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Roundup: Pride, Pink’s pig and other peripatetic perambulations


by Manuel Mendoza 1 May 2008

Charley Pride recently turned 70 with no fanfare. D Magazine is out to right that wrong with a profile of the Dallas country-music legend. Lost and Found Dept.: Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters lost his flying inflatable pig, one of the band’s longtime symbols, at a music festival Sunday. Frank Campagna to the rescue! The Dallas […]

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Charley Pride recently turned 70 with no fanfare. D Magazine is out to right that wrong with a profile of the Dallas country-music legend.

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Lost and Found Dept.: Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters lost his flying inflatable pig, one of the band’s longtime symbols, at a music festival Sunday. Frank Campagna to the rescue! The Dallas artist/gallery owner has been commissioned to fabricate a quickie replacement just in time for Waters’ show here. That’s the Frank we know and love.

Comings and goings: Former Dallas Morning News theater critic, painter and playwright Tom Sime is departing his job at Contemporary Theatre of Dallas and heading to New York to pursue his theater career. Good luck, buddy! Sime will be replaced at Contemporary by lighting designer Russell Dyer. Meanwhile, local filmmaker Dennis Bishop takes over as artistic director at Lone Star Film Society in Fort Worth.

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