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What to do with your kids this Spring

The official first day of Spring is March 20 and we have just what you need to keep busy this season.

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Discover These 4 Dallas Indie Bookstores

Find your next novel obsession at these Dallas-unique independent bookstores.

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Dallas Traditions at Desperados: A local favorite and Tex-Mex staple

Catching Up with Margarita Mile Partner and Dallas Landmark Desperados.

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Dedicated to the Ride: The Haas Moto Museum

A motorcycle experience for novices and gearheads alike.

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Get Your Game On

8 spots to game in Dallas.

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Celebrate Women's History Month in Dallas

This month we're celebrating all things female – from world renowned changemakers and artists to our personal heroines.

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7 best juice bars in Dallas

Locally sourced and deliciously made, keep your 2019 health goals on track with the tastiest juices in town.

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6 Reasons to get your family excited about spring at the Dallas Arboretum

While the floral displays are the main highlight, you'll be pleasantly surprised by all the spring festivities happening at the gardens.

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The Art of the Brick makes its Texas debut

LEGO brick by brick, a childhood favorite has come to life with the Perot Museum's latest exhibit.

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How to spend a day in Highland Park Village

Experience something new on your next trip to Dallas.

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23 Things to Do in Dallas this March

Kick off spring in Dallas with a month full of holiday celebrations, fun festivals, lively entertainment and much more.

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Where to Celebrate National Margarita Day along the McKinney Avenue Trolley

National Margarita Day – something we wait for all year – will be here on Feb. 22. And since Dallas is the official home of the Frozen Margarita and Margarita Mile, there is no better place to celebrate.

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The Country Conversion of Deep Ellum

From the time beloved Canton Avenue spot Naomi's closed in 1997 until the second half of 2018, hearing country music had been rare in Deep Ellum.

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