Former scout: If he's the best player on their board, Dallas should draft this

Former scout: If he's the best player on their board, Dallas should draft this
Former Mississippi offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil runs through a drill during the University of Mississippi's NCAA college football Pro Day in Oxford, Miss., Monday, March 28, 2016. (Bruce Newman/The Oxford Eagle via AP) NO SALES; MANDATORY …
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Man shoots girl with real gun during water pistol fight at Houston-area
A 42-year-old man is accused of accidentally shooting a teenager in the shoulder during a water gun fight at a barbecue in a Houston suburb Sunday, news reports say. The 15-year-old girl was taken to a hospital, and Jason Speights was arrested on a …
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Dallas Arts District high-rise tower brings major tenant on board

Dallas Arts District high-rise tower brings major tenant on board
Park District Tower, the new Arts District office tower being built on the sweet patch of grass next to the Dallas Museum of Art, has signed an anchor office tenant: PwC, a typographically challenged firm that does quality assurance, tax, and advisory …
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Lincoln Property is starting work on new Dallas Arts District tower
Less than six months after buying the high-profile corner of Woodall Rodgers Freeway and Pearl Street in the Dallas Arts District, the developer is breaking ground on a 25-story office high-rise. The 260,000-square-fooot metal and glass tower will go …
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Dallas Artist Jeff Zilm Was an Overnight Sensation Decades in the Making
There probably has never been a Dallas-based artist whose career has blown up quite like Jeff Zilm's. Sure, we've had artists mount great exhibitions around the world, win national media attention, and have pieces collected by our area museums. But in …
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The Best and the Worst of the Dallas Art Scene in 2015
Whatever went wrong, the tone of the conversation in a large part of the art world in Dallas is deep-rooted frustration. I tried to spread the good and the bad evenly in this annual round-up of the Dallas art world. As always, I'm starting with the …
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