trial in which he was acquitted, equates manual labor with slavery. "It all comes down to slavery. The middle name that most African-Americans call their job, they call it slavery.”—John Wiley Price Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley […]

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Some Oklahoma teachers find the grass really is greener in Texas

After years of poor pay, supply shortages and overcrowded classes, former Oklahoma teacher Chelsea Price decided the best way to pursue the profession she loves was to leave her home state and head south to Texas. The harsh economic realities of teaching in Oklahoma, where school salaries are some of the lowest in the United […]

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Meet the Dallas Woman Who Dated Dos Passos, Hiked with Hemingway and Appears in ‘the Sun Also Rises’

In the opening pages of Ernest Hemingway’s groundbreaking work The Sun Also Rises, the main character is found sipping expensive brandy in the Parisian Café de Versailles. “I know a girl in Strasbourg who can show us the town,” he tells his drinking companions. “She been there two years and knows everything there is to […]

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Trade Deadline Awaits: What You Need to Know to Gear up for Interesting Rangers Week Ahead

Louis DeLuca/Staff Photographer Texas Rangers catcher Robinson Chirinos (61) talks with pitcher Yu Darvish (11) during the fourth inning during the Boston Red Sox vs. the Texas Rangers major league baseball game at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas on Tuesday, July 4, 2017. (Louis DeLuca/The Dallas Morning News) ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – The Rangers […]

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Where to Eat in Dallas Right Now: 10 Restaurants to Find This Veggie Rock Star

Hey now, the cauliflower at House of Blues’ Foundation Room sure is pretty. Cauliflower is the unlikely vegetable rock star, moving from trendy dish to restaurant menu staple. In season year-round, pale and brainy, it’s been embraced by restaurants that wouldn’t give another vegetable a second look. And they’re not just steaming the cauliflower and […]

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Want to Buy a Texas Town? There’s One for Sale South of Dallas

Big property sales are pretty standard in North Texas, with everything from skyscrapers to megamansions changing hands. But here’s your chance to buy an entire town. Dallas real estate broker J. Elmer Turner is hunting a buyer for the tiny town of Mustang that’s south of Dallas in Navarro County. Located on Interstate 45 and […]

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Top D-FW commercial real estate deals for the week of Jan. 22

Illinois-based ML Realty Partners has purchased two industrial buildings at 1402 and 1406 Dunn Drive in Carrollton. The buildings are fully leased and total 100,586 square feet on a 4-acre site. JT Samford of ML Realty Partners brokered the sale with Adam Herrin and Stephen Bailey of Holliday Fenoglio Fowler LP. A local investor purchased […]

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Texas Peaches and Watermelon Couldn’t Be Any Better Than They Are Right Now

Watermelon is a Texas Fourth of July classic, and you’ll find sweet, ripe melons bursting with flavor at most North Texas farmers markets, including Plano Farmers Market on the Municipal Avenue curve in Plano. To spot the new Sunday market, look for the red tents. Artisan producers range from Heirloom Gourmet’s summer cucumber salad and […]

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