When TVT Records filed for bankruptcy back in late February, it was easy to figure out what it would mean for artists on the label's roster, like Dallas' own The Polyphonic Spree: no more label obligations, monies owed, etc. But the fallout for those owed money by the label, which, it should be note ... More >>
Since we don't have a photo of Guy Brignon, we thought we'd run this one of Ann Lott. Again. Hey, could be worse. This came out of left field: Guy Brignon, the Mayor Laura Miller-appointed chairman of the Dallas Housing Authority board, sent the mayor his letter of resignation today. Brignon steps d ... More >>
Look, maybe we just never get tired of running this picture of Ann Lott. Ever think of that? Guy Brignon, the chairman of the Dallas Housing Authority and a real-estate developer and apartment complex owner, said earlier this week he won't OK or even discuss DHA president and CEO Ann Lott's highly c ... More >>
One of the most famous skyscrapers in downtown, worth some $62 million, is now owned by a California real-estate investment company. Looks like somebody really believes in downtown Dallas: In case you missed it, and there was a mention of it Monday in The Dallas Morning News, it says here that Youna ... More >>
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