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Dreamscape Puts Audiences into Virtual Movies Without Auditions or Greedy Agents

1 month ago by Danny Gallagher
One of the first attempts to make the movie-going experience more interactive happened way back in 1995 with a film called Mr. Payback. The experience put audiences in control of a robot named Payton Bach (get it?) designed to exact revenge on the world's biggest jerks like bike thieves and...
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John Mayer’s Art Is Not to Be Dismissed, As He Proved This Thursday in Dallas

12 days ago by Preston Jones
Late in the evening, John Mayer leveled with us. He described to the comfortably full American Airlines Center an unhurried dinner with a companion whose presence soothes and everything feels so relaxed and easy that, before you know it, dessert has arrived: “That’s what this feels like,” the 41-year-old singer-songwriter...
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There’s an App for That: Dog Lovers Find Love Through a Tinder-Like Space for Dogs and Owners

1 month ago by Isabel Arcellana
That’s it. You’ve found the one. As the sun sets in the horizon, you can hear a triumphant love ballad playing in your mind like the end of a rom-com as you stare into the eyes of your new forever. You feel like a freaking Disney Princess, it’s so perfect...
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Dallas Voiceover Actor Gabe Kunda Wants to Inspire Other Children of Immigrants to Follow Their Dreams

1 month ago by Brittany Nunn
Like most '90s kids, Gabe Kunda watched too much TV growing up, but in his case it paid off. Kunda is a full-time voiceover actor, which is a gig he’s been obsessively pursuing since his sophomore year of high school. Now he’s working hard to inspire others to pursue their...
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The 21 Best Things to Do in Dallas, July 17-24

2 months ago by Dallas Observer Staff
Thursday, July 18 Asian Film Festival of Dallas Looking for a little action, a lot of mystery and intrigue? It’s time to spring for the large with butter and nestle into the comfort of the Angelika Film Center, 5321 E. Mockingbird Lane, from July 18-25 for one of the city’s...
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Chillin’ With Walt’s Crew

6 years ago by Jason Yang
You screamed “No!” when Snow White ate the poisoned apple. You praised Mulan when she saw her father’s armor and decided to fight for her family’s honor. You laughed whenever Genie clowned on Aladdin for absolutely no reason. Starting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, all the beloved Disney franchises will intertwine...
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Dallas Toy Story: Inside the World of Toy Collecting

3 months ago by Scott Tucker
Why do people collect things? Records, concert tickets, stamps and even toys can easily fall into the category of clutter in a world of cloud technology, celebrated minimalism and the ever-advancing strategies to simplify one’s life. Why have a record collection 500 units deep when you can simply keep all...
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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week

3 months ago by The Mixmaster
Wednesday If you’re at the Deep Ellum Art Company on Wednesday, you might have trouble standing still. The funkadelic sounds of Georgia band Funk You will have you moving and grooving like never before, even though you’re usually too self-conscious to dance in public. The vibrations will shoot through the...
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From Oak Cliff to New York and Back to DFW, 'Walt Deezy' Has Big Plans For Dallas Coffee

2 years ago by Tim Cox
Dee Traylor’s exuberance can border on overwhelming if you’re not prepared for it. By the time you’re done introducing yourself, you’ll more than likely be enveloped in a massive bear hug. His nickname, Walt Deezy, is a variation of an earlier nickname, Easy Deezy, and Walt Disney, a company with a hospitality-centric nature...
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How do we know whether Walt Disney was a Mexican? Maybe a little mouse told us.

10 years ago by Gustavo Arellano
Dear Mexican: You once asked why Mexican bands don't hit it big in the good old U.S. of A. I think the simple answer is that there are no Mexican Mouseketeers. You don't get to be Justin Timberlake by picking a guitarrón. Slater from Saved by the Bell doesn't count...

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