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London Fashion Week’s Most Memorable Moments — How Britain and Top Designers Faced Off With the Pandemic

When it comes to fashion week 2020, London experienced several of the same coronavirus related issues as New York. Since Britain has been unable to get a handle on the pandemic, Prime Minister Boris Johnson implemented additional restrictions to ward off a surge in new cases. So London Fashion Week, which ended Tuesday after around … Continued

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Socialite’s Famous World’s Largest Closet and its Woodlands Mansion Finally Sell

If you are like me, you enjoy peeking into the homes of those who would qualify for the old Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous television series, champagne wishes, caviar dreams and gobs of excess. So it is with a certain curiosity that I am delighted to have the opportunity to have you join me … Continued

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Texas’ Best Bourbons — The Lone Star State Emerges as an Underrated Distillery Mecca

We are nearing the end of September, and that means the end of National Bourbon Heritage Month ― but there’s still time to take a tasting tour through some of the best bourbons that Texas has to offer, and raise a celebratory glass. While the rest of 2020 has largely thoroughly stunk at least we … Continued

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New Argentinian Restaurant Brings Authentic Empanadas and a Vermoutheria to Bishop Arts

Tacos Mariachi owner Jesus Carmona and Buenos Aires-native Ramiro Fernandez Pazos already had their new Argentinian bistro in the works for five years before Covid-19 arrived this spring. But after taking over the former Tillman’s Roadhouse space in Bishop Arts and making it their own, the duo is now ready to open Chimichurri, an authentic … Continued

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New Boutique Condominium Development Attracts Park Cities Buzz — Inside the Perfect Dallas Nest

A new luxury condominium development in one of Dallas’ most coveted neighborhoods has just released its first selection of homes. Open, expansive, and on one level, the City Homes are a collection of 21 upscale condominiums in a three-story mid-rise concrete construction building. These sophisticated urban residences are the third phase of The Signature Collection, …... | Read More

Two New Dining Hot Spots Find Historic Homes in Dallas

Two new restaurants Dallas has long been looking forward to (since pre-pandemic times) are finally welcoming guests in historic destinations — safety protocols firmly in place. Lucky’s Hot Chicken 4505 Gaston Avenue, East Dallas The newest concept from Vandelay Hospitality Group (Hudson House, Drake’s), this Nashville hot chicken restaurant is now open in the historic …... | Read More

With Drop-Dead Gorgeous Interiors, the Inaugural Kips Bay Decorator Show House Dallas Opens Friday

It’s finally here, the day we’ve all been waiting for: The inaugural Kips Bay Decorator Show House Dallas opens to the public on Friday, September 25, with drop-dead gorgeous interiors by 27 top interior designers, and architects from within Texas and throughout the United States. Each designer was given approximately seven weeks to transform their … Continued

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Beating Tropical Storm Beta — When the Rain Clears, a Bounty of Prime Houston Happenings Await

If the constant rain dumping on Houston from Tropical Storm Beta is getting you down, you’re not alone. As fun as three days of incessant rainfall sounds, turns out it’s actually not that fun. There is nothing to do but watch it fall. Thankfully, the rain will clear out by the weekend, so that leaves … Continued

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Bridging the Memorial Park Divide — $70 Million Project Removes Trees, But Brings Houston’s Showcase Green Space Together

For the runners overheard cursing the workmen bulldozing trees in Memorial Park, for the woman seen crying as she watched the towering oaks and pines leveled, and for all others decrying the changing landscape, Memorial Park Conservancy assures that the $70 million Land Bridge and Prairie, necessitating removal of so many trees, will put the … Continued

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Best Things To Do in Dallas This Weekend — Big Tex Drive-Thru, Outdoor Ballet, and More

From State Fair-themed events to live ballet and new barbecue joint grand openings, these are the best things to do in Dallas this weekend. Big Tex Fair Food Drive-Thru Beginning this Friday, September 25, you can sign up for the Big Tex Fair Food Drive-Thru with reservation times starting at 10 am. Each package (ranging … Continued

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