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November 2019- Dallas

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DIVE INTO OUR DIGITAL WORLD PAPERCITYMAG.COM NEW URBAN LIFE A furniture wholesaler storefront in Dallas' West End had been boarded up for 30 years before commercial developer Tanya Ragan brought it back to life. Dubbed The Purse Building for its ghost signage on the exterior, the six-story historic building is being transformed into an offi ce and retail center. "It's been fun to see the level of interest from urbanites and historians," Ragan tells PaperCity. This is a developer with a history of rescuing — she helped prevent Dallas Farmers Market from being demolished — and she hopes others follow suit. Read more at OLD SCHOOL WONDER STYLISH SCISSORHANDS Downtown Dallas has a new Southern Italian eatery, tucked away on the corner of Main and North St. Paul streets. The face of Partenope — the siren for whom the restaurant is named — glows above the door, temptation beckoning. Located in the historic Titche-Goettinger Building, photos from owner and chef Dino Santonicola's family line the walls. A hand-painted tile pizza oven is front and center in the open-concept kitchen, where you can see Santonicola baking Neapolitan pies. You're in a safe food space. Read more at partenope-ristorante. A larger-than-life personality, hairstylist Ceron ignites any room he enters, sporting Tom Ford dinner jackets, Hermès accessories, and DSquared2 daywear ... and his intoxicating accent is a delicious mix of Spanish, French and English. He and his equally fabulous husband, event designer Todd Fiscus, recently renovated a new home and welcomed a daughter, Ana Emilia Ceron-Fiscus. Yes, it's a busy time to be Ceron. But isn't it always. One of Texas' true characters lets PaperCity's Billy Fong in on everything percolating in his fab world. Read more at NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP D on't be the last to get the new PC Daily. Our redesigned, expanded editorial newsletter puts the entire city right in your inbox. You get Dallas' top fashion, restaurant, real estate, society, and art news — and more — fi ve times a week. Sign up at newsletter. James Showroom @lisaconstance24 David Kleinberg at TXDW @holly_papercity Tecovas boots @papercitydallas #PCSEEN WHAT OUR EDITORS ARE UP TO, DIGITALLY. 16 Partenope Ristorante Ceron Purse Building LIKE: FOLLOW: @papercitydallas TWEET: @papercitymag GET SOCIAL: Klyde Warren 2.0 PARK TIME Klyde Warren Park attracted admirers almost as soon as it opened, spanning Woodall Rodgers Freeway and turning a potential blight into a green symbol of what Dallas can accomplish. It's become a vital part of the city — and now it's growing with an additional 1.5 acres, located just west of St. Paul Street. The multi-million- dollar project adds an enclosed three-story pavilion to house a Visitor Center unlike any other, with interactive technology that tells the Dallas story. The expansion also calls for additional green spaces and public gathering spots. Read more at klyde-warren.

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