Movie Review of Fast & Furious 6

May 28, 2013

By Gary Dowell A funny thing happened at the megaplexes last summer. That was when Fast Five debuted, and unexpectedly crystallized the formula of what had to that point been a very formulaic franchise. The restraints came […]

Rangers Still Best in the American League

May 27, 2013

By Mark Miller Despite losing their final game last week in extra innings, the Texas Rangers played well enough before that to remain the best team in the American League and finish with the best […]

2013 Guide to Good Eats: Best Steakhouses

May 24, 2013

By Steven Doyle Nick and Sam’s Steakhouse should not be confused with the Nick and Sam’s Grill. One offers delicious, tender steaks, the other has burgers and pasta dishes. The steakhouse is all about the […]

A Bae Breeze Vision!

May 24, 2013

By Will Martin It goes without saying that the golf world will need some time to heal and deal with the loss of the passing of Golfer and TV analyst Ken Venturi. His work ethic […]

2013 Guide to Good Eats: Best Barbecue

May 23, 2013

By Steven Doyle Pecan Lodge is open Thursday through Sunday until it runs out of meat. Some days this is earlier than others, but you can bet it is well before 3 p.m. Pecan Lodge […]

Former DFW Baseball Star Enjoys New Role

May 23, 2013

By Mark Miller Bullpen catchers like Josh Frazier of the Texas Rangers are unsung people. While a good many fans may not even know about them, pitching coaches like Andy Hawkins appreciate them. “We’re always […]

Three Generations Apart!

May 21, 2013

By Will Martin It has been said that in life in order to be successful one should surround themselves with good people who will help to implement a plan, a hope, a vision. Those who […]

Uncharted Waters

May 21, 2013

By Craig Fields The Memphis Grizzlies have long since removed themselves from the mediocre and rather deplorable Vancouver Grizzlies days. Days that saw an expansion team that could not win 29 percent of their games […]

A No-Go Olimpico

May 21, 2013

By Will Martin It seems whenever a team from North Texas makes the trek North by Northwest to play in the Emerald City, funny bounces and strange occurrences are the order of the day. Cowboy […]

Winning Continues Despite Injuries

May 20, 2013

By Mark Miller Despite injuries to two key players, the Texas Rangers still won five of their seven games last week. Though starting pitcher Alexi Ogando and second baseman/leadoff hitter Ian Kinsler were placed on […]

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