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Get excited about Aurora Dallas this fall | Art Nerd New York
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Samba, Country, Jazz and Synth-Pop - Goldmine Magazine
Looking For Different Sound? Four New Releases, Four Different Genres, All Deeply Satisfying, All Original and Profoundly Creative
Big Week For Big D: Recapping New Cities Summit And Mayors Conference
Dallas hosted two big events in recent days -- the New Cities Summit, which attracted hundreds of scholars and planners, and the U.S. Confer
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