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PaperCity Dallas January February 2022

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Shuffleboard has always been big in the United Kingdom, but a British company is trying to grow its gospel with a new showcase center in Deep Ellum with steampunk style. The new Electric Shuffle uses interactive technology developed by rocket scientists (no, really) that allows up to 20 players to play at one time, making shuffleboard much more social. Read more at While no one knows if baseball will start on time this spring, with the sport locked in a labor dispute, there's little doubt which team won the winter. The Texas Rangers brought in two new major stars on mega contracts, signing Corey Seager and Marcus Semien for a combined $500 million. Now, North Texas has a team worthy of sparkling Globe Life Field. Read more at TWA Hotel, NYC @papercitydallas Deb Ball @reallywrongfong Commodore Perry Estates @csclark #PCSEEN WHAT OUR EDITORS ARE UP TO, DIGITALLY. LIKE: FOLLOW: @papercitymag TWEET: @papercitymag GET SOCIAL: DINNER THEATER DIVE INTO OUR DIGITAL WORLD PAPERCITYMAG.COM MONEYBALL WALKING WORD SEXY SHUFFLE? Villa Azur Corey Seager V ictory Park's new French-Mediterranean restaurant Villa Azur gets theatrical after 10:30 pm. On Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, the spot in the lobby of the equally trendy W Hotel transforms into an all-out nightclub. That means DJs, dancers, live saxophonists, contortionists, and stilt-clad entertainers. Dancing on the tables is a common occurrence, one that traces back to the first Villa Azur in Miami Beach. But it's not all about the party. The kitchen led by executive chef Carlos Torres puts out several high-priced dishes, including a $300 Tomahawk steak and a seafood tower. PaperCity's Megan Ziots gives us an inside look. Read more at papercitymag. com/villa-azur. NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP Don't be the last to get the PC Daily. Our redesigned, expanded editorial newsletters put the entire city right in your inbox. You get Dallas' top fashion, restaurant, real estate, society, and art news — and more — five times a week. Sign up at Arlington's Urban Union development is set to grow in a major way. It's already brought life back to a largely forgotten section of Downtown Arlington. Now, it's becoming more walkable with wider sidewalks, adding chic new loft apartments, and embracing a Vegan powerhouse restaurant. Dodson Development president Ryan Dodson promises that it will be a place "for locals by locals." Read more at Urban Union Electric Shuffle 20

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