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Historic 'Blockbuster' Store Offers Glimpse Of How Movies Were Rented In The PastGood Friend of Unfair Park "Spectator" forwards along this piece from the Onion News Network, sure to play like a Betamax at Renaissance Tower HQ. It's a look inside the, ahem, Blockbuster Video museum -- "a historicall ... More >>
A few days ago, in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Renaissance Tower-based Blockbuster sent word: It's pushing back its shareholders meeting one month, to June 24. Said Tom Casey, the video-rental company's exec veep and CFO, "We believe the additional time will provide us w ... More >>
Patrick MichelsBilly Zane and Timothy Busfield on the set of The Deep End at The Studios at Las Colinas last monthIf you're just dying to see how Dallas looked as Los Angeles's stand-in, your wait is over: ABC just sent word that the Fox-produced The Deep End -- known to the Friends of Unfair Par ... More >>
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