The World’s End Movie Review

August 22, 2013

By Gary Dowell The third collaboration between writer-director Edgar Wright and actors Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, The World’s End pulls off an impressive feat at the tail-end of a summer movie season loaded to the […]

If a Tree Falls and…

August 21, 2013

By Will Martin Nearing the halfway point of August, the team from Frisco was able to exercise one demon at home by way of securing a lead and then avoiding the loss albeit a draw […]

Still on Top This Week

August 19, 2013

By Mark Miller The math was simple for the Texas Rangers at home last week – score more than three runs and win, score less than three and lose. Unfortunately they lost more and scored […]

Too Late the Hero

August 19, 2013

By Will Martin Eighteen years have now elapsed since an iconic figure in the world of sports has passed from liver cancer and complications thereof. In 1981 his name was one of three honorably mentioned […]

A Four Gone Conclusion

August 19, 2013

By Will Martin Over the course of a baseball season there will be many highs and lows, ebbs and flows, peaks and valleys, would’ves, could’ves, and should’ves. When you have no where else to go […]

Preseason Preview: Cowboys vs Cardinals

August 16, 2013

By Zach Walker You can’t win them all. So they lost, big deal. It pointed out what they need to work on, eliminating bone head penalties that derail drives or prevents them from getting started. […]

Foiled By the Mad Hatter

August 16, 2013

  By Will Martin Coming into play last Sunday in Frisco, the mindset of FC Dallas-in preparation for the L.A. Galaxy and Landon Donovan-was how long it might be before we see two items of […]

Blitz Weekender: August 15-18

August 15, 2013

By Audra Stamp It’s time to start thinking about going back to school and using up those vacation days. But before you do, there’s still time to have some great fun around the DFW area […]

Kick-Ass 2 Movie Review

August 14, 2013

By Gary Dowell Three years ago, Kick-Ass lit up a small number of screens like a cinematic firebomb tossed into unsuspecting megaplexes; audiences were caught off guard by the sight of a then-unknown Chloë Moretz swearing like […]

The Return of Kobe Bryant

August 14, 2013

By Craig Fields So I am pretty sure that if you are an avid or even recreational watcher of the NBA, then chances are you have heard about Kobe Bryant tearing his Achilles tendon last […]

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