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Clay Pit in Addison expected miracles from chef Vijay Sadhu when they hired him in June. Five months later—or “awhile ago,” according to a manager—they tired of his antics and unceremoniously canned the one time savior.
Tommy Urbanski Fund Tommy Urbanski There are at least two Sunday New York Times pieces worth a look, far as locals are concerned. One's a story about Tommy Urbanski, the Las Vegas strip-club manager on duty February 19, 2007, when then-Tennessee Titan Adam “Pacman” Jones made it rain at Minxx f ... More >>
Peripatetic New Testament scholar Darrell Bock, professor at Dallas Theological Seminary and senior editor at Christianity Today, has a new book out this fall. Apparently, Bock travels the country for three months touting one book, then nine months later gives birth to another one. That’s a heck o ... More >>
Seriously, how kinky have your Saturday nights been lately? Thought you were really out of control when you rented The DaVinci Code and Click, all in one night? Wooooooweee. You better slow down, bucko, or you might find yourself staying up past midnight and missing Sunday school the next morning. O ... More >>
Someone should write a book about Darrell Bock's book about Dan Brown's book. They'd be meta-rich. Dallas Theological Seminary professor Darrell L. Bock is back in Dallas just in time for the new semester, after spending most of the last year on the road promoting his best-selling book Breaking the ... More >>
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Dan Brown's book The Da Vinci Code, currently at No. 5 on Amazon's list of top sellers, has spun out a small industry, and no one is more grateful than Darrell Bock, research professor of New Testament studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. The author of Breaking the Da Vinci Code, which was Amazon ... More >>
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