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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week

1 month ago by Paige Skinner
Wednesday Leaven your kids' love of video games with a smidgen of higher art at Plano's L.E.R. Schimelpfenig Library, 5024 Custer Road, as members of the Plano Symphony Orchestra perform music from popular games such as Mario and The Legend of Zelda. Video Game Music Celebration begins at 3 p.m...
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Best Things To Do in Dallas This Weekend

1 month ago by Paige Skinner
Friday Moody Performance Hall, 2520 Flora St., sees its share of classical performances, but this weekend the Turtle Creek Chorale will be pushing the power chords to the rafters with a lot of classic rock. Dallas’ beloved group brings its 250 voices to celebrate the hair, the fringe, the swagger...
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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week

2 months ago by Paige Skinner
Wednesday The Women's Adventure Film Tour is making its stop in Dallas at Texas Theatre, 231 W. Jefferson Blvd. The event will feature a screening of short films, including Katie Walsh's Surfing to Cope, about American surfer Brianna Cope. There are showings at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Wednesday. Tickets...
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The 10 Best Concerts of the Week: Wiz Khalifa, Kacey Musgraves and More

2 months ago by Diamond Rodrigue
This week's highlights include Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y, who are on a special one-month tour and stop through Dallas on Thursday night – 10 years after first collaborating on the 2009 mixtape How Fly. North Texas native and Grammy-nominated Kacey Musgraves plays The Bomb Factory on Friday night. And Denton's Backyard...
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Meat Loaf, Well Done?

12 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
Marvin Lee Aday, graduate of the great Thomas Jefferson High School, is calling it quits. So reports The Times of London today, anyway. Says the paper, on Wednesday night the man known as Meat Loaf was performing at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle upon Tyne when, just before launching...
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Reheated Meat Loaf

13 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
In case you were wondering just what was going to happen with the next Bat Out of Hell album, fret no more. Meat Loaf and songwriter Jim Steinman are portrayed as surprisingly chummy in this not-too-informative post-lawsuit write-up...not that we're suspicious or nothin'. --Sam Machkovech...
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Sliced Meat Loaf

13 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
Yesterday, Unfair Park received a press release from the offices of legendary publicist Ken Sunshine bearing the, well, news that Meat Loaf has filed a federal lawsuit in Los Angeles. And what's bugging the former Marvin Aday, graduate of good ol' Thomas Jefferson High School? Seems his old pal and...
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Accidental Rolling Stone: Cody Lynn Boyd Chases Ghosts

3 months ago by Eva Raggio
Singer-songwriter Cody Lynn Boyd bears a remarkable resemblance to Brian Jones. It’s not surprising if you don’t remember Jones, an original founder of the Rolling Stones, because he died in 1969. Boyd doesn’t remember him either. Boyd isn’t English, nor is he much into drugs, but the resemblance to the...
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Ted Cruz and Beto O'Rourke Engage in Entertaining Debate Scrap at SMU

7 months ago by Stephen Young
To paraphrase former Arizona Cardinals head coach Dennis Green, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke are who we thought they were. That was the biggest takeaway from the Senate candidates' debate showdown at SMU on Friday night. Cruz displayed his patented blend of know-it-all smarminess, along with...
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Watch: Beware The Wrath of Meat Loaf...

8 years ago by Pete Freedman
We already knew that he could barely fit his dick in his pants, but on last night's episode of Celebrity Apprentice, Dallas' Own Meat Loaf -- born Marvin Lee Aday and educated at Thomas Jefferson High School and North Texas State University (now the University of North Texas) -- showed...

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