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1. A new cat cafe will be prowling East Dallas from a kitty rescue group. A well-known Dallas cat rescue organization is expanding its reach with a new cat cafe. Called the Cat Café, it is owned by the non-profit organization A Voice for All Paws (AVAP) and will provide a home for rescued cats, a sanctuary for cat lovers to have coffee and a place for abandoned cats. to access veterinary care.
2. Dallas hot rod king Richard Rawlings empties Gas Monkey Garage. There’s been a double dose of news on Dallas hot rodder Richard Rawlings this week. First came the news that the fast and strong The reality TV star and owner of Gas Monkey Garage sold a slew of classic cars – almost his entire collection. Then came word that he was preparing to open another bar-restaurant mega-place in Dallas-Fort Worth.
3. The Dallas designer offers a new brand of sustainable loungewear inspired by Juicy Couture. Dallas-born designer Monica Millington is launching a new loungewear brand that she hopes will offer an ethical alternative to fast fashion while playing on millennial nostalgia. Called Sette, it’s a line of sustainable, unisex loungewear officially launching online on Saturday, August 27.
4. Where to drink in Dallas right now: 5 bars with super hot happy hours. Fall is (almost) here, and if there’s one thing a change of season always conjures up, it’s happy hours. This August edition of Where to Drink brings together five new contestants with exciting happy hour programs, some with great drink specials, some with food and drink, and one that’s really just about a proper martini. lunch market.
5. Cirque du Soleil’s first-ever Christmas show debuts in Dallas for the 2022 holiday. boiling – and now here is a Circus. Cirque du Soleil’s inaugural Christmas show, “‘Twas the Night Before…“ will make its North Texas debut at the Texas Trust CU Theater in Grand Prairie during the 2022 holiday season.