Making Dallas Even Better
After a night of terror and tragedy downtown, our city unites to mourn and pray.
The outspoken Mavericks owner will serve as MC and sponsor of this free summer concert series, which will also be broadcast live on Cuban's AXS TV network. Tickets are free, but will be issued first-come, first-served.
Aug. 11: The Monkees
Aug. 25: Bret Michaels
Sept. 1: KC & The Sunshine Band
Note: A scheduled Aug. 18 performance by The Village People has been cancelled.
Sept. 8: Bad Company
The stand-up comic, who you may or may not recognize from his role on the new Netflix show Grace and Frankie, is making a weeklong stand in Fort Worth, performing his own comedy and bringing up other comics for a workshop to demonstrate how the stand-up sausage gets made, as it were. He's been doing comedy since long before he made it to TV (or online streaming services, anyways) and that's still where his humor is strongest.
Both a sequel and a condensed version of Homer’s epic poem, An Iliad recounts the events of the Trojan War in light of the never-ending global conflicts that follow in its wake. Our narrator in this one-man show has been singing of Achilles’ rage for millennia, but there is always another war, and another chapter to his story, whether it’s in ancient Greece or modern day Syria.
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