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The Daily Fail: The Wall Street Journal

10 years ago by Lance Lester
There are a lot of things you can rely on the Wall Street Journal for, world news, stock market reports, political news and any kind of news with a liberal bend your little bleeding heart could desire. But, one thing they may want to stay away from is studying dance...
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The Wall Street Journal Checks in on the New "Mr. Tex"

8 years ago by Eric Nicholson
It's easy to forget, immersed as we are in creepy YouTube renderings of Big Tex's face, that the rest of the world probably isn't obsessively tracking the progress in replacing the gangly 50-foot cowboy. And so, over the weekend, the Wall Street Journal filled them in on the rebuilding effort...
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Wall Street Journal Wonders if American Airlines Might Be in Play

13 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
Intriguing item just posted to The Wall Street Journal's Deal Journal blog. Something to do with the headline: "American Airlines: Preparing For a Sale?" It's a short item, but a complicated one involving AMR, American's parent company, and the pending sale of its asset-management business, which is owned by Dallas-based...
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Frisco Woman Gets Her Own Wall Street Journal Hedcut

13 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
Forty-year-old Monique Blasko of Frisco is a school crossing guard; she and her husband, who have three children, also run a business buying other folks' garage-sale items to sell on eBay. Fact is, I learned a great deal about Blasko today, as this morning she's "the commuter" featured at some...
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Wall Street Journal Critic Shocked, Shocked by Dallas' Taste in Wine.

10 years ago by Hanna Raskin
The Wall Street Journal's Lettie Teague, late of Food & Wine Magazine, was stunned by Dallasites' wine habits when she was in town this week. Teague yesterday wrote about her recent visit to a Sigel's Fine Wine shop in Frisco, where she picked up a $9 Domaine du Pouy -...
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In This Morning's Wall Street Journal, the Prize Winner of Lancaster, Texas

11 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
I knew the name Gwen Beauchamp sounded familiar -- back in April of '08, her Toffee-Banana Brownies recipe picked up $5,000 at the 43rd Pillsbury Bake-Off® Contest held at the Fairmont Hotel. Which, turns out, was but a tip of the tip of the tip of the tip of the...
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Liverpool Fans' Hatred of Tom Hicks Makes Page One of The Wall Street Journal

10 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
The picture of Tom Hicks Jr. and his old man that spurred this morning's front-page story in The Wall Street Journal.​That Reds fans loathe Tom Hicks -- and have almost from the moment he bought Liverpool FC in August 2007, then began making promises he couldn't afford to keep --...
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The Wall Street Journal Seems to Think Bucee's, Home of the Beaver Nugget, Has Jumped the Shark

8 years ago by Eric Nicholson
If you've driven south on I-35 -- or if you've ever turned onto Lawther from Northwest Highway -- you've seen the Bucee's billboards. The ones with the buck-toothed beaver in a red cap hawking some mysterious concoction called beaver nuggets. It's an obnoxious marketing campaign, but it gets your attention...
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Big Bucks Makes Big News: Wall Street Journal Records His Eight-Track Passion

11 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
At some point today DC9 at Night will feature a very lengthy chat with our old buddy James Burnett -- better known as Big Bucks, proprietor of the late, great 14 Records on Greenville Avenue and frontman for the Volares and, more recently, Rachel Bazooka. The subject this go-round: His...
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Conspiracy Theorists Will Leave Their Mark on Dallas' Kennedy Commemoration, at Least According to the Wall Street Journal

8 years ago by Eric Nicholson
From the outset, Mayor Rawlings and the city of Dallas have made it clear that they intend to control the narrative on November 22, 2013 when they mark what they're simply calling The 50th. The 50th what? Never mind that. Just remember that this is about celebrating the life of...

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