Trump's attempt to rewrite history just took a big hit

(CNN) — The news that former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is now cooperating with the House's January 6 select committee investigation represents a clear and present danger to the former president and his attempts to rewrite the history of that fateful day. "He has produced records...
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Dallas investor snaps up almost 2,400 D-FW rental units

A Dallas-based real estate investor has made one of its largest apartment buys ever — almost 2,400 rental units in 10 properties across Dallas-Fort Worth. Apartment investors have been on a buying binge in 2021, acquiring thousands of North Texas rental units as demand for housing and rents have grown.

J.T. Miller, Quinn Hughes lead Canucks past Senators

J.T. Miller scored a goal in a three-point game while Quinn Hughes collected four assists to lead the visiting Vancouver Canucks to a second straight win with a 6-2 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday. Luke Schenn collected one goal and one assist, while Tanner Pearson, Tyler Motte, Bo...

The Affordable Backyard Pizza Oven Even Serious Pizza Snobs Brag About

Flour, sauce, cheese and heat. That’s the basis of the most beloved food on earth. Anyone who knows me knows I devote lots of time here in Los Angeles eating and thinking and writing about pizza. Several years ago, I spent weeks at a world-famous pizza academy in Marina Del Rey training to become a master pizzaiolo, and I’ve traveled the world writing about the finer points of charred crust and bubbled mozzarella.

3 reasons why Cavs’ gigantic experiment is a big-brain move

For the past few years, the Cleveland Cavaliers have been in rebuilding mode after the departure of hometown hero LeBron James back in 2018. The Cavs have built up a young core in the years since LeBron left, and, finally, this roster is starting to unleash its impressive potential. Through...

‘The Wizard of Oz’: Judy Garland’s Dorothy Almost Didn’t Have Ruby Slippers

The Wizard of Oz is among the most beloved movies of all time. The tale of Dorothy Gale’s (Judy Garland) accidental trek to the magical land of Oz has been a perennial favorite for generations. Still, the movie’s legendary production has long been mired in dark secrets and tragedy. But even more than all of that, some fans might not realize one of the film’s most iconic elements almost never appeared on screen at all.

Bianco Properties purchases Garland shopping center

St. Louis-based Bianco Properties announced it has acquired North Garland Crossing Shopping Center located within northeast Dallas submarket of Garland. The shopping center is strategically positioned at the highly trafficked corner of North Garland Ave and President George Bush Turnpike, which serves as the primary retail intersection in the trade area. This 75,811 square foot center is shadow anchored by Super Target and includes national tenants Michaels, PetSmart, AT&T, and Starbucks. North Garland Crossing marks Bianco’s sixth retail acquisition over the past four years collectively valued at over $100 million.

Developer tapped for Crescent parcel

Roxbury’s long-vacant ‘Crescent Parcel’ is set to be transformed with new housing units, green space and new church parish space as the city’s development agency moves forward with one of several plans proposed this past spring. The land, located at 1125 Tremont St., has around 73,000 square feet of undeveloped...

Florida School Boards Group Ditches NSBA After ‘Domestic Terror’ Letter

The Florida School Boards Association announced on Tuesday it would leave the National School Boards Association (NSBA) effective Wednesday, in a continuation of the backlash from state board associations against the NSBA for colluding with Attorney General Marrick Garland to target parents under domestic terrorism laws. “The board voted to...