Posts Tagged ‘finals’

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 29 If you missed any of the performances from the recently ended season of Metropolitan Opera broadcasts, you can catch them now in a summer encore series running each Wednesday. Better still, they’re playing in some th...


Can Mark Cuban Be Quiet Again Please?

Jeff Prince
It was so nice to hear silence from Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban during the long playoff run. But then his team became NBA champs. And now he’s back to his old self. Sure, he’s innovative, which is how he parla...



Cleveland Love For Dallas Gets Creepy

Jeff Prince
The people in Cleveland, Ohio were surely jilted and angered by NBA superstar LeBron James’ decision to flee their dingy town and seek bigger spotlights in flashy Miami this season. So when the Dallas Mavs crushed the dre...


Congratulations Go To Miami Heat

Jeff Prince
This doesn’t quite compare to the Dewey-Truman newspaper headline, but the Miami Herald embarrassed itself today by running a full page Macy’s ad congratulating the Miami Heat for winning the NBA championship. In re...



Dallas Mavs To Lose On Sunday

Jeff Prince
A local sports fan mocked my prediction last week that the Dallas Mavs would sweep the Miami Heat in three games at home and win the team’s first ever Finals. Well, Mr. Smarty Pants, my bold prediction fell one shot short...


Several Good Things About Today

Jeff Prince
First off, it’s Friday. And that’s a very, very good thing. And how about them Dallas Mavericks? Not only was last night’s comeback in Game 2 of the Finals amazing to watch, it’ll inspire the Mavs to tur...



McCammon Rings Out

Big Ticket
There were 110 entries for this year’s Marguerite McCammom Biennial Voice Competition, sponsored by the Fort Worth Opera Guild. Of these, 26 will be heard in semifinal performances Friday in the auditorium of the Fort Worth M...


This Ain’t Their Best Rodeo

Tradition won’t pay the rent for bull riders in Fort Worth.
Dan McGraw
About an hour and a half before he is to pop his light frame onto the back of a 1,500-pound bull, Kyle Miller stretches to get ready.