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Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Why The Right Sees Red Over Beto’s Move + World Food Championship

Rise and shine, Dallas! It’s Sunday, July 25.

Today’s Headlines: Why should we call him “Beto” when his name is Robert? That’s just one of the bones conservatives have to pick when it comes to Beto O’Rourke. Should the press refer then to the ex-president as “Drumpf,” which is his ancestral name? Find out why the right sees red over O’Rourke’s latest move.

Next, did someone intentionally open gas access points to blow up a house in Plano last Monday? Investigators originally judged the explosion to be the result of a gas leak. Now they’re saying it might have been intentional. We cut through the hearsay to get to what’s actual and factual.

And, finally: The good news is that The World Food Championships are coming to Dallas’ Fair Park this fall. The bad news is that, with all those talented chefs cooking all those amazing dishes, you’re gonna need the stretchy pants.

First, today’s weather: Humid throughout the day. High: 98, low: 77.


Here are the top stories today in Dallas:

  1. A teenager was jailed in the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old in Dallas. (NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth)
  2. Dallas County is now hosting pop-up COVID-19 vaccine sites and going door-to-door to get North Texans vaccinated. (FOX 4 Dallas)
  3. Check out the deepening diversity at the Dallas Museum of Art. (The Dallas Morning News)
  4. The 10 best Dallas “ghost kitchens” are taking takeout to another level. (CultureMap Dallas)
  5. The Perot Museum and Dallas Afterschool have united to provide 15,000″wonder kits” to Schools and nonprofits. (WBAP News/Talk)

Today in Dallas


Dallas Patch Notebook

  • Dallas Cowboys: “#DallasCowboys practice #DCC performance Photos with Rowdy Live music And More!!! Don’t miss out” (Instagram)
  • DBU Baseball: “A familiar face has made the trip for the #TokyoOlympics! Good luck to @rgoins2 and Team Mexico. #PatriotLegend” (Instagram)
  • Dallas Zoo: “Our Wild Earth Preschool students have a message for our zoologists to close out National Zookeeper Appreciation Week.” (Instagram)
  • DFW Airport: “They say tonight’s full moon will have an orange hue to it — our favorite color! Who’ll be watching?” (Facebook)
  • Dallas Farmers Market: “Ok hear us out.. Green tomatoes aren’t just for frying; you can also enjoy them in a sweet and juicy pie. Yes.. PIE! …” (Instagram)
  • DFW Airport: “Early worm gets the birds. (IG) scoobydusan” (Facebook)
  • Dallas Museum of Art: “Yeehaw—happy #NationalDayoftheCowboy, partner! Today we’re admiring Bertha Landers’s graphic portrait of one of t…” (Instagram)
  • The Dallas Arboretum: “This week’s beautiful blooms include lantana, salvia, rose and okra! #whatsinbloom #dallasarboretum” (Instagram)
  • Dallas Police Department: “Roll Call of Honor Robert L. Cormier #GoneButNotForgotten” (Facebook)
  • Dallas Animal Services and Adoption Center: “How Kola (#A1114681) feels about it finally being the weekend! Start your weekend out on the right paw.” (Facebook)
  • Dallas Police Department: “Roll Call of Honor James “Chuck” Taylor #GoneButNotForgotten” (Facebook)
  • SPCA of Texas: “Who is this dapper gentleman you might ask? It’s Cooper, a wiggly and affectionate Rottie mix looking for a foster home” (Facebook)
  • Dallas Public Library: “With characters like Miles Morales (Spiderman) and Jaime Reyes (Blue Beetle), the Latinx influence in comics are growing” (Facebook)
  • West Village: “Did you know @malaikitchen serves brunch!? Seems like you have to go and check it out for yourself ⁣” (Instagram)
  • Dallas Police Department: “Homicide on S. Storey Street https://wp.me/p43x0e-crz” (Facebook)
  • Dallas Public Library: “Woohoo! Starting Tuesday, 7/27, Bookmarks is back!” (Facebook)
  • Dallas Park and Recreation Department: “Spend some time with the family at one of #DallasParks 8 Family Aquatic Centers! Find a location and hours of operati…” (Facebook)
  • City of Dallas Office of Emergency Management: “When you’re emergency planning for your family, don’t forget your pets! Have at least three days of supplies” (Facebook)
  • Texas Trees Foundation: “We have invited experts from across the country to offer us support.” (Facebook)
  • Dallas Park and Recreation Department: “#Gamers, it’s your time to shine! Join #DallasParks recreational #Esports leagues and play to win! Download the #FREE…” (Facebook)

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— Kevin Phinney

About me: Kevin Phinney has lived and worked as a writer and editor in Austin, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Seattle and New York City. He was born in Brooklyn, New York and was raised in El Paso. Phinney attended college in Austin. He has done television work as a reporter and commentator, and is a former host of a weekday drive-time radio show called “Kevin & Kevin in the Morning” on KGSR-FM (now known as Austin City Limits Radio). He is also the author of “Souled American, ” a book tracking race relations in America through music. It was published by BILLBOARD Books, and is often used in college classrooms across the country.

Have a news tip or suggestion for an upcoming Dallas Daily? Email me at kevin.phinney@patch.com.

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