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Pete Freedman

Sprawling.

Plano's Suburbia Music Festival Announces Its Lineup. Since last August, when we first caught wind that an outdoor, Live Nation-produced, two-day music fe...

Law & Order.

Premiere: The O's Battle Bad Guys, Kill Comedian Paul Varghese In New "Outlaws" Video Next week, for what feels like the umpteenth time since the band...

This Is Heavy.

Stream Two Brand New Quaker City Night Hawks Tracks. As I type this, the fellas in the Sons of Anarchy-approved Quaker City Night Hawks are likely huddled arou...

Life of The Party.

Take A Stroll Down Memory Lane With Some Old Photos From The Party. Back on Christmas Eve, we passed along some truly epic news -- that the next installment of...

Won Over.

Exclusive Premiere: Check Out The Debut Music Video From Denton's Kaela Sinclair. Like many a talented Denton-sprung musician before her, Florida native Kaela ...

Pressing Forward.

What Vibe Will Plano's Suburbia Music Festival Seek? A Free Press Summer Fest-Like One. Earlier this week, a somewhat clandestine update appeared on the F...

Go Team.

Watch The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders From The Perspective of a Hula Hoop. The formula is pretty simple:(that viral video from a few years back of people at Bu...

Now I See.

A First Look At The Just-Opened Blind Butcher on Lower Greenville. There was no formal announcement of any sort, really. Still, come 4 o'clock yesterday aft...

Read It & Weep.

Our Most Popular Stories of 2013. These past 12 months in Dallas have been nothing if not entertaining. And, from the re-emergence of Deep Ellum as a legiti...

Pete Freedman

Co-Founder, President, Publisher

Pete is the founder, editor and president of Central Track. He is the former music editor of the Dallas Observer. His work has been published in The Daily Beast, Deadspin, LA Weekly, Village Voice, Spin Magazine, The Miami Herald and The Toronto Star, among other major publications. The Association of Alternative Newsweeklies has honored his long-form narrative writing and his blogging efforts alike. In 2009, NBCDFW.com named him one of the 25 Most Interesting People in DFW, a fact he remains all too eager to bring up at dinner parties.