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Special Report: D Magazine‘s Baked in Alaska Cruise (Day 4)

What a glorious day four. Our motley D Magazine Baked-in-Alaska crew was up at 5:30 to watch the three-hour trip past the magnificent Tracy Arm Fjord. Many sat on deck chairs on the top deck of the Celebrity Solstice and sipped coffee as the glacial rocks, waterfalls, and glacial ice put on quite a show. This area of Alaska is truly magnificent and to view it from the luxury of a cozy chair or bed is quite a treat.

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Vincent’s Seafood, The Oldest Restaurant in Dallas, is Closed

Saturday night the oldest restaurant in Dallas closed. Vincent’s Seafood was opened by Peter Vincent in 1898. The original location was in downtown Dallas on Poydras Street, between Main and Commerce. It’s never easy to watch a huge party of our cultural history die, especially a vibrant restaurant that employed so many people and educated many more on quality seafood.

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