Author Archives: Krystal-Rose Agu and Lupe Hernandez Jr.

Ask DART: How Do the New Bus Service Changes Impact My Commute?

You spoke. We listened. DART’s new bus service changes took place Aug. 12 as a direct result of feedback from riders like you. The agency reworked almost half of its bus routes to make your commute faster and easier. Read … Continue reading

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A Look at the Past: Booker T. Washington High School Alumni Celebrate 70th High School Reunion

For some, June means the beginning of summer and the end of an era of high school memories. For Texans, June 19 is a celebratory day when news of freedom for all reached their state. On a Monday morning in … Continue reading

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In Pictures: Weekend Rail Replacement Construction Continues

Remember, DART Rail in downtown Dallas will be discontinued each weekend between Pearl/Arts District Station and West End Station. Separate shuttle routes will be in operation.Weekend construction began March 30 and will last for roughly six months. Check out a … Continue reading

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More Than a Mask: Mexican Grill Unites Flavor, Culture and Wrestling

Enter the ring that is Maskaras Mexican Grill in Dallas and find home-made dishes and remnants of lucha libre, or professional wrestling, icons like El Santo, Blue Demon, Mil Máscaras, El Rayo de Jalisco, Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara. Masks and … Continue reading

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More Than a Trim: Oak Cliff Barbers Stays True to Roots

If you find yourself needing a haircut, good company or just a warm welcome, Oak Cliff Barbers offers a down-to-earth atmosphere, with roots in Oak Cliff’s Hispanic community. A block away from the Route 542 Davis at Edgefield bus stop, … Continue reading

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DART Connects SMU Music Student with Big-City Dreams

When you grow up in a small town, moving to the big city can make you feel like a fish out of water. At least, Southern Methodist University student, Jeff Tullis, says so. DART helps Jeff bridge the gap between … Continue reading

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May the Fourth Be With You

Whether your transit commute calls for typing up those final report details, listening to music through your earbuds, texting friends, taking selfies or meeting new people, we’re sure the Force will help guide you to your destination. This weekend, we’re … Continue reading

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2018 DART Student Art Contest Judge Highlight: Illustrator Gustavo Zapata

Meet one of the 2018 DART Student Art Contest judges, illustrator Gustavo Zapata. As the head of art at the Dallas advertising and marketing firm, Dieste, Inc., and the creator of his #DARTpeople illustrations, Zapata says the most beautiful thing … Continue reading

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DARTable DMA: Your Local Adventure Around the World

DART and the Dallas Museum of Art want to inspire young artists for DART’s 2017 Student Art Contest with a local adventure across the globe. That’s right. Whether it’s by bus or train, your trip to the Dallas Museum of … Continue reading

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Dallas Holocaust Museum Inspires Tolerance Today and Throughout the Year

As the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust, Jan. 27 is a special time when people around the world say “never again.” Throughout the year, you can learn more about this period in history and … Continue reading

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