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Disaster Recovery Done Right: Trust Atlas for Commercial Water Damage Restoration in Forest Hill, TX.

When you own a business, property damage is an unfortunate occurrence that happens all too often. Property damage can be caused by any number of disasters, both natural and man-made. Most often, however, property damage happens from an excess of water. From very heavy rainstorms to broken pipes, water damage can be incredibly harmful not just for your storefront but for your customers.

When water spreads through your commercial property, it happens quickly, causing damage as it moves. At the same time, furnishings and porous materials soak up moisture. In just a short amount of time, you could be dealing with warping, rotting, and even mold growth. That's why water damage remediation is so important - to address your current damage and prevent water from making your business unsafe.

At Atlas National Renovations, we know that dealing with water damage seems like a losing effort on your own. But when you trust our water damage restoration team, you don't have to lose hope. We provide comprehensive water remediation services for businesses of all size in Texas. From the first time we lay eyes on your water damage to the time we mitigate your problem, we're here for you. With a team of IICRC certified technicians and innovative restoration tools at our disposal, we specialize in making your business safe again.

Unlike some of our competitors, we are fiercely dedicated to our clients and aim to exceed their expectations with the highest quality water damage restoration services in Forest Hill, TX. When water damage hits your business, time is of the essence, which is why we get to work quickly and efficiently by assessing the damage to your property. Once we know the extent of your water damage, we'll consult with you about its severity and detail the next steps you should take so you can make an informed purchasing decision.

With decades of combined experience, there is no disaster cleanup project too complex or large for our team to handle. We assist small businesses, large commercial entities, and even multi-family apartment complexes. Our clients trust Atlas National Renovations to keep them dry, safe, and secure, and it would be our pleasure to help do the same for you.

In addition to our reliability and quality of work, our customers choose us over others because we offer:

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Fair, Accurate Work Estimates

We drain water from your property, not money from your bank account.

Clear, Constant Communication

When you work with Atlas, you're never left wondering what's happening with your commercial property.

Detailed Deadlines and Schedules

We're meticulous about sticking to schedules and meeting deadlines. You can always expect us to be on time and ready to work.

Experienced Project Managers

We assign seasoned, hardworking project managers for each of our projects. When you work with Atlas, you're working with the best.

Courteous and Knowledgeable Leadership

Excellence starts at the top, and our leadership team is the best in the business.

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What is Water Damage Restoration in in Forest Hill, TX

If you're currently dealing with serious water damage from a flood, broken pipe, or other cause, you're probably not sure what to do next. While it's understandable to feel panicky, it's important that you have the water removed as quickly as possible. When structural damage and health hazards are at play, time is of the essence. The longer you wait, the worse the damage will get. The damage you see with your eyes is usually the tip of the iceberg - most water damage gets deep in your carpets and walls fast.

Atlas' water damage restoration services are focused on restoring and repairing the damage that water causes to commercial property. The primary purpose of our restoration services is to return your property to the condition it was in prior to the damage. Once your water damage has been mitigated, our team swoops in to begin the restoration process.

Depending on the scope and severity of your water damage, common water damage restoration services can include:

  • Damaged Flooring and Wall Replacement
  • Damaged Roof Restoration
  • Mold Remediation
  • Humidity and Moisture Testing

While little can be done to predict natural disasters, there are common signs you can keep an eye on to prevent serious water damage from occurring.

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Common Signs of Commercial Water Damage in Forest Hill, TX

There's no convenient time to be sidelined with water damage when it comes to your commercial property and business. Water damage to your commercial or industrial property is particularly devastating because every hour that your business is closed means lost revenue and productivity. You do not just have to deal with damage to the structural integrity of your building - you have to deal with the disruption of service to your loyal customers.

The good news? Atlas is here when you need us most, with a team of highly-trained technicians and unmatched water damage restoration expertise. We're ready to tackle your problem and solve it in an efficient, effective manner, so you can keep your doors open and your clients happy.

As a business owner, you know that one of the best ways to prevent a disaster is to nip it in the bud before it gets out of hand. For that reason, keep an eye out for the following signs of water damage to your commercial property:

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Look for Mold

Look for Mold:

Mold can begin to grow just a day or two after water has taken hold of your business. If you see small signs of mold growth in an area where you suspect a leak, contact Atlas National Renovations ASAP to diagnose the problem.

Check Your Pipes

Check Your Pipes:

If it's safe to do so, check out the piping inside and outside your commercial property. You want to keep a keen eye out for oxidation and corrosion around pipe fixtures. While you're at it, check your water heater for rust too. Corrosion or rust is a telltale sign of a water leak.

Check for Rings

Check for Rings:

Dark spots on walls and ceilings usually indicate water damage. If you see rings around a stain, the damage is probably older. Several rings with different shades of color mean an intermittent issue, where the area has been soaked and dried several times.

