Articles by Skip Hollandsworth
May 31, 1997 — By Skip Hollandsworth
Frankie Mitchell and Janet Evans want to be together, but their families are feuding. It’s a story as old as Shakespeare—older, in fact, because they’re Gypsies, the children of two prominent Dallas clans, and ancient superstitions guide every aspect of their lives. Even love.
Jun 30, 1996 — By Skip Hollandsworth
There haven’t been many successful sister acts in the world of modeling, but don’t tell that to the Parkses. Farm girls who grew up near Arlington in the tiny community of Webb, 20-year-old Wende, 22-year-old Becky, 23-year-old Kelly, and 26-year-old Kimberly piled into the front seat of a pickup truck…
Jan 1, 1996 — By Skip Hollandsworth
BESIDES THE TASTE OF ITS CHIPS, Frito-Lay’s advertising has had a lasting impact on Americans. Grown-ups can still sing all the words to “Ai-yi-yi-yi, I’m the Frito Bandito” and “Munch a Bunch of Fritos.” Only time will tell if the supermodels’ plug for Baked Lay’s will join the ranks of…
May 31, 1994 — By Skip Hollandsworth
After fifteen years, Tommy Tune and Larry L. King are at it again: The sequel to the most famous musical about our state opens of Broadway.
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