Alexandra Cooper in an Instagram post for her podcast "Call Her Daddy"

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Alexandra Cooper in an Instagram post for her podcast "Call Her Daddy"

Barstool Sports profits off ‘Call Her Daddy’ drama with ‘Cancel Suitman’ hoodies

Barstool Sports has released merchandise calling to “cancel Suitman” — escalating its highly documented war with an HBO Sports boss who allegedly has come between the two stars of Barstool’s slutty podcast “Call Her Daddy.”

The man behind Hat Tricks joins Lava Cantina

By ADAM SCHRADER Published in The Lewisville Texan Journal on Feb. 4, 2016 In the early 2000s, Dallas Cowboys special teams coach Joe Avezzano bought a mom-and-pop dart bar to turn into the concert venue of his dreams. Coach Joe’s Hat Tricks, a 300-person bar and restaurant, officially opened its

Diddy speaks at a school in Harlem (Photo by Adam Schrader)

Sean (Diddy) Combs kicks off first day of new Harlem charter school he co-founded

Rap mogul and would-be educator Sean (Diddy) Combs delivered a rousing speech Monday to kick off the first day of classes at a new charter school he co-founded in his old Harlem neighborhood.

Construction begins on Lewisville's Coyote Drive-In theater.(Photo by Adam Schrader)

Anticipation for Coyote Drive-In grows, company postpones opening for rain

Drive-in theaters have been absent from the Denton County community since The Rancho in Denton closed in the 1980s. There hasn’t been a theater like it in Lewisville since one closed off Business 121 in the 1970s.

Construction begins on Lewisville's Coyote Drive-In theater.(Photo by Adam Schrader)

City grants $306,500 in economic incentives to Coyote Drive In

The City of Lewisville passed an economic development agreement, granting $306,500 in incentives to Coyote Drive In, at its Feb. 15 meeting.

21-year-old Lewisville native Anne Winters pursues acting dream in Los Angeles

Anne Winters, 21, uses her youthful looks to her advantage, usually playing 15- to 17-year-olds on shows like The Fosters, Wicked City and Tyrant.

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‘Calendar Girls’ cast strips for cause

The Greater Lewisville Community Theater will host the region premiere of the comedy Calendar Girls by Tim Firth. Landing the licensing rights to produce the play has become a big deal for southern Denton County’s arts community.

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