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  • Has the fight to save 'Dallas' really come to an end?
    Has the fight to save ‘Dallas’ TV show really come to an end?
    Cynthia Cidre and Michael M. Robin, executive producers, of TNT’s recently canceled “Dallas,” a reboot of the classic CBS soap, released a statement on Wednesday, November 19 that attempts to find the show a home on another...
  • Dallas teens need permission from parents to read 'Dracula' and others in school
    Dallas teens need permission from parents to read 'Dracula' and others in school
    There are six books that teens at Highland Park Independent School can't read until they have permissions slips, according to the Nov. 14 and Nov. 17 reports from both The Dallas Morning News and The Week. The Highland Park ISD officials had...
  • North Texas craft beer events, week of November 17
    North Texas craft beer events, week of November 17
    This week,Rahr & Sonscelebrates its tenth anniversary, a landmark milestone for the area's oldest craft brewery. In fact, Rahr is the first North Texas production craft brewery to be in business for at least ten years (the modern...
  • 2014 Brewer's Ball
    Brewer's Ball caps North Texas Beer Week in style
    What do you think of when you hear "beer festival"?A sea of bearded guys in cargo shorts and screen-printed tees. Crowds running around a tent city like ants, chasing samples before they run dry. It's probably also hot and sweaty, so...
  • Kitchen Dog's Production of The Arsonists
    Kitchen Dog Theater’s must see “The Arsonists” is riotous fun yet prophetic
    Based on the number of U.S. residents who participated in the recent midterm elections, the lowest turnout since 1942, Kitchen Dog Theater’s recent production of “The Arsonists”, written by Max Frisch in 1953 is a stark reminder...
  • Texas Health Resources in Dallas settles with Duncan's family
    Family of first Ebola patient in US settles with hospital
    Wednesday, November 12, the family of Thomas Eric Duncan was awarded an undisclosed sum in settlement for his death from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. According to Reuters the hospital that treated the only person in the U.S. to...
  • North Texas craft beer events, week of November 10
    North Texas craft beer events, week of November 10
    North Texas Beer Week has come and gone, and while things look to be someone quieter on the event front over the next few days, there are a number of happenings that are worth a look for those that plan to be out and about.If you haven't had a...
  • Ebola!
    Texas declared Ebola-free, Belfast announces first potential case
    With several thousand West African victims still afflicted with Ebola and new cases being announced every day, the sad truth is that the epidemic now striking Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia will most likely be a threat for the next 18 to 24...
  • Quarantined contacts released, Ebola-free
    North Texas is officially Ebola-free
    Friday, November 7, 2013 ABC News local affiliate, WFAA Channel 8 News at 6 p.m., announced all potentially infected with Ebola through contact with either Thomas Eric Duncan, Amber Vinson, or Nina Pham are, officially, free of the virus. At...
  • ‘Dallas’ star Patrick Duffy tells fans ‘Keep going,’ ‘Don’t give up’
    ‘Dallas’ star Patrick Duffy tells fans 'Don’t give up’
    TNT may have canceled “Dallas,” but there is still hope that the TV show may find a home on another network according to “Dallas” star Patrick Duffy, who spoke to Minnesota radio station, myTalk 107.1, on Wednesday,...
  • Bartender of the month: Lauren Loiselle of The Meddlesome Moth
    Bartender of the month: Lauren Loiselle of The Meddlesome Moth
    Lauren Loiselle of The Meddlesome Moth wants to dispense with the notion that girls don’t drink beer. “Beer’s my thing,” Lauren says, her eyes sparkling. “I get a lot of people who come in and see a girl behind the...
  • 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...