Dallas

What is Dallas known for?


music+feature

breakdancing (breakdance), which led to his friends nicknaming him "Vanilla", as he was the only one in the group that wasn't African American.


wrestling business

Dallas, Texas in 1954. He attended W. H. Adamson High School with Michael Martin Murphey, who had his own band (band (music)) at the time. Hubbard graduated in 1965 and enrolled in college, at the University of North Texas, as an English major. He spent the summers in Red River, New Mexico playing folk music. Professional wrestling career Jim Duggan broke into the professional wrestling business thanks in large part to wrestler Fritz Von Erich. The two met while Duggan was on a recruiting trip to SMU. Duggan's first professional match was in 1979 against Gino Hernandez. Duggan began his career as a villain (Heel (professional wrestling)). Training at the Sportatorium in Dallas, Texas as well as with Samoan wrestling promoter Peter Maivia, Duggan gained the attention of Vince McMahon, Sr. (Vincent J. McMahon) and the World Wrestling Federation (World Wrestling Entertainment). Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas


show created

Chun, "Torn from pages of his comic strip", ''Los Angeles Times'', April 13, 2006. 2–2 ''Raw (WWE Raw)'' October 3, 2005, Dallas, TX (Texas) - History The show, created by Bobby Goldstein, an attorney in Dallas, Texas, made its debut in 2000. The original host of the show was actor Tommy Habeeb aka "Tommy Grand" (2000 - 2002). Fitzgerald is understandably nervous


national business

, the company began marketing its facsimile products under the ''Murata'' name from its corporate headquarters in Dallas, Texas. The company introduced the unified-brand ''Muratec'' in 1991 and realigned its business model away from retail in order to focus on sales and distribution exclusively through a national business-to-business dealer channel. On this day, participating cities illuminate a symbolic monument, such as the Atomium in Brussels, the Colosseum in Rome


live+special

previously managed a Dallas-based rock (rock music) group Neverset. Music video The music video for "Come on Over" was taken directly from Twain's 1999 ''Live (Live (Shania Twain DVD))'' special from Dallas. It was filmed on September 12, 1998 and released over a year later on October 6, 1999. Directing


commercial+modern

: www.gousabid.com news entry bid-committee-announces-official-bid-cities title Bid Committee announces official bid cities date 12 January 2010 accessdate 12 January 2010 publisher The USA Bid Committee Two proposed stadia would be used by Major League Soccer during the summer. '''KYSR''' (98.7 FM (FM broadcasting), "98-7 FM") is a commercial modern rock radio station in Los Angeles, California, covering the Los Angeles


black school

ISD To Fight District Closure ." ''KUHF''. July 13, 2011. Retrieved on July 15, 2011. Ericka Mellon of the ''Houston Chronicle'' said "The story has been the same for years in this small, poor, mostly black school district in northeast Houston: Financial problems, shoddy recordkeeping and low test scores prompt sanctions from the state. Employees get indicted on criminal charges. The school board fires the superintendent. The district might improve some but then falls again." Mellon, Ericka. "POOR RATINGS, TROUBLED FINANCES." ''Houston Chronicle''. Sunday March 25, 2007. B1 MetFront. Retrieved on November 26, 2011. Joshua Benton of ''The Dallas Morning News'' said " i n many ways, its schools are to Houston what the since-closed Wilmer-Hutchins schools (Wilmer-Hutchins Independent School District) were to Dallas: the ones that were always in trouble." Benton, Joshua. "Monitors came, TAKS scores plummeted." ''The Dallas Morning News'', July 21, 2007. Retrieved on November 26, 2011. Because of the issues, many parents in the NFISD area enrolled their children in state charter schools (charter school) or moved out of the district area. "North Forest ISD If a school district fails to serve its kids, it needs to be closed." (Editorial) ''Houston Chronicle''. July 23, 2011. Retrieved on July 27, 2011. John Sawyer, the head of the Harris County Department of Education, said in 2007 "The Wilmer-Hutchins school district had a history that sounded like a reflection of North Forest in many, many ways, and they were ultimately closed." birth_date Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas


arts black

(martial arts) black belt in taekwondo. She also has experience in kickboxing and boxing. Long founded co-founded numerous broadcast and radio syndication companies, including Dallas based TM Productions Starr Broadcasting, FirstCom Jim Long Music, Long-Pride Broadcasting, and a Nashville (Nashville, Tennessee) based music and publishing group, OneMusic. In early 1967, after a year as Program Director of WIBC Indianapolis, the 24-year-old Long was given the opportunity to move to Texas by composer Tom Merriman who was working at Dallas-based Commercial Recording Corporation (CRC). Within six months, he and Merriman would launch TM Productions, Inc. "Before partnering with Jim Long in 1967 to create one of the nation’s most influential commercial jingle and radio ID production companies, TM Productions, Tom Merriman was a staff writer for various production houses, an independent producer, the owner of CRC (Commercial Recording Corporation), where he wrote and recorded a custom jingle for the ''Dallas Morning News'': “Start the day with the world on your doorstep, with the Dallas Morning News”." www.tommerrimantribute.com Ken R. LLC, THE JINGLE BOOK, THE AUTHORITATIVE GUIDE TO THE HISTORY, DEVELOPMENT AND CREATION OF RADIO JINGLES. www.kenr.com, ©2002. Ref to Jim Long founding TM with Tom Merriman, “Interview with a Legend: Tom Merriman “ (pg 40, 42), Tom’s quote, “... I have to give Jim a lot of credit.... He was the business side of the thing, and in many ways the creative side, too.” (pg 43); Brian Beck explaining that name, TM, referred not just to Tom Merriman, but to Tim Moynihan (pg 57) with $10,000 capital. In March, 1992, a symposium at Southern Methodist University in Dallas provided the public debut for a small group that included Phillip Johnson, Steven Meyer, William Dembski, and Michael Behe, Barbara Forrest, The Wedge at Work. Talk Reason, Chapter 1 of the book "Intelligent Design Creationism and Its Critics" (MIT Press, 2001). Retrieved 2007-05-28. initiating the wedge strategy that Johnson claims to have worked out by 1991. Berkeley's Radical Touchstone magazine interviews Johnson Despite estimates that the South Bend location would attract more than 150,000 visitors a year, the Hall of Fame drew about 115,000 people the first year (1995) and about 80,000 annually after that. As a result, in September 2009, the Hall of Fame announced it would be moving to Atlanta. The possibility of moving the museum has been brought up in other cities, including Dallas, which had the financial backing of billionaire T. Boone Pickens. http: www.ajc.com sports georgia-tech college-football-hall-of-144423.html Set to open in the fall of 2013, the new $50 million museum will be located next to Centennial Olympic Park, which is near other attractions such as the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola, CNN Center and the anticipated Center for Human and Civil Rights. http: sports.espn.go.com ncf news story?id 4501094 Plans for a health museum also have been announced. *''Psycho le Cému Majikaru BOX'' (25 December 2003) - In addition to the DVD, it has five character figures of the band, a pen with a LED light, a traveling pouch, a "magical" towel, and a set of twelve post cards. *''Psycho le Cému in USA - LIVE & DOCUMENT -'' (15 September 2004) - Psycho le Cému's tour of two anime and manga conventions in Anaheim, California and Dallas, Texas. *''~Risoukyou ryokou Zepp~'' (9 March 2005) - Live footage from their January 2003 performance at Zepp Tokyo. At the height of its commercial success in the late 1970s and early 1980s, British Caledonian managed to turn the dilemma the structure of its route network presented to its advantage by focusing on those routes that carried a very high proportion of potentially very profitable, oil-related, premium business traffic. It even managed to become the preferred carrier of many high-ranking oil industry executives based in Texas, the centre of the global oil industry, by providing convenient, hassle-free connections between Houston Dallas, Lagos and Tripoli via the airline's Gatwick base. However, the downside of this initially successful strategy was that it made the company dependent on a small number of markets whose fortunes were tied to the commodity price cycle, in often unstable parts of the world, for most of its profits. Honorary citizenships *Honorary Citizenship (Honorary citizenship#Honorary citizenship) and Key to the City (Freedom of the City#Key to the City) from the cities San Jose (San Jose, California), Houston, Dallas, Irving (Irving, Texas) and Richmond Hill (Richmond Hill, Ontario) June 5-7, 2012 Dallas, Texas These county-by-county and district-by-district maps reveal that the "true" nature of the divide is between urban areas inner suburbs and suburbs rural areas. Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas


dance created

the institution to a coeducational status.


album including

LoveShow tour. She began her sold-out Australian tour in April 2007. The Australian leg of the tour was set at a record-breaking thirty-five arena shows, selling around 307,000 tickets — it became the most successful arena tour in Australian history by a female artist in Australia. Sony BMG Australia released a special tour edition of ''I'm Not Dead'' on March 17, 2007—it contains the original album including two bonus tracks and a DVD that features live

Dallas

'''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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