The Wild Detectives is a coffee shop meets bar meets bookstore located in the hip Bishop Arts District. It was opened by two Spaniards who met in Ireland and decided to relocate to Texas. The shop sells books and records from local artists and features beer from local breweries.
All Star Equestrian Horse Farm specializes in therapeutic horse riding. They welcome all riders from autistic children and adults to veterans with PTSD, and they do it with open hearts and caring attitudes.
Rudolph’s Market and Sausage Factory has been a Dallas favorite since 1895. The family owned business is currently run and operated under its third-generation owners, Richard and Brandon Andreason.
Willie Baronet, an SMU advertising professor, speaks on his art and what inspires his creative process.
At Nick and Sam’s Steakhouse, Executive Chef Scott Townend uses his background in classical French cuisine, and his love for food to run one of Dallas’s most prestigious restaurants, and it’s not a job for everyone.
Josey Records is the new 15,500 square foot home to hundreds of thousands new and used vinyls, tapes, 45’s, and more. JT Donaldson, one of Josey’s founders, shares some history behind the store’s opening as well as their plans for the future, proving that vinyl is back and here to stay.
:05 – WFAA Anchor John McCaa records a teaser for the 10 p.m. newscast.
:10 – WFAA Sports Anchor Dale Hansen reads the updates for the day’s sports and Floor Director Bill Sons readies the next camera.
:14 – Cameraman Dode Vigley adjusts his rundown before it’s time to go on the air.
:19 – Cameraman Jared Phillips adjusts his camera and Sons gets ready to cue the anchors for the start of the show.
:24 – McCaa waits patiently for the commercial break to be over.
:29 – Producer Jenny Lyon and Director John Rios anticipate the D-block and review the CGs for the next story.
:38 – Sons checks how much time is left before Chief Meteorologist Pete Delkus delivers his weather forecast.
:44 – McCaa and co-anchor Cynthia Izaguirre read the opening stories for the 10 p.m. newscast.
:48 – Delkus teases his weather forecast outside of WFAA’s Victory Plaza Studio.
:52 – The on-air talent converse with each other, while the floor director cues the next camera for TV.
:58 – Delkus educates the viewing public about the weather to come.
1:09 – Sons crosses off a story on his rundown.
1:12 – McCaa and Izaguirre check their scripts for upcoming stories.
1:16 – Vigley and Phillips converse before the commercial break is over.
1:22 – The crew gets ready for the end of the newscast and Hansen’s sports update.
1:28 – McCaa and Izaguirre react to a joke told by Sons and get ready to end the newscast.
1:36 – The talent of the 10 p.m. newscast react to a joke told by Delkus.
1:41 – Hansen delivers the updates from Moyal and ends his sports segment.
1:45 – Sons alerts the talent where to look next.
1:51 – Lyon and Rios look over the details of the script for the 10 p.m. newscast.
1:54 – Sons counts down the time until the 10 p.m. newscast is over.
1:56 – Rios brings in the final CGs for the newscast and takes a 2-shot of McCaa and Izaguirre.
1:59 – Sons takes off his headset and heads out the door after a successful night of delivering the news.
Millennial voting is the lowest in years but there are many factors why 18-24-year-olds don’t go to the polls.
ArtLoveMagic is a nonprofit organization that encourages kids and adults to tap into their creative side through the arts. This fall, the group hosted a Dia de los Muertos art show for the Dallas community.
Black Friday has been around for years. However this year, it came a little early as some stores (like this best buy) opened there doors on Thanksgiving day.