Understand Your Property

Understand Your Property:

This is more of a suggestion than a sign. As the commercial property owner, you should know your building's pipe system. You should know what is old and new and what areas may be at risk for water damage. Keep an extra-close eye on areas that have a higher potential for leaks, especially during rainstorms.

Benefits of Commercial Water Damage Restoration
in Forest Hill, TX

When water invades your business or commercial property, you don't have much time to ponder your next course of action. While some business owners opt to try DIY water damage restoration, in most cases, they end up with more damage and expenses than before their leak. For the most effective, comprehensive solution to water damage, it's important that you hire a professional. At Atlas National Renovations, our primary focus is assisting business owners and commercial property managers with water damage restoration. We've been doing it for years, and we can help you too.

Here are just a few of the most common benefits we hear from past customers:

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Safe Shopping Experience

Safe Shopping Experience

If you own a business, the health and safety of your customers is of utmost importance. When water damage occurs inside your storefront, you could be dealing with more than property damage. Depending on the severity of your issue, contaminants and microorganisms may be present, putting your customers' health at risk. When you trust a professional water damage restoration company like Atlas to remediate your water leak, you're not just putting a stop to the leak. Our team will clean and sanitize your business, making it safe for customers to continue shopping at your store.

Quick Response Time

Quick Response Time

Water damage can create unbearable conditions in your commercial property. As such, your water restoration company must be quick to respond. Professional water damage companies like Atlas respond quickly and can clean up water, dry and disinfect the area, and make necessary repairs. Because we have an entire team of pros and industry-leading equipment, we can be on site in minutes.

Less Damage, Better Costs

Less Damage, Better Costs

Water damage can be very expensive. Sometimes, it only takes a couple of hours to result in heavy losses. How soon you call the experts could mean the difference between painting over a water stain and having to rebuild an entire area of damaged drywall. When you call Atlas immediately, clients often reduce the cost of water damage restoration and overall building damage.

Capital Expenditure Services

In addition to our disaster recovery services, we also offer large-scale upgrades and improvements for your capital expenditures. If you own or manage a large commercial building or a multi-family property, you need to make sure your capital expenditures maintain present operating levels and foster your company's future growth.

At Atlas National Renovations, class A, B, and C properties are our bread and butter. We take the time to understand our customer's needs and expectations from the start so we can deliver outstanding results. If you're looking for a top-tier contractor to do the job right the first time, look no further than Atlas. Our customers love our team because we make large, highly-complicated projects easy to finish.

If you're looking to invest in the future of your business, know that we are here to help with projects like these:

  • High Volume Unit Upgrades and Improvements
  • Amenity Upgrades and Conversions
  • Common Area Improvements
  • High Volume Carpet, LVT, and Tile Installation
  • Courtyards and Hardscapes
  • Package Room and Mail Center Upgrades and Additions
  • Fitness Center Upgrades and Improvements
  • Dog Parks and Pet Stations
  • Signage Improvements and Additions
  • LED Lighting and Electrical Upgrades

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Multi-Family Building Deficiencies and Restoration Services

New multi-family properties are entering the market every day. That means that older communities must be renovated to keep up with modern demands and tenant needs. Upgrades to amenities, aesthetics and even structural changes help assets stay up-to-date. At the same time, damages from leaks and storms must be addressed. If you're a multi-family property manager or owner, and need unmatched restoration capability, Atlas National Renovations is here to serve you.

We specialize in cutting-edge, high-quality ways to achieve your renovation goals - for your tenants but also for your corporate leaders and management team. After all, a successful multi-family renovation benefits all parties.

We currently work with the top multi-family groups across our state. Unlike some multi-family renovation companies in Texas, our team understands the inner workings of the multi-family environment. Our customers appreciate our accommodations to their residents, maintenance team, leasing team, corporate leaders, and beyond. We're proud to say we know multi-family, inside and out, and have the credentials to back up those claims.

When crafting a multi-family restoration plan, we always consider your tenant's demographics, your building's curb appeal, property age, and energy efficiency. Whether you need to have significant updates applied to an older property or need a water damage inspection for a brand-new building, we can help.

Here is a quick glance at some of the multi-family renovations that our team handles:

  • Leak Detection and Water Intrusion Investigation
  • Exterior Sealants and Waterproofing
  • Large Interior and Exterior Paint Projects
  • Stucco Remediation and Exterior Facade Re-Clads
  • Full Property Exterior Repaints
  • Concrete and Flatwork
  • Corridor and Common Area Painting
  • Roof Replacement

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Water damage restoration is a crucial, complex process that must be completed properly to save your business from serious damage. Choosing the right professional is equally important, especially when your customers' health is on the line. Whether you need large-scale commercial restoration or quick, effective water damage cleanup for your storefront business, know that we are only a phone call away. Contact our friendly team of experts to learn more about Atlas National Renovations and how we clean up your water damage mess better than the rest.

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Shelley Duvall on Why She Disappeared from Hollywood for 20 Years — and Why She's Making a Return

Shelley Duvall was