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At this very moment the Television Critics Association is holding its biannual press tour in Pasadena, during which the stars of series debuting and returning parade across a stage to tell writers how great those series are. Yesterday, during the press-the-flesh, Variety's Stuart Levine grabbed T ... More >>
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The Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth officially announced this morning that it has appointed Eric McCauley Lee as its new director. Lee's moving to Fort Worth from Cincinnati, where he's been director of the Taft Museum of Art for only two years. Notes the Kimbell's release, which follows in full af ... More >>
The loading dock at Petra Chemical's Dallas facility on Storey Lane Only yesterday, Politico.com suggested that the think tank Center for American Progress would become a major player within Barack Obama's White House. After all, it was founded and is headed by former Clinton chief of staff and c ... More >>
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