'Sonic The Hedgehog' Speeds To $57M Debut, 'Parasite' Gets Big Oscars BumpSonic's his name and speed's not his only game. The Blue Blur that saw a major redesign just months ago opened to a $57 million debut, shattering box office records for movies based on a video game.
The Foote Files: Nat King Cole And LoveAs we celebrate Valentine’s Day and honor those we love and cherish, I was pondering on what song to feature today and it was a no brainer.
The Foote Files: Con Funk Shun And FfunIn 1976, the group signed with Mercury Records and by January 1978 released the song “Ffun.”
The Foote Files: Peggy LeeLee got her start on local radio as a vocalist and later performed with Benny Goodman and his orchestra.
Overwatch League Starts Strong In Arlington, New York As Ambitious Global Schedule BeginsThe Overwatch League had a strong start to its new season with sold-out events in Arlington and in New York City. But it's only the beginning for an ambitious season that will take teams like the Dallas Fuel all over the world.
Fallen Angel: Demi Lovato Breaks Social Media Silence, Shows Off New TattooAfter "going dark" on social media, songstress with Dallas roots, Demi Lovato posted a rebirth of sorts - pics of her new ink with a very meaningful message.
Ken Foote Congratulates Chicago's John Records LandeckerJohn Records Landecker, best known during the 70s and early 80s, has been selected for induction into the Broadcasting Hall of Fame of the National Association of Broadcasters.
The Foote Files: 60 Years Of My Three SonsThe show starred Fred MacMurray, Tim Considine (1960-1965), Don Grady, and Stanley and Barry Livingston (brothers in real life).
Janet Jackson's Black Diamond World Tour Stops In Dallas This SummerJanet Jackson is scheduled to perform at American Airlines Center in Dallas on Monday, August 3.
The Foote Files: Dance With The DartellsThe Dartells were a rock band from Oxnard, California. They got together as teens in 1962.
The Foote Files: 60 Years Of The Andy Griffith ShowOn October 3, 2020, we will commemorate the 60th anniversary of the debut of The Andy Griffith Show on the CBS Television Network, one of the most beloved sitcoms of all times.