Category Archives: Dallas history

Airline Abuse at New Altitude 

Airline Atrocities – we all have a story.  With airline atrocities at a new height, the time seems right to share my mine. In the last Century, I wrote a column for the Garland Daily News, that was also carried … Continue reading

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Loving Blindly, Like Katie Morosky in “The Way We Were”

Redford’s character (Hubbell) said to Streisand’s in THE WAY WE WERE: “When you love someone, from Roosevelt to me, you go deaf, dumb and blind.” Like Streisand’s Katie Morosky, I also do that. From the Beatles to collies, I give … Continue reading

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Twenty-five years ago today, Jerry Jones publicly announced his purchase of the DALLAS COWBOYS.

Twenty-five years ago today, Jerry Jones publicly announced his purchase of the DALLAS COWBOYS. At the time I was a columnist for a group of small newspapers owned by one big one (the Dallas Morning News), and the following is … Continue reading

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