Top North Texas Chefs Open Up Shop in The District At Willow BendShopping? Well that's just the beginning because The Shops at Willow Bend have been reimagined. Some of the best chefs in Texas have taken up residence at the new District at Willow Bend. Tag along as Eat See Play's Taryn Jones tastes her way through this dining destination.
Grand Opening Festivities Underway At Texas Live! In ArlingtonThe new entertainment district in the city of Arlington officially opens for business today. Texas Live! features food, entertainment and a new concert venue.
Self-Driving Cars To Launch In ArlingtonArlington city leaders are talking about plans for phase two of a program to test autonomous vehicles in and around the Entertainment District.
Restaurants Suddenly Shut Doors At Toyota Music Factory In IrvingRestaurants suddenly shut their doors and hundreds of employees are out of a job in one of North Texas’ most popular entertainment districts.
Arlington City Council To Review Controversial Parking OrdinanceThe Arlington city council will take up a controversial ordinance that restricts how long people can park on city streets.
Deep Ellum Business Owners Considering Big Changes To Help SecurityAn assault on a young woman has some looking for new ways to improve security in one of Dallas's most popular entertainment districts.
Deep Ellum Business Owners Team Up To Hire Off-Duty OfficersAfter some high profile crimes in one of Dallas's most popular entertainment districts, a group of bars and restaurants has come together to try to safeguard Deep Ellum.
Residents Fear New Business May Push Out Oak Cliff Culture"New" isn't always "better," according to some Oak Cliff residents.
Plan Would Reduce Lanes On Arlington's Abram Street By HalfAbram Street is one of Arlington's busiest east-west roads. It links downtown to the entertainment district and is a major thoroughfare for commuters within the city. But there are plans to turn the busy street from four lanes, to a two-lane road.
Lowest Greenville Construction Gives Businesses A Bumpy RideA $1.3 million construction project was supposed to make things better for businesses along Lowest Greenville Avenue in Dallas. But for now, it's leaving many businesses feeling bitter, not better.