While your neighbors hire companies to build big banners, you can make a free #TinyBanner AKA #TeenyBanner. On Mothers Day 2020, Dave Lieber shows how it happens
You could hear Gary Blagg and his big truck rocking with rap music coming down Grapevine’s Main Street. Forget that he was in his 70s. He acted like he was an 18-year-old.
The biggest risk I ever took was proposing to my wife in the newspaper. WHAT IF SHE SAID NO? As we celebrate the 25th anniversary of our marriage, here’s that original award-winning story.
Dave Lieber’s new hit play on Amon “Mr. Fort Worth” Carter nominated for six awards, including Best Play
As the play about Amon Carter launches its #AmonOnTour for a show in West Texas, good news trickles in about six great award nominations, including Best Play.
Comments from followers of Dave Lieber’s Watchdog column in The Dallas Morning News show the need for more investigative reporting in newspapers across the country. Readers want to know someone is fighting for them.
Back in the 1990s’ Damian Mason was one of America’s best Bill Clinton impersonators. But after Clinton left office, what was next? Damian reinvented himself several times. He earned his certified professional speaking designation.
This is the only place on the Internet to get the new Amon Carter hardcover book by Dave Lieber, the companion book to the hit play, AMON! The Ultimate Texan. There’s $5 off the list price here, too. You’ll love the book. More Amon stories and 100 classic photos.
“I hate the way Amazon sells a new book at a deep discount before it’s even printed,” says Dave Lieber, the author and playwright of the new book and play, AMON! The Ultimate Texan. “I’m breaking the rules by not giving this book to Amazon. Not yet. I have a feeling my story subject — Amon Carter, the powerful Texas media mogul — wouldn’t have stood for it either.”
College students in business school need to learn how excellent storytelling helps propel business. Dave Lieber showed them how. Here’s what they say about it.
Fort Worth public debut of my Amon Carter play set for Sept. 20, 21, 27 and 28 in city’s Cultural District
A new play shows why Amon Carter is the Alexander Hamilton of North Texas