New plans to redo the historic district keep it simple, stupid.
Young store owner John Piermarini has comfortably settled into the historic retail center.
Why we are still fighting over it at all?
As the Wright Amendment comes to an end, a look back at when the airport was flying high.
There are only a few heartwarming stories in reality television, and Susan Boyle’s is foremost among them. The former cook from very humble beginnings wowed audiences with her shockingly perfect voice on an episode of Britain’s Got Talent five years ago, and it’s been a fast ride to the top for the 53-year-old ever since. Her first performance, a rendition of “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Misérables, was a nuclear-grade viral event, which we suppose makes this a social media success story as much as anything else.
Part of the Complete Works of Shakespeare project undertaken by AT&T Performing Arts Center and Shakespeare Dallas, which will present all of the Bard’s works over a five-year period, this performance is a mash-up of the poems The Phoenix and the Turtle and Sonnets to Sundry Notes of Music. Shawn Magill, of the band Home By Hovercraft, conceived and directs this staged reading.
As one of Dallas' longest-running DJ weeklies, this has become the signature way for local dance fanatics, service industry worker bees, and doubly left-footed writers to kick off the work week. Classic disco and funk tracks coupled with cheap drinks are the easiest way to make believe it's not really Monday. Join Tony Schwa and a rotating variety of expert track selectors.
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