Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Joey Romero, 24, said he and his girlfriend rode out the storm in the freezer of a Sonic Burger restaurant at a service station in Rice.
They were driving from Dallas to Houston when it started to hail, he said.
Monday, December 27, 2010
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
80 Columbus Circle, Unit 66E
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Monday, December 20, 2010
"It was the same as when all of the nerdy boys from the reed section of band grew up, shot steroids, and toured with the top rock bands of the late 70s and early 80s as roadies with their shirts off."
Sunday, December 19, 2010
Friday, December 17, 2010
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Monday, December 13, 2010
Thursday, December 9, 2010
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
A note from Adam Donaghey:
Come celebrate our newly renovated Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff with a good 'ol fashioned ribbon cutting. Mayor Tom Leppert will do the honors; there will be eggnog and hors d'oeuvres, several special guests (see below), and a free screening of holiday fave "Planes, Trains & Automobiles"!
Following is all the information on the event and attached is a flyer.
I'll be attending both of these events and you should too!
Aviation Cinemas and Dallas City Councilwoman Delia Jasso Announce a Holiday Housewarming party and ribbon cutting ceremony at the historic Texas Theatre on Thursday, Dec. 9th from 5pm – 7:00pm.
Special Guest Mayor Tom Leppert, City Councilwoman Delia Jasso, Members of the local and national Media, Dallas City Officials, the Oak Cliff Board, friends of the Texas Theatre, Aviation Cinemas Partners and Staff will be on hand to usher in the Holidays in a good ‘ol fashioned Texas way: a ribbon cutting, a classic film and enough eggnog to last all winter long.
With special appearances from Gary Mack, Historian, JFK Assassination Expert and Curator at The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza; as well as Ron Jackson (Actor) who played the FBI Spokesman in Oliver Stone’s film “JFK”; and Retired Dallas Police Officer Henry “Hank” Horn, Jr. - one of the first Officers on the scene at the Texas Theatre to arrest Lee Harvey Oswald in 1963.
“The Texas Theatre remains a significant part of the Kennedy assassination story, and The Sixth Floor Museum is pleased that efforts to restore and return the theater to life are finally being realized” said Sixth Floor Museum Curator Gary Mack.
Aviation Cinemas is excited to add Mr. Mack and Mr. Horn to the guest list as one of the major goals for the company is to preserve the history of the Texas Theatre and all those involved in its early days.
Doors open at 5pm with cocktails and appetizers for attendees. At 5:25 Special Guest Mayor Tom Leppert will speak and officially cut the ribbon on the newly renovated theatre. City Councilwoman Delia Jasso, who was been integral in the revitalization efforts of the Theatre and throughout Oak Cliff, will speak next as the group enters the space for a tour. At 7:00pm there will be a special screening of the classic holiday comedy “Plains Trains and Automobiles” inside the theatre. Dress is business casual or your favorite Holiday sweater / turtleneck and jacket combo.
The official schedule for the event on Dec 9th is as follows:
5:00pm – opening remarks from Mayor Tom Leppert, Delia Jasso and Aviation Cinemas Partners Barak Epstein, Eric Steele, Jason Reimer, Adam Donaghey and Special Guests.
5:30pm – Official Ribbon Cutting
5:45 - 7:00pm – Appetizers and cocktails in the Texas Theatre bar and lobby area
7:00 - 8:30pm – Free screening of Holiday Classic “Planes, Trains and Automobiles”
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Gibson Les Paul Custom - Daniel's main guitar since the late 90's. Used in Open
Fender 1972 Telecaster Deluxe - Black Finish. Used for all songs in standard
tuning, such as "Young Modern Station" and "Ana's Song (Open Fire)".
Fender 1972 Telecaster Deluxe - Natural Wood Finish. Used for all songs in
standard which require a capo, most notably "Those Thieving Birds/Strange
Behaviour/Those Thieving Birds Part 2".
Rickenbacker 330/12 semi-hollow 12-string - Used in standard tuning for "The
Greatest View" and "World Upon Your Shoulders".
Paul Reed Smith Custom 24 - Emerald Green finish. One of Daniel's original
guitars. Now used in dropped-D tuning for "The Door". The guitar was once owned
by Page Hamilton of the band Helmet.
Paul Reed Smith McCarty Standard - Black finish. Used since the Freak Show era,
and now for songs in E-B-G-D-A-B tuning such as "The Lever" and "One Way Mule".
Gibson SG Heritage - Tuned half a step down for "Straight Lines".
Maton EM325C semi-acoustic - Sparkle finish. Used in an unusual tuning of
F-C-G-D-G-D, used for the songs "Tuna In The Brine", "Across The Night" and "Luv