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In Dallas, Straus Touts the Arts and a Texas President

Dallas-based AT&T has been one of his most stalwart campaign contributors. So maybe it shouldn’t have come as a huge surprise when Rep. Joe Straus and his wife, Julie, of San Antonio turned up as honorary chairs of Saturday’s Dallas Symphony Orchestra AT&T Gala at the Meyerson. Asked about his connection to the DSO and […]

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New Goal in Life: Beat UTA Students at Something, Anything

I thought Park(ing) Day Dallas was a huge success. It was great seeing all the parking spots (51 in all) be transformed into museums, trails, lounges, and soccer fields. A lot of people weren’t really sure what was going on. But, as one guy said, they all seemed to enjoy coming out of their office […]

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Leading Off (9/19/11)

What a 1976 Trial Tells Us About John Wiley Price: The latest investigative brouhaha surrounding County Commissioner John Wiley Price isn’t the first time the politician has been backed into a legal corner. But what does an acquittal in 1976 tell us about how Price will handle the latest trouble? In short, don’t expect him […]

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