🌱New Design District Steakhouse + Class South Irving Rainscape

Hello, neighbors! It’s me again, Ash DeMello, your host from the Irving Daily.

First, today’s weather forecast:

Thunderstorms, some violent. High: 83 Low: 70.

Here are Irving’s top stories today:

  1. Maximize the use of water in your yard with the help of a Rainscape Class at the South Irving Library on April 14. Participants will learn creative techniques “green stormwater infrastructure” — techniques that help reduce water consumption, improve water quality and even reduce flooding. In addition, they can also be beautiful! (Irving Weekly)
  2. Renters are flocking to the Irving area, according to research by Storage Cafe. the Dallas suburbs of Irving and Lewisville have become the top cities nationwide to attract renters in 2021, as a percentage of the population. In reality, three times as many tenants came to Irving as it remained over the past year.
  3. Working from home is great, but sometimes it’s great to get out there and commute. South Irving Public Library Now Offers Wi-Fi Hotspots to give you another convenient option for online work, research, entertainment and other tasks. (Irving Weekly)
  4. Snag reservations at one of the newest additions to the DFW food scene: SER Steak + Spirits. the contemporary american steakhouse with prime wood-grilled beef, craft cocktails and a long list of newly opened bourbons/whiskys in the Design District. (CultureMap Dallas)
  5. WWE’s WrestleMania 38 at AT&T Stadium Came and went, break all kinds of records In the process. Read more on The Dallas Morning News (subscription required).

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  • City of Irving, Texas, reminds people to make sure their items are out and ready for curbside solid waste services by 7 a.m. on the day of their collection and no earlier than 6 p.m. the day before. (Facebook)
  • Only a few days left to see Towers of tomorrow with LEGO bricks at the Perot Museum. The exhibition only lasts until April 24. (Instagram)

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