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$99 for a Private Jet Worthy Experience — New Regional Carrier Links Houston and Dallas With Rates that Could Challenge the Bullet Train

Regional air carrier JSX is launching private-style air travel between private jet terminals at Houston Hobby and Dallas Love Field in a luxury travel option that could rival Southwest Airlines and Vonlane’s high-end bus service. And even the super speedy bullet train when it finally arrives. Particularly if JSX continues its introductory $99 each way … Continued

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Vera Wang, Vail Village, and an Intimate Pandemic Wedding

Niki Duck didn’t want a long engagement. She and her fiancé, Kami Duck, whose family founded Dallas-based luxury design showroom Dahlgren Duck, set their wedding date for August 29 after a December 2019 proposal. They landed on a luxurious log hideaway in Beaver Creek, where shuttles could usher their 150 or so guests up the … Continued

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Quibi, Short-Form Streaming Service, Shutting Down

It was an abrupt ending — just six months after launch — for a company founded by big names in the entertainment and business worlds.

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Sloane’s Corner Offers Killer Cocktails and a Charming, Hidden Patio in Downtown Dallas

Tucked away inside of the newly renovated Trammel Crow Center in downtown Dallas, American bistro Sloane’s Corner is secretly serving some of the best bites and cocktails in the city. On a recent Saturday night, when live music is featured outside on the patio off of Ross Avenue, we got a taste of what the … Continued

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The Google Anti-Trust Case Marks An Important Turning Point For Tech (And We Who Use It)

Today’s suit is an important rejection of the claim that the internet can only operate efficiently with monopolistic gatekeepers. Explicit in the Justice Department’s suit is that the internet is less innovative when power concentrates in a small handful of companies. – The Atlantic

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Stan Kroenke’s Wine Guy — This Dirt Guru is Running Wild in Santa Barbara County

I love to talk about wine with people who share my passion for it. We open bottles, we trade stories about travel and soil types, terroir and residual sugar, and we talk of taste and food and restaurants. We recommend wines to one another, we drink, and we learn a lot. In Wine Talk, I introduce you to … Continued

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Missing Jacob Lawrence Painting Found After Neighbor Visits Met Museum

“Last week a friend of mine went to the show and said, ‘There’s a blank spot on the wall and I believe that’s where your painting belongs,’ ” she continued. “I felt I owed it both to the artist and the Met to allow them to show the painting.” – The New York Times

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Three Berlin Museums Targeted in Vandalism Attack

Sixty-three artifacts were damaged in a vandalism spree taking place across three institutions on Berlin’s Museum Island earlier this month, as reported yesterday by German daily Die Zeit and broadcaster ... | Read More

Edgar Allan Poe Letter Pleading For $40 Sells For $125,000

“Here he’s writing to a magazine editor basically begging for money. The person behind these incredible psychological thrillers and macabre tales was in fact struggling and could maybe relate to the chaos around him.” – Baltimore Sun

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How Jacob Lawrence Used Painting to Powerfully Tell the Histories of Black Americans

Jacob Lawrence, who is known for his vibrant figurative paintings focused on Black Americans’ experiences, daily life in Harlem, and events from U.S. history, is one of the most celebrated painters of the 20th century. He once said that his works “express my life and experience. I paint the things I know about and the things I have experienced.” With Lawrence’s series... | Read More

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