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Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members. I noticed the cupcake place that is often talked about in the 1604/Potranco thread got a review in the business section of the EN today.It must have been an antecedent to the wacky outtakes phenomenon made popular by Burt Reynolds, Jackie Chan, and Don Rickles.
This sort of media dominance (except by the Current, of course) seems unthinkable today. This hotel weakens not only the tradition of the skyline, but perhaps the livelihood of other, smaller (more interesting? I'd like to think that places like the Havana Hotel and the Tropicana won't be affected by the recent hotel building frenzy, but one has to wonder.
Put another way, are these new hotels bringing more tourists to town, or simply reshuffling the deck?
Perhaps the purple paint on the walls is also explained by the stars.
Months back I recall a worker on a precarious ladder doing work on the top right window. Rumor has there are rock and roll photographs on the bottom floor for a show for Foto Septiembre by local photographer Al Rendon.
There were piles of dirt, hexagonal shaped things in the ground not seen since the pentagrams of Midget Mansion, and declarative signage in the back for identification. Courtesy of custodian Antonio Barron I was able to get inside the former Uptown Theater.
The sign has made the most progress - a good thing? This image is at the junction of a flight of stairs. Barron showed me a photo he had of its former glory. From carbon dating/IMBD search, it seems this was from 1945.
In the 80s for some reason I thought of Randy Beamer as a young David Letterman hambone type.
Specifically, I'm thinking of a scene he did live at La Villita during NIOSA for Chanel 5.
The legend – who suffered a debilitating stroke nearly two years ago – has been filled with wonderful surprises of late.
Travis made a surprise appearance Sunday at the Academy of Country Music Awards, where he quietly stood and acknowledged the thunderous applause from the audience following Lee Brice’s introduction of him after playing a verse of Travis’ hit “Forever and Ever, Amen.” “With the awards in Dallas and celebrating 50 years, it’s something Randy and I would not miss,” Davis said in a statement to PEOPLE before the show.