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Paul Gonzales Entertainment Reporter 358-2550, ext. 116

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Paul Gonzales is the entertainment writer at the Bee-Picayune and can be reached at 358-2550, ext. 116, or at thescene@mySouTex.com.

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  • The bus driver, director and producer get off the bus and chat with local authorities after being stopped for passing in front of the prison numerous times. The officers were just making sure it was the film cast and crew as they had read about the filming taking place in a previous issue of the newspaper. Everyone was sent on their way after a few short minutes.
    The bus driver, director and producer get off the bus and chat with local authorities after being stopped for passing in front of the prison numerous times. The officers were just making sure it was the film cast and crew as they had read about the filming taking place in a previous issue of the newspaper. Everyone was sent on their way after a few short minutes.
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  • R. W. Dirks, Jr. has appeared as an extra in many films over the years. During a break in the filming the bearded extra talked to the director and was then asked to sit next to the main actor and tell him about Beeville as they drove and filmed.
    R. W. Dirks, Jr. has appeared as an extra in many films over the years. During a break in the filming the bearded extra talked to the director and was then asked to sit next to the main actor and tell him about Beeville as they drove and filmed.
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  • Paul Gonzales photo.Lead singer Chris Carrabba, formerly of the band "Dashboard Confessional", brought his new folk rock band "Twin Forks" to the House of Rock in Corpus Christi for the first stop on their latest tour Friday, June 27. It was also the first time he's played in Corpus Christi. Carrabba has had numerous hits with his previous band including a song on the "Spider-Man 2" soundtrack and an MTV Unplugged episode where he performed with R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe. Now with "Twin Forks", Carrabba's been steadily touring to promote their sef-titled debut album across the United States.
    Paul Gonzales photo.Lead singer Chris Carrabba, formerly of the band "Dashboard Confessional", brought his new folk rock band "Twin Forks" to the House of Rock in Corpus Christi for the first stop on their latest tour Friday, June 27. It was also the first time he's played in Corpus Christi. Carrabba has had numerous hits with his previous band including a song on the "Spider-Man 2" soundtrack and an MTV Unplugged episode where he performed with R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe. Now with "Twin Forks", Carrabba's been steadily touring to promote their sef-titled debut album across the United States.
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