their own community newspapers. Also, THE magazine covers the contemporary arts scene. In terms of the larger metro area, the ''Fort Worth Star-Telegram'' is another significant daily newspaper, covering Fort Worth (Fort Worth, Texas) Tarrant County (Tarrant County, Texas) and its suburbs. It also publishes a major Spanish-language newspaper for the entire Metroplex known as La Estrella. To the north of Dallas and Fort Worth, the Denton Record-Chronicle primarily covers news for the city of Denton (Denton, Texas) and Denton County. Area television stations affiliated with the major broadcasting networks include KDFW 4 (KDFW) (Fox (Fox Broadcasting Company)), KXAS 5 (KXAS-TV) (NBC), WFAA 8 (WFAA-TV) (ABC (American Broadcasting Company)) (which for many years was owned by Belo alongside the ''Morning News''), KTVT 11 (KTVT) (CBS), KERA 13 (KERA-TV) (PBS (Public Broadcasting Service)), KUVN 23 (KUVN-TV) (UNI (Univisión)), KDFI 27 (KDFI) (MNTV (My Network TV)), KDAF 33 (KDAF) (The CW (CW Television Network)) and KXTX 39 (KXTX-TV) (TMD (Telemundo)). KTXA-21 (KTXA) is an independent station formerly affiliated with the now-defunct UPN network. 63 radio stations operate within range of Dallas. Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas
;. This was the first use of US-style jingles on BBC radio, but the style was familiar to listeners who were acquainted with Blackburn and other DJs from their days on pirate radio. The first complete record played on Radio 1 was "Flowers in the Rain" by The Move (although technically the first music played was "Theme One" by George Martin leading into part of "Beefeaters (On Parade)" by Johnny Dankworth (John Dankworth), Blackburn's signature tune carried
equipment was used. On October 19, 1969 in the End of Cole Ave. club, Dallas, a fan who happened to be a recording engineer brought along his professional gear; and in November at The Matrix (The Matrix (club)) in San Francisco, the band was given permission to use the in-house four-track recording desk. In high school Shannon was in the band Ekos. Soon after high school he moved to Dallas and joined a soul cover band in 1966, initially called The New Breed, and later The Young Lads. Shannon recorded two 45s with this band, which featured Tim Easly on vocals and Uncle John Turner on drums. birth_date Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas
Six Flags theme park was the vision of Angus Wynne, Jr. and helped create the modern, competitive theme park industry. By 1968, the second Six Flags park, Six Flags Over Georgia, opened, and in 1971, Six Flags Over Mid-America (now Six Flags St. Louis) opened near St. Louis, Missouri. Also in 1971 was the opening of the Walt Disney World resort complex in Florida, which is still the largest theme park and resort complex in the world Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas
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
Governmental policy Decision-making by government agencies, including public schools (Public school (government funded)), policing (police) and courts, have been found to be driven by the fear of youth. Giroux, H. (2003) ''The Abandoned Generation: Democracy beyond the culture of fear.'' New York: Palgrave. The fear of adolescents has been said to cause a disjunction between what is said about the value of young people and what is done to them in education and social services, and causes them to be seen, "primarily as threats - to persons, to institutions, to status quo." Beker, J. and Magnuson, D. (1996) ''Residential Education as an Option for At-Risk Youth.'' Haworth Press. p 60. A number of observers have indicated the deliberate perpetuation of mass social ephebiphobia in order to elicit particular public and social responses. American (United States) sociologist Mike Males has identified trends among politicians and policy-makers of stoking the fear of youth among society in order to make headway in political campaigns and build popular support for otherwise "generate media sensation
together. Media Dallas has numerous local newspapers, magazines, television stations and radio stations that serve the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex as a whole, which is the 5th-largest media market in the United States.
;City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs – Cultural Centers Events thumb 250px The Texas OU Red River Shootout in 2006. (File:Red River Shootout 2006.jpg) The most notable event held in Dallas is the State Fair of Texas, which has been held annually at Fair Park since 1886. The fair is a massive event, bringing in an estimated $350 million to the city's economy annually. The Red River Shootout, which pits the University of Texas at Austin against The University of Oklahoma (University of Oklahoma) at the Cotton Bowl (Cotton Bowl (stadium)) also brings significant crowds to the city. The city also hosts the Heart of Dallas Bowl at the Cotton Bowl (Cotton Bowl (stadium)). Other festivals in the area include several Cinco de Mayo celebrations hosted by the city's large Mexican American population, and Saint Patrick's Day parade along Lower Greenville Avenue (Lower Greenville, Dallas, Texas), Juneteenth festivities, the Greek Food Festival of Dallas, the annual Halloween event "The Wake" featuring lots of local art and music, and two annual events on Halloween include; a Halloween parade on Cedar Springs Road (Oak Lawn, Dallas, Texas) and a "Zombie Walk" held in Downtown Dallas in the Arts District. With the opening of Victory Park (Victory Park, Dallas, Texas), WFAA Channel 8 has begun to host an annual New Year's Eve celebration in AT&T Plaza that the television station hopes will reminisce of celebrations in New York's Times Square, and on New Year's Eve 2011 set a new record of 32,000 people in attendance. Also, several Omni hotels in the Dallas area host large events to welcome in the new year including murder mystery parties, rave inspired events, and other events. Places of interest Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas
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Doughboys and Roy Newman's Boys. The Cowboys Ramblers made more than 225 recordings between 1934-1951. The band had their own popular radio show, "The Bill Boyd Ranch House." They made their recording debut for Bluebird Records on August 7, 1934. Russell, Pinson 2004, p. 121. In 1935, the Cowboy Ramblers had a huge hit with their recording of "Under the Double Eagle" which later became a western swing standard and remained in print for twenty five years. Other classics of the 1930s include "I've Got Those Oklahoma Blues", "Fan It", "Wah Hoo", "Beaumont Rag" and "New Steel Guitar Rag". company_type Private (Private company) foundation 1999 - Dallas, Texas, USA location Dallas, Texas, USA '''Rave Cinemas''', formerly known as "Rave Motion Pictures," often called Rave and owned by Rave Cinemas, LLC, is a movie theater brand founded in 1999. It is formerly headed by Thomas W. Stephenson, Jr., former CEO of Hollywood Theaters, and currently headed by Rolando B. Rodriguez, former Vice President and Regional General Manager for Walmart in Illinois and northern Indiana. The company is based in Dallas, Texas. birth_date Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas
'''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.