Author Archives: Josh Kasoff

Josh Kasoff

About Josh Kasoff

Josh Kasoff is a proud alum of The University of North Texas living in East Dallas with his 2 close friends and a hilariously awkward Great Dane. During his time interning at Disney World, he developed a deep interest and love of all things original and foreign. He is currently working on his manuscript and enjoys vegetarian cooking, songwriting, food festivals, alternative music concerts and dogs of all kinds. Josh reports on arts and entertainment news stories for MUIPR. Follow him on Twitter, @CaptainKasoff.

Dallas Marijuana March 2017

Of the many polarizing subjects that have been debated for decades, none have quite received as much attention and growing support as the legalization of cannabis. Support to legalize cannabis on a federal level has reached an all time high for many reasons beyond simply teenagers wanting to get high. Instead, the majority of Americans… Read More

Congressman Beto O’Rourke: Campaigning Without PAC’s

It’s no surprise whatsoever that money almost owns Washington and many prominent political campaigns, with good reason. After all the traveling, speeches, interviews, debates and PR events, political campaigns can be incredibly expensive. Since money doesn’t grow on trees, finances must be provided somewhere.   In comes political actions committees to the rescue. PAC’s, as… Read More

The Shark President?: Mark Cuban Seriously Considering Presidential Run

With this past very tumultuous presidential election where literally anything that could possibly happen did in fact happen and often with disastrous results, over 300 million Americans realized the very valid lesson that anything could happen and that literally anyone could be elected President of The United States regardless of political experience. When the game… Read More

A Match Made in Heaven: Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner

With the many television channels and streaming services offering their own original content on cooking, you as the consumer are bound to experience something special or otherwise unique on every single program. There’s plenty of shows on the plenty of channels, everything from traveling across the world with Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown on CNN to… Read More

Beyond Bread: Dallas Gluten Free Expo 2017

Food-based allergies, regardless of exactly what type, are always inconvenient. Whether it’s the ever present lactose intolerance or random allergies such as my father’s allergy to figs, food-based allergies could limit the types of foods one could eat drastically. And of all the allergies regarding food, one allergy has been receiving great amounts of attention… Read More