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  • We Survived Ebola, What’s Next?

    So every few years there is the next big thing that’s supposed to kill us all — Killer bees, Y2K, bird flu. There is always something we should be worrying about. Jason James explores what the next big thing to fear is.

  • Last Call: Dallas Film Festival Deadline This Friday

    DALLAS — So did you shoot a movie this year? Are you a closet filmmaker that thinks you have what it takes to make it to the next level? Do you want to see how you measure up against your peers and other filmmakers? Well, the final day to  submit your movie to the acclaimed Dallas International Film Festival is this Friday.  Check out their website for details. The Dallas Film Society, the folks putting on the festival, have events […]

  • PHOTOS: Chris Rock Takes Big D By the Horns

    DALLAS — Chris Rock has been busy touring America at a whirl wind pace.  He’s stopped off at Boston, Philly, Baltimore, and Atlanta. He stopped by Dallas on Wednesday before heading to St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit then Toronto. Rock was at the AMC theater at NorthPark Center to promote TOP 5. This is film is considered by some as one of Rock’s best films to date. It hits theaters Friday.   TOP FIVE digs under the surface of show business, politics, […]

  • Cheetah Visits School Children

    DALLAS — So what do you get when you mix a cheetah, a bird and a dog? Well if you ask most school kids, they may think it’s some odd hybrid creature. But if you ask Thomas Edison Middle Learning Center kids, they’ll say it was an experience they won’t forget. In honor of National Cheetah Day on December 4, the Dallas Zoo visited Thomas Edison kids with a cheetah, his best friend and a Trumpeter Hornbill. Winspear, a 16-month-old cheetah, […]

  • Improversations: Taking on Open Mic

    Standing in front of a large group of strangers, and trying to make them laugh takes a special kind of person. Jason James would know — he’s been doing stand up for years. But Open Mic is a different kind of animal. It’s a chance for veterans to hone their craft and new comedians to get their feet wet.  Jason heads over to Hyena’s Comedy Club in Dallas to show us more.

  • Sundown at Granada: Dinner and a Show

    You’ve had a hard week, so why not treat yourself to a night out on the town? Maybe check out a concert and grab dinner. Well, if you head over to Lower Greenville, the Sundown at Granada has you covered.  Located right next door to the historic Granada Theater, Sundown serves up entertainment and healthy food. Owner and music fan Mike Schoder knew he’d be spending a lot of time at his Granada Theater and Sundown restaurant, so it was […]

  • Have You Started Christmas Shopping Yet?

    Christmas specials and sales happen earlier and earlier each year. In this episode of Improversations, comedian Jason James wants to know if you already started shopping yet.

  • Operation Christmas Child: Boxes of Love Sent to Needy Kids

    In a  warehouse near DFW airport, volunteers from various churches, walks of life, and ages come together with a uniting purpose — to bring gifts to needy children around the world. 20, 000 volunteers around the country have been helping out with that same purpose of packaging and bringing gifts to children in need, in hopes of bringing much needed items and joy to 10 million children in 90 countries. Samaritan’s Purse’s Operation Christmas has been collecting more than 113 […]

  • #Dallas4Ferguson: Protesters Arrested After Shutting Down I-35

    DALLAS — It went from peaceful to tense Tuesday night as hundreds of Ferguson protesters shut down I-35 near Dealey Plaza in Dallas. Seven protesters were arrested when they refused to leave, backing up traffic for miles for at least an hour. Things started earlier in the evening when more than 200 people peacefully marched to DPD headquarters on Lamar Street, demanding justice for Michael Brown and all victims of police brutality. After the prayer vigil, part of the group decided to […]

  • Dallas Stars Shine Bright for Children

    DALLAS — Dallas Stars visited Children’s Medical Center Dallas Monday Afternoon. Team captain Jamie Benn,  centerman Shawn Horcoff,  and centerman Cody Eakin were just some of the players who traded in pucks and helmets for foosballs and joysticks. In a couple of play areas for Children’s Medical patients kids made there way up to play and interact with the sports stars. Getting autographed cards and challenging players to video games and foosball smiles could be seen on everyone. And for […]

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