Posts Tagged ‘entertainment’

The Rise of Dickies Arena: Fort Worth Lassos $540M Facility Via Public-Private Partnership

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Dickies Arena received its last ceremonial piece of steel this week. Carrying the signatures of more than 100 city leaders and representatives, the beam moved the massive multipurpose facility even closer to hosting big-name concerts, sporting events, rodeos, and family

It’s Party Time! Social Dining Platform Brings People Together

Posted by David Kirkpatrick

Interested in trying out new foods and meeting new people in a casual and personal social atmosphere?

Carl LaFlamme, founder and CEO of DinDinParty.com, sees a marketplace ready to embrace a new approach to dining out and hosting events. …

Arlington: Swinging for the Fences

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

This article originally appeared in the Dallas-Fort Worth Real Estate Review.

A home run. A touchdown. You can pick your sports metaphor when it comes to the city of Arlington becoming a dynamic part of the North Texas economy. The

Topgolf Plans to Tee Up Dubai Entertainment Venue in 2019

Posted by Lance Murray

Dallas-based Topgolf announced that it has entered into a partnership with Dubai Golf to open a venue in the United Arab Emirates, the company’s first location in the Middle East.

The announcement comes on the heels of Topgolf’s international expansion …

Jerry Jones Kicks Off Accelerator at The Star in Frisco

Posted by Heather Noel

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and the Jones family are teaming up with Blue Star Sports CEO Rob Wechsler to create a new accelerator for early- to mid-stage companies. 

Blue Star Accelerator will be a “first of its kind accelerator …

Jables Helps You Know What’s Happening in DFW

Posted by Patrick Kobler

APP UPDATE TO BE RELEASED DURING STARTUP WEEK


Jables is helping Dallas-Fort Worth answer the age-old question — “What should we do today?” — by making curated, area-specific events more easily accessible.

“Finding good restaurants is pretty easy. But finding …

Six Flags Turns Rollercoasters into 3-D Thrill Rides

Posted by Lance Murray

Grand Prairie-based Six Flags Entertainment Corp. and Samsung are teaming up to give riders on some of the company’s rollercoasters a 3-D, virtual reality thrill ride, including on coasters at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington and Six Flags Fiesta …