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- Night & Day
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The Dallas Architecture Forum takes its lecture series to Arlington this evening when widely acclaimed architect James Carpenter comes to UTA to discuss the role of glass in architecture and his work developing new types of glass for construction use. The lecture is at 7pm at Maverick Activities Center, 500 W Nedderman Dr, Arlington. Tickets are $5-20. Call 214-764-2406.
- He Shoots, He … Scores?
I can pinpoint the exact moment when, as an unreasonably angsty teenager, I turned my back on pro sports. It was 1994. Deion “Prime Time” Sanders was on the 49ers, and I despised him because he made it pretty obvious he was sticking with San Francisco only for a single season, given their good chances for winning the Super Bowl. The first Weezer album had just come out, and I kept telling everyone how “Surfwax America” should be their next single after “The Sweater Song.”
- The Lowdown
It’s funny how much a name matters. Would anyone have boogied to the Beach Boys if they’d stuck to the original name, The Pendletones? Would every lame cover band in the world know “Stairway to Heaven,” had Brit rockers The New Yardbirds not changed their name to Led Zeppelin? That’s why The Bottom, Bluebonnet Circle’s newish seafood restaurant, piqued my curiosity.
- Stage West’s Sports Page
It’s been a long time coming for this weekend’s world premiere of Larry Herold’s comedy The Sports Page at Stage West. The playwright wrote the first version of his script — about a young reporter witnessing cultural and social upheaval at a 1966 Dallas Cowboys training camp — almost a decade ago.
- Advocates of same-sex marriage to demonstrate in Fort Worth today
Some same-sex couples will seek marriage licenses as part of the events held around the world.
- Casa Mañana’s ‘Charlotte’s Web’ a delight for the whole family
Fort Worth production uses puppets to stage E.B. White's classic tale.
- Fort Worth girl released from hospital; mother awaits extradition to Texas
Jessica Smith, 11, was in the custody of New Mexico child protection workers Monday, the day after she and her mom were found in an SUV at the edge of a national forest.
- Arlington’s latest mass transit talk is driven by a student
A UT Arlington freshman from Houston is working on a proposal to take to the City Council.
- Creating a "Smash" of Their Own
Trimble Tech high school students are working to build up their school’s musical theater program with the help of NBC.
- Stimulus Spending in Texas Questioned
Some funds were awarded to replace fire alarms at a VA campus and as business loans to a doggie day care and oil-change shop.
- Arlington Hopes to Remedy Rush Creek Risk
Arlington has been studying Rush Creek with the hopes of determining flood-risk conditions. Thursday, residents can learn about the study and share their thoughts.
- One Killed, Officer Injured
Police are responding to an incident that left one person dead and an officer injured.
- Real Science: Students Working To Change Plano
On a chilly winter day, Kim Wolff’s AP Environmental Science class is on the move.
- Neighbors Not On Board With Cotton Belt Plan
DART is moving forward with plans for a commuter rail line that will run from Wiley to the Fort Worth Stockyards.
- Man Shoots At Dallas Officer, Then Kills Himself
He was arriving on a scene at a North Dallas apartment complex when the suspect shot at him through the windshield of his patrol car.
- CBS 11 Investigation Leads To New TSA Legislation
One of the most powerful senators in the country is taking action after watching a CBS 11 investigation.
- Dallas Police Shoot & Kill Robbery Suspect
The shooting started with a robbery in the 1400 block of south Buckner where Dallas police say a man and woman were robbed at gunpoint.
- Jerry Jones’ 7 Worst Draft Picks
DALLAS (BLEACHER REPORT) – Since Jerry Jones took over ownership of the Dallas Cowboys in 1989, the team has been a mixed bag of results. Soon after taking over the team, Jones fired legendary coach [...]