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  • The Melvins at Trees in Dallas, Texas
    Photo gallery: Le Butcherettes and the Melvins in Dallas
    In front of a crowd ready to head bang, Le Butcherettes and the Melvins performed at Trees in Dallas, Texas on October 28, 2014. Mexican group Le Butcherettes brought a wacky but memorable stage presence as the opening act. Veteran rock and metal...
  • Eagles' loss to Cardinals isn't that costly
    Redskins keep Eagles within striking distance of Cowboys
    The Philadelphia Eagles had bleaker hopes in the NFC East after Oct. 26. Once the Eagles gave away a win to the Arizona Cardinals, it looked like they would fall behind the Dallas Cowboys by a game-and-a-half in the NFC East, since the Cowboys...
  • McCoy stuns Cowboys
    Redskins, McCoy, Romo injury give Cowboys reality check
    The Dallas Cowboys were riding high for six weeks, and had little reason to suspect the Washington Redskins would change it on Oct. 27. With the Cowboys at 6-1, the Redskins having to start failed Cleveland Browns starter Colt McCoy, and Tony Romo...
  • North Texas craft beer events, week of October 27
    North Texas craft beer events, week of October 27
    Christmas may be the most wonderful time of the year, but that sentiment will also apply for local craft beer lovers come Friday, when Halloween kicks offNorth Texas Beer Week2014.Of course, there are more than a few things going on in the days...
  • Strangeways Sour Power Week
    Weekend Pint: Strangeways
    Where to find good beerNow entering their third year in business,Strangewayshas always been an outlier in the North Texas craft beer scene.Part of that is simple geography.The bar is located outside the more developed social orentertainment...
  • It is rare that recovery from Ebola happens this fast
    Emory announces Dallas nurse Ebola free
    CBS 11 News reported on October 22, “Today Presby nurse Amber Vinson joined Dr. Kent Brantly as being declared free of the Ebola virus.” On Wednesday, October 15, 29-year-old registered nurse Amber Vinson departed Dallas Love Field in...
  • Dealey Plaza
    Dealey Plaza: An Immortal Crime Scene
    Recently, I was in Dallas for some work related training and noticed that my hotel room was a twenty minute walk to the DealeyPlaza. Regardless of where I'm at or what I'm doing, I always take time out for History.What I realized was the...
  • Dallas Comic Con's Fan Days 2014 Brings Together Genre Fans
    Dallas Comic Con's Fan Days 2014 Brings Together Genre Fans
    Dallas Comic Con's Fan Days 2014 wasn’t as hectic an event as May’s monstrous blow-out, but it still provided plenty of fun for attendees. Held back at the familiar Irving Convention Center, it was better organized than in the past...
  • Sue Sargeant
    EXAMINER REVIEW: WingSpan takes risk & scores BIG with "The Two Character Play"
    Americans are particularly spoiled when it comes to what we expect from films, television, and theater. We have to have a presentation that follows a very predicable format, including a likeable hero or heroine, antagonist, life conflict that...
  • Upcoming plagiarism case at Southern Methodist University's Center for Presidential History?
    Sexism, plagiarism in academia: The case at Southern Methodist University
    The mistreatment of a female writer might turn into a possible case of plagiarism at Southern Methodist University's Center for Presidential History in Dallas, Texas in their Election 2004 project. SMU's Presidential History Center has...
  • Dr. Kent Brantley, an American survivor of the Ebola virus
    Is the cure for Ebola in America rooted in selflessness?
    Is the cure for Ebola rooted in selflessness?Ebola is in America...in Dallas!"Patient Zero"is dead and two of the nurses that cared for him at Texas Presbyterian in Dallas have also contracted the deadly virus. With the world watching,...
  • North Texas craft beer events, week of October 20
    North Texas craft beer events, week of October 20
    There are plenty of reasons to celebrate craft beer this week, as the calendar offers up seasonal festivities as well as the debut of yet another brewery in the North Texas Area.Audacity Brew Houseopens its doors in Denton this weekend with a 3...
  • Dan Servetnick
    Contemporary Theatre of Dallas “Little Women” JUMPS off the pages
    In a contemporary era where technology reigns supreme, sometimes it behooves us to allow our minds to go back to times when life was easier, simple, less rushed where leisure time didn’t consist of a busy social calendar or taking your...
  • Bentley, whose owner has Ebola, being taken to quarantine
    Dog belonging to Ebola patient now in metabolic cage
    Nina Phan, a Dallas nurse diagnosed with Ebola, was recently transferred to the National Institute of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland. While she is hospitalized, her one year old King Charles Cavalier Spaniel, Bentley, is being cared for in...
  • The fight for ‘Dallas’ season 4 continues after TNT cancellation
    The fight for ‘Dallas’ season 4 continues after TNT cancellation
    TNT may have canceled “Dallas," the 2012 continuation of the original series (1978 – 1991), but there is still hope for a season 4. The cast, showrunner and fans of the show aren’t ready to give up. An online petition has...