Opening night: It teeters on the dangerously thin railing between triumph and disaster. After finally opening following a nine-day delay, the Pavilion at the Irving Music Factory — stealthily renamed Toyota Music Factory — felt growing pains as seats were filled and amps were cranked for the first time.
Iceland’s WOW Air plans to bring its cheap, no-frills fares to DFW International Airport next spring, giving North Texas travelers nonstop access to an increasingly popular tourist destination and a connecting gateway to nearly two dozen European cities.
In the hallucinatory Hollywood dreams of Live Nation concert promoters, it must appear as the Optimus Prime of live music venues, transforming at will from a cozy 2,500-seater, to a 4,000-seat indoor theater, and then into its final form: an open-air amphitheater with room for 8,000.
SEATTLE — Amazon has opened the search for a second headquarters, promising to spend more than $5 billion on whatever site it chooses in North America.
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Irving continues to grow at a fast pace. Here are just a few of the projects currently underway.