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  • 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...
  • Cowboys point towards first place
    Eagles drop to second place in bye week thanks to Cowboys
    The Philadelphia Eagles got to rest easy on Oct. 19 with a much needed bye week. However, although the Eagles didn't have to do anything, there was also nothing they could do to stop the Dallas Cowboys from taking first place in the NFC East....
  • 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...
  • Travel ban Dallas Ebola
    Travel ban: Dallas health workers in contact with Ebola victim told to stay put
    A travel ban has been placed on Dallas health workers who were “in the room” at any point with Thomas Eric Duncan – the Liberian national, known as “patient zero,” who became the first person diagnosed with Ebola in...
  • Know the facts; resist unfounded, uninformed fear
    Dallas urges fact not fear in fight against Ebola
    On Thursday, October 16, according to News 8 at 4, Dallas County Commissioners decided at mid-afternoon on Thursday not to issue a disaster declaration because of Ebola. Though they had expected to take a vote on it, they found it unnecessary to...
  • Texas Time
    Hard Rock Hotel Coming to Dallas in 2018
    Texas will soon be even better than it is now. Hard Rock International (www.hardrockhotels.com) will open Hard Rock Hotel Dallas-Fort Worth, located in the newly announced The Grand Alps Village development in Grand Prairie, in January 2018. The...
  • Big Texas Toy Run hit hard by more than $71,000 in missing funds
    Big Texas Toy Run hit hard by more than $71,000 in missing funds
    The board of directors from The Big Texas Toy Run are currently in crisis mode after having more than $71,000 in funds misappropriated from their accounts; former treasurer Todd McEvoy has been arrested on a felony theft warrant. Dallas Director...
  • Ebola in Dallas: Another 'oops' when a guy without a hazmat suit hovers around Ebola patient
    Ebola fear seeps into nation as exposure grows and huge contradictions mount
    The contradictions demonstrated so far when treating people exposed to Ebola and those who have possibly been exposed to Ebola are abundant and breeding fear today. The second nurse to contract Ebola in Dallas was allowed by a U.S. health official...
  • Vinson joins fellow THP nurse, Pham, as Ebola patient
    Third Dallas Ebola victim enroute to Emory University
    At 3:35 Wednesday morning, October 15, Amber Vinson was confirmed as the third Ebola patient in Dallas, Texas. Amber Vinson, a 29-year-old registered nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital originally from Akron, Ohio, has tested positive for...
  • Dr. Thomas Frieden
    Ebola in America: Who is in charge? And why it matters
    On Wednesday, the second health care worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital to test positive for the Ebola virus in the United States was identified as Amber Joy Vinson.Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital protocol is once more under scrutiny...
  • Originial Emory University Hospital
    Second Dallas Ebola patient transported to Atlanta hospital
    At a press conference on Wednesday morning, October 15, 2014 Centers for Disease Control (CDC) officials announced that Amber Vinson, the second healthcare worker at Dallas Presbyterian Hospital to be found to be infected with Ebola, is being...
  • Ebola Virus
    Ebola Patient flew hours before being admitted to Dallas hospital
    The second healthcare worker who treated Thomas Eric Duncan, America’s first Ebola death has also tested positive for the deadly Ebola virus. The CDC reports that she flew to Dallas from Cleveland on Frontier Airlines flight 1143 the night...
  • CDC teams to handle Ebola cases, making travelers less worried
    CDC teams to handle Ebola cases, making travelers less worried
    Travel within the US just got less worrisome, thanks to news that the Centers for Disease Control have special rapid response teams ready to visit any hospital that has an Ebola case. These highly trained experts from CDC will handle the patient,...