Monthly Archives: September 2010

Dallas Celebrates Pride, Censors Press | 2010

I would prefer to be writing about my most recent Pride experience as a happy one as they have historically been, but unfortunately I do not feel that way.

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Dallas Celebrates Pride, Censors Press | 2010

I would prefer to be writing about my most recent Pride experience as a happy one as they have historically been, but unfortunately I do not feel that way.

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Dallas Observer Celebrates 30 Years | Media Industry Collapse To Worsen

The media and its print publications are beginning to recognize that while although it’s costing them an untold amount of dollars to produce print content, they’ve all-along been offering the SAME content online at no cost at all. So, what to do?

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Dallas Observer Celebrates 30 Years | Media Industry Collapse To Worsen

The media and its print publications are beginning to recognize that while although it’s costing them an untold amount of dollars to produce print content, they’ve all-along been offering the SAME content online at no cost at all. So, what to do?

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Arrived: Canon 50mm f/1.4

Arrived: Cannon 50mm f/1.4

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The Dallas Observer & My Return to D.C.

A week ago I received an e-mail from my UNT journalism professor, Thorne Anderson, with an opportunity to work for the Dallas Observer, a free alternative weekly newspaper distributed around Dallas, Texas. In the past I had declined opportunities like this because of my part-time job as Best Buy’s Digital Imaging Specialist in Flower Mound. It was […]

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