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Your Guide to Arlington’s International Flavors

Tucked into every corner of the city, Arlington’s mom-and-pop shops and old-world family restaurants offer visitors a smorgasbord of authentic international flavor. KOREAN NAMOO KOREAN BOWL 300 E Abram, #170 “Appa loves to make people cry,” says server Genesis Aleman, a PR major at UTA who studies Korean, explaining that Appa means “dad” in Korean…

6 Ways to Experience Arts and Culture in Arlington This Fall

Just about everyone loves fall, but for different reasons. For some, fall means cooler temps, outdoor dining and changing leaf colors, for others it’s about non-stop sports in the form of football, basketball and playoff baseball. I dig a lot of those things, too—but I also love fall because it’s the launching point for a new year of culture and…

Local Vibes: A Taste of Culture

I grew up on Southern food. My granny making biscuits and bacon gravy is one of my cherished childhood memories. Since moving to Arlington from my small East Texas hometown in 2008, I’ve gotten the opportunity to expand my palate as well as my knowledge of cultures different than mine. Because Arlington—located in the heart of the Metroplex and…