News roundup: Paul Quigg, redistricting, 303 Bar & Grill, photos, Bolsa, margaritas

The Observer’s DC9 blog profiled Paul Quigg, Kessler Theater sound man and Dallas rock-n-roll veteran.

A City Council redistricting map attributed to Delia Jasso draws Scott Griggs back into District 3.

The old house that’s being converted into a restaurant with a big patio on West Davis at Madison in Bishop Arts is called 303 Bar & Grill and will feature upscale bar food.

Texas Monthly picked the Vaughan brothers photo exhibit at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center as one of six things to do in Texas this weekend.

Bolsa’s new market concept, Bolsa Mercado, is expected to open around the first of December.

We’re not sure why City of Ate put the neon green $2 frozen margarita at Tejano on its list of the city’s five best margaritas. But it brought back good memories.


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