There's an old upright piano next to the altar, just in front of a banner that reads "Dallas, Our Jerusalem." Barbecue mogul Eddie Deen sits down at the bench and begins to play a rag-style tune. He suddenly locks on one note: plink, plink, plink. "Hey, this thing's out of tune," he says. No one in the Dallas International Street Church... More >>>
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Deen's work at the second presidential inauguration for
George W. Bush required 18-hour days and frequent
intrusive checks by security agents.