Jane R. LeBlanc
4 months ago | Comedy
Next Tuesday kicks off the 6th annual Dallas Comedy Festival at the Dallas Comedy House. The giant celebration of improv, sketch, stand up and short film comedy has grown tremendously over the years, bringing in performers from all over the countr...
5 months ago | Comedy
This past January, UNT's improv group, Roll Out the Barrel, nabbed first place at the College Improv Tournament (CIT) Southwest Regional. This marks the second consecutive Southwest Regional win for UNT, with last year's group, Cell Block Tango, t...
6 months ago | Tech
In 2013, we profiled 3D printing company Captured Dimensions, a Richardson-based company whose goal is to provide people with a futuristic way of making memories. And their technology has only gotten better. Now, the company uses more than 80 DSLR...
6 months ago | Comedy
Every Paula Poundstone show is different thanks to the comedian's ability to interact spontaneously with the crowd. Her shows take on the air of a dinner party -- a host chatting with her guests before launching into stories about traffic, kids, c...
7 months ago | Arts & Culture News
Since we started writing about some of Dallas' fugliest buildings (the AT&T building, Dallas WTC, Turley Law Center, and Irving Convention Center, so far), one building was mentioned in the Mixmaster and Facebook comments more than any other -- Da...
8 months ago | Arts & Culture News
This week, we continue our hunt for Dallas' fugliest building. So far we've attacked the AT&T corporate office, the Dallas World Trade Center and the Turley Law Center. But the next building on the list is so...out there, it proved polarizing even...