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Sneak Peek At The Rustic

DSC00431by Steven Doyle

Last night The Rustic opened to a sold out crowd for for the Pat Green Kick Off concert. Green played soulfully to an extremely happy crowd as they sipped some terrific local beers and munched on select menu items such as shrimp tacos and chicharones. Tonight doors open 4pm, selected sneak peak menu service and live music starting at 7pm until midnight. 

Saturday The Rustic opens at 8am serving breakfast tacos and Bloody Marys until 10am. You can catch the TX/OU game starting at 11am, and a Pat Green concert at 2:30pm, all for $30 per person. The doors open to the public at 4pm Saturday and closes at midnight. The opening party continues Sunday opening at 11am with live music starting at 2:30pm and a Cowboy watching party at 7pm.         Continue reading

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New Things At craveDFW For You To Chew On

kid cooksby Steven Doyle

CraveDFW loves you. This summer things will get a bit hectic, but keep your eye on your favorite website that provides you with rich information on the Dallas food scene. We will be integrating more activities in the DFW area in coming weeks, plus adding more interviews and fun new features with guest writers and staffers. Plus we just added a few new interns for you to meet that have a fresh perspective on what to do in Dallas.       Continue reading

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Win A Prize Bundle To Taste Addison 2013

taste1by Steven Doyle

Taste Addison is beautiful way to spend a fantastic Spring weekend, dining on tasty bite from local restaurants and listening to cool bands. This year will be bigger and better than ever with bands such as blue October, The O’s and the Turnpike Troubadours.

This year’s Taste Addison offers plenty of family friendly events including arts and crafts, a kids carnival and as always, Bonkers the Clown. For the big kids we can enjoy a wings eating contest courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings, wine seminars and a fair bartending exhibition performed by the folks at Sherlock’s.   Continue reading

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Sandaga 813 Blows Its Horn

IMG_9957by Mary Szefcyk

Tuesday nights are reserved for taking in live Jam sessions at Sandaga 813 which is located on Exposition near Fair Park.  Nothing more; nothing less.   Do not come expecting dinner or hand-crafted cocktails (note that the pours are strong), but do partake in some of the most remarkable Jazz creative improvisation.  A $5 cover not only gets your soul cranked with unforgettable exquisite duets and solos performed by innovators of immense music powers.  In jazz creative input is egalitarian. Let’s face it, jazz invented cool and why not take in some of this entertainment that this stage has to offer.   Continue reading

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SĒR Steak + Spirits Adding Live Music Starting May 7

serby Jennifer Thomas

Starting Mar. 7, one of our favorite restaurants, SĒR Steak + Spirits, will feature live entertainment from local pianists and singers Jennifer Perryman and Annagrey.

The restaurant will feature live music Thursday through Saturday from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the upper level of the bar.  Continue reading

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Fishbone’s “Truth and Soul” and Excluded Middles

by Dr. Spin

Back when I was in high school, desegregation of public schools through busing was still a unilateral practice. Based on my street address, I was bussed across town for three years as a representative of the middle-class, white population from the south side. At the end of my junior year, however, busing was deregulated, and I had the opportunity to attend a local high school for my senior year. The campus was about ten minutes from my house and had a quality band program at the time, so I was more than happy to make this change. Get happier at the Pharmacy…

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