It's been almost eight years now since the tiny Denton County town of Clark took on a corporate sponsor and officially changed its name to DISH, Texas, after the satellite network. In return, the town's 55 homes got free cable service for 10 years, plus a DVR.
It must have seemed like a wonderful i ... More >>
At 70, Elaine Tettemer Marshall seems a bit old to be the daughter-in-law of someone who would have turned 46 this year. That that someone happened to be Anna Nicole Smith, the gold-digging Playboy playmate who married 86-year-old J. Howard Marshall in 1994, a year before he died, explains a lot.
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Everyone loves a good excuse to visit Playboy's website while at work. This one is even legitimate. The magazine recently published a Never Sleep: Dallas guide prescribing the perfect Saturday night. In the name of work, I thought I'd take the guide apart one recommendation at a time to see h ... More >>
"I'm totally posting this on Myspace later."The word has gotten around quickly: Justin Timberlake was indeed among the investors that bought a stake in floundering social networking site Myspace this week. According to the press release from Specific Media, Timberlake's partners in this ventur ... More >>
We'd been wondering when Erykah Badu would schedule a hometown performance in support of her new album, New Amerykah, Pt. 2: Return of the Ankh. Earlier this week, when Badu announced her tour schedule, we got our answer: She'll be playing the Nokia Theatre in Grand Prairie on June 14. After the ... More >>
Heritage Auction Gallery/The Estate of Charles MartignetteGil Elvgren's A Near Miss (Right on Target), from 1964, is among the pieces being auctioned off tomorrow.A couple of weeks back, Todd
Hignite -- Heritage Auction Gallery's consignment director and a scholar
on the subject of illustration and ... More >>
"This is the movie that puts a happy face on alcoholism...and seems to imply that not only can a man make the right choices about life-altering matters when blind drunk but that sometimes it actually helps." (Playboy magazine on the 1981 Dudley Moore film Arthur. About the most succinct and accurate ... More >>
In the summer of 1986, the Theatre Gallery was all about confronting the established aesthetic sensibilities of the comfortable arts patron.
Basically, we loved to shock the shit out of people. Our venue existed to raise the bar on outrageousness and freedom of expression.
Example: One of our ... More >>