Just 5 minutes by car and 20 minutes by foot, the Cedars is another neighborhood phoenix. Although it’s been healthily populated for the last decade by businesses, recording studios, dive-bars, musicians and artists, in the last 2 years, more single-family housing, lofts and all the amenities that go with those things have found their way into the…
Someone whose name rhymes with “Benny Florenzi” was asking about comic book stores. And then everyone was like, “yeah. I want some of that.” So here’s a few of our favorites for when we’re shopping for manga or weird Barbies.
They say you can learn a lot about a city’s personality by it’s thrift and vintage selection. Check out some of our local favorites for finding hidden treasures.
As we assume goes for the rest of the nation where there’s a music scene as robust as that in Dallas Fort Worth and Denton, the love for vinyl and continued resurgence of the brick and mortar record store continues to boom. For records and record-store-bars, the metroplex has quite a collection.
Here are the best book stores near downtown Dallas. Meaning in downtown or within 10 minutes of downtown <via Lyft/Uber/taxi/car-if-you-can-swing-it>