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10 Shows That Should Have Their Own 24-Hour Pluto TV Channel

2 months ago by Danny Gallagher
We're all stuck at home now with more limited entertainment options than a resident of Branson, Missouri. One of the things that can help us get through this small-town feel is the free show and movie app Pluto TV. It's like someone mutated a UHF TV station and unleashed it...

Texas Democrats Try To Drag State Rep. Lynn Stucky Into Christian Camp Scandal

7 months ago by Simone Carter
Thursday, Texas Democrats accused state Rep. Lynn Stucky of having ties to a Christian camp scandal.



The 2000s Are Due for a Comeback, and We Can’t Let It Happen

1 year ago by Garrett Gravley
In the 1970s, we had Happy Days. In the 1980s, we had Bryan Adams’ “Summer of 69.” In the 1990s, we had That ’70s Show. In the 2000s, we had a post-punk revival. In the 2010s, ’90s nostalgia became so big that Nickelodeon started a programming block titled NickRewind, which was...

Virgin CEO Richard Branson Visiting Dallas to Lobby for Love Field Gates

7 years ago by Eric Nicholson
Eccentric British billionaire Richard Branson's last visit to North Texas -- in 2010, to launch Virgin America's service from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport -- he brought along an absurd cowboy getup, barbecue, and a small herd of longhorn cattle. This time, God-willing, his arrival should be much more low-key. The...

Richard Branson Invites Me Into His Boudoir to Spill Virgin Tales of DFW Comings and Goings

11 years ago by Andrea Grimes
Dressed in full cowboy gear, complete with a Virgin America belt buckle, British business mogul Sir Richard Branson greeted representatives of what looked to be every media outlet within a hundred miles -- and anyone else who could get their lunch hour off -- at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport 'round...

Branson Sues Dallas- and Fort Worth-Based Travel Companies. But Will Yakov Smirnoff Take the Stand?

14 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
An entire city has filed a lawsuit against, among others, Dallas-based and Fort Worth-based "for back taxes the city claims the companies never paid on hotel room bookings," reports the Associated Press today. And the name of that city? Why, lookie here, y'all, it's none other than good...

An Airliner Adapted in Waco to Launch Satellites Is Now Flying

4 years ago by Joe Pappalardo
A unique airplane called the Cosmic Girl landed at Texas State Technical College's airport in Waco earlier this year and parked inside one of the big hangars there. When it rolled out months later, the airplane was ready to launch a space rocket from under one wing while flying at...

Is SoFar Sounds So Good?

4 years ago by Eric Grubbs
SoFar Sounds is a London-based company that throws secret, intimate concerts in 350 cities across the world. It's been in DFW since 2012, but over the past few weeks, Dallas musicians have questioned the company's business model on social media. SoFar shows are more showcase previews than what you'd see...

Joel Ferrell, Director of The Christians, Reflects on His Own Upbringing in the Faith

4 years ago by Katy Lemieux
Joel Ferrell is tackling what might seem like familiar territory at the Dallas Theater Center right now. The DTC artistic associate and actual son of a preacher is directing Lucas Hnath’s The Christians. But he says comparing his dad, a former Methodist pastor in Fort Worth, to Hnath’s world of...

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