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; He was raised in Little Rock (Little Rock, Arkansas), Arkansas, and attended Vanderbilt University on a sports-writing scholarship. He began his writing career at ''Texas Monthly'' and ''Dallas Times Herald''. While a movie reviewer at the Herald, he created the humorous persona of "Joe Bob Briggs" to review "exploitation" movies. Sanders frequently made guest appearances on ESPN, especially on the ESPN Radio Dallas affiliate

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University – History. Retrieved October 18, 2006. The school currently enrolls over 5,600 students, Dallas Baptist University – Facts and Statistics and offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees. Popular subjects include Biblical studies, business, and music degrees. DBU has been recognized by the National Council on Teacher Quality for their high

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that this shot was taken in the early morning. An excellent contribution to the Dallas article. **Austin (Austin, Texas) - Austin Bergstrom International Airport **Dallas Fort Worth (Fort Worth, Texas) - Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport **Houston - William P. Hobby Airport "Frontier Airlines to change airports in Houston." ''Denver Business Journal''. Monday August 9, 2010. Retrieved on March 27, 2011. - Finals Dallas, Texas (Dallas) (Reunion Arena) Currently a newscaster at the Fox affiliate in Dallas (KDFW) - birth_date Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas

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personality. In 1956, capitalizing on the popularity of The Glenn Miller Story movie with James Stewart, McKinley was chosen to be the leader of the revived Glenn Miller band, which he led until 1966. He co-hosted (with former Air Force band vocalist Johnny Desmond) a 13-week CBS-TV summer series with the band on CBS-TV in 1961. Ray McKinley's last recording session was in 1977 for Chirascuro records. After graduating from college he went to work in the purchasing department at General Motors in Detroit. He moved to Los Angeles, and then to Dallas in 1981 to take Internal Audit Manager and Division Controller jobs with Associates Corp. In 1982, Nagin married Seletha Smith, a New Orleans native. Together, they have three children: Jeremy, Jarin, and Tianna. In 1985, Nagin returned to New Orleans, becoming the controller of Cox New Orleans, the city's cable television franchise, run by media conglomerate Cox (Cox Enterprises). The franchise had a history of customer complaints, low profits, stagnant growth and was one of the poorest-performing components within Cox. Nagin was quickly promoted to general manager and implemented an upgrade of the system to 750 MHz, spent over $500 million on developing its fiber-optic cable, and introduced new services, including digital cable television and telephony. In 1989, he was appointed to oversee all of Cox properties in south Louisiana as vice-president and general manager of Cox Louisiana. Between 1985 and 2002, 800 jobs were added. By the end of his tenure, 85% of customers reported satisfaction with Cox services, compared to less than half in 1989. Cox Louisiana became one of Cox's best-performing units. In the 1995 NHL Entry Draft, Sýkora was drafted in the first round, 18th overall, by the New Jersey Devils. Sýkora began his NHL career in 1995–96 (1995–96 NHL season) with New Jersey, posting 42 points in his rookie campaign, as well as being chosen as the NHL Rookie of the Month for December. Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas

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, although disappointed by his weak finish, was flattered to receive Nelson's interest. However, the two men did not manage to get together to work on golf in depth until several months later, when Watson played in the Tour's Byron Nelson Classic in the Dallas area, and visited Nelson's nearby home. The two men would eventually develop a close and productive teacher-student relationship and friendship; Nelson had similarly mentored the young rising star Ken Venturi during the 1950s. ref>

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desperately-needed AIDS medications '''''Dallas Business Journal''''' Dallas, Texas 1977 ratings restaurants Armani Milan (opened 2000) Matsuhisa – Aspen, Aspen, Colorado (opened 1998) '''Matsuhisa''' – Vail

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but is now being targeted for redevelopment as a recreational lake due to its proximity to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, a plan that the lake's neighboring cities oppose.

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a successful independent career as an actor, beginning with an appearance on Broadway (Broadway theatre) as a single act in 1929. In the 1940s and 1950s, son Bryan (Bryan Foy) composed show music, wrote for Buster Keaton, and had a long career as a director of films in Hollywood. Eddie Sr. and son Richard operated a theater chain business in Dallas. Son Irving also worked in the movie theater business, managing theaters in Dallas and Albuquerque. David S. Cohen, Irving Foy; Last of vaudeville's 'Seven Little Foys', ''Variety'', April 24, 2003 Son Charley and daughter Mary operated the Charley Foy Supper Club in Sherman Oaks, California, where comedians such as Jackie Gleason, Dan Rowan, Dick Martin, and Phil Silvers appeared early in their careers. Burt A. Folkart, Mary Foy; One of Last 3 in Zany Family, ''Los Angeles Times'', December 17, 1987 During this year, Cannon Films released ''Robotech: The Movie'' (also called ''Robotech: The Untold Story'') for a limited run in Mesquite, Texas. (A suburb of Dallas.) Cannon was reportedly unsatisfied with Carl Macek’s first version of the movie, which was almost a straight adaptation of the anime ''Megazone 23''. It was at their insistence that footage from ''The Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross'' (the series adapted as the ''Robotech Masters'' segment of the ''Robotech'' TV series) and ''Megazone 23'' be spliced together to produce a more action-oriented movie. Macek recalls that although he was unhappy with this revised version, Menahem Golan, after viewing it, happily said: "Now that’s a Cannon movie!" Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas

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moved to another Oldies station K-EARTH 101 in Los Angeles. and later created a talk show "The Joe Zone"Banana Joe is currently the owner operator of www.flashback40.com, an on-line radio station, that doesn't work. '''White Rock Creek''' is a 30 mile (48.3 km) creek (stream) (cf. river (stream)) in the Elm Fork Trinity River (Trinity River (Texas)) watershed (drainage basin). From its headwaters (source (river)) near Frisco, Texas, it runs south-by-south-east

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'''Dallas''' The United States Census Bureau's estimate for the city's population increased to 1,257,676, as of 2013.

The city is the largest economic center of the 12-county Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington (Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex) metropolitan area, which had a population of 6,810,913 as of July 1, 2013. and was 14th in world rankings of GDP by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

Located in North Texas, Dallas is the main core of the largest inland metropolitan area in the United States that lacks any navigable link to the sea.

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