In this July 3, 1963 file photo, U.S. President John F. Kennedy stands at the lectern behind a production slate board during a television taping at the White House. (AP Photo) by Frazier Moore AP Television Writer NEW YORK (AP) — It’s a measure of how long ago President John F. Kennedy died that, at the time, television was described as a young medium. With the shooting in Dallas, TV grew up. Coverage that November weekend 50 years ago signaled, at last, that television could fulfill its grand promise. It could be “more than wires and lights in a box,” in the words of newsman Edward R. Murrow, and not just the “vast wasteland” that Federal Communications Commission chairman Newton Minow had branded it just two years before.
No Sagging Sign by Cierra Duncan HOUSTON (NNPA)-– Should “sagging” be banned? Some establishments think so. Two Houston McDonald’s locations recently joined the list of Texas restaurants that have banned customers wearing sagging pants with their underwear showing. Signs placed on the doors read, “Pull your pants up or don’t come in. Try to have some decency and respect for others. No one wants to see your underwear.” Children under the age of three are exempt.
This photo provided by the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office shows Erbie Bowser after a previous arrest. (AP Photo/Dallas County Sheriff’s Office) by Uriel J. GarciaAssociated Press Writer DALLAS (AP) — Erbie Lee Bowser taught special education students and started a nonprofit that would provide clothing, tutoring and food for children. He entertained Dallas Mavericks’ fans with a goofy dance troupe. Friends and family members described him as a “gentle giant.” But the Texas man with an imposing 6-foot-7, 335-pound figure had a violent history, as court documents showed he’d threatened to kill his estranged wife and her sons.
Bishop T.D. Jakes will host MegaFest in Dallas, August 29-31, 2013. America’s largest inspirational festival will bring together four of Jakes’ most popular conferences:…
Actress Shannon Richardson poses for a photo, in Texarkana, Texas. Richardson made an initial appearance in a Texarkana, Texas, courtroom Friday, June 7, 2013, after being charged with mailing a threatening communication to the president. (AP Photo/Texarkana Gazette)