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The Cowboys Score for the NTFB (Slideshow)

DSC03001by Steven Doyle

What started many years ago in the parking lot of one of Kent Rathbun’s restaurants has emerged into this marvelous party that raises great awareness and funds for the North Texas Food Bank. This year the Taste of the Cowboys was held at The Star in Frisco which is the ultimate setting for the ultimate tailgate party. Continue reading

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Taste of the Cowboys Benefits NTFB (Slideshow)

DSC01072by Steven Doyle

This weekend we enjoyed the Taste of the Cowboys at the new Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters, The Star. What a marvelous complex and such a beautiful, fun event benefiting the North Texas Food Bank.

Taste of the Cowboys featured past and present Cowboys players including Travis Frederick, Chad Hennings, and Preston Pearson, as well as live entertainment from Reckless Kelly.  Continue reading

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Dallas Cowboy’s Art Tour

by Steven Doyle

If you can’t decide between going to a museum or taking in a Cowboy’s game, fear not — you can do both. There are two tours of the Stadium’s art collection that includes 21 large-scale, site-specific works of art in all, by such artists as Olafur Eliasson, Teresita Fernandez, Doug Aitken, Annette Lawrence, Lawrence Weiner, and Franz Ackermann (pictured above).

The program launched in 2010 with 14 commissioned artworks, installed in prominent locations throughout the stadium. The Dallas Cowboys Art Program was conceived, launched, and funded by Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones and his wife, Gene. Their daughter, Charlotte Anderson, and niece, Melissa Meeks, have also played prominent roles in the project.  Continue reading

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A Performance of Madame Butterfly Free at New Cowboy’s Star in Frisco March 18th



North Texas’ newest entertainment district and Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters, The Star in Frisco, is the location for a free Dallas Opera Simulcast this weekend, the fifteenth in the company’s history.

A critically acclaimed production of Madame Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini will be presented live this coming Saturday, March 18, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. from the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House at the AT&T Performing Arts Center in Dallas.   Continue reading

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Burger of the Day: Kenny Mill’s Chop House Burger

burgerby Steven Doyle

Kenny Mills is a bodacious fan of the burger, and does them extremely well at his burger emporium  at 1700 West Park Row in Arlington. There you will find Chop House Burger which is celebrating the Cowboy’s insanely good season with a burger dedicated to the Pro Bowl and their entry into the play-off this coming weekend. We would love to point out that not one, but six of Dallas’ players will be playing in the Pro Bowl. The Cowboys  are sending quarterback Tony Romo and leading NFL rusher DeMarco Murray, as well as wide receiver Dez Bryant; center Travis Frederick; rookie guard Zack Martin; and tackle Tyron Smith.  Continue reading

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Ultimate Dallas Cowboys Tailgate Party 2013 Benefits NTFB

kentby Andrew Chalk

Sunday night the Dallas Cowboys set themselves a target of raising $200,000 for the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB). An important goal, as the NTFB is $600,000 short of their annual target and the fiscal year ends in June. To get to the target, the Cowboys held the Ultimate Cowboys Tailgate Party.

At an event emceed by Dallas Cowboys DeMarcus Ware and Jason Hatcher alongside former players Preston Pearson, Chad Hennings and Daryl Johnston, guests got the chance to bid in a live auction for such things as wine country luxury getaways, chefs tasting meals for 10 at Abacus, lunch with “Christopher Ewing” (Jesse Metcalfe) and a pit pass and suite at three races at North Texas Motor Speedway. Supplementing the live auction was a silent auction with dozens of lots including Cowboys memorabilia, meals at local restaurants, wines and spirits.       Continue reading

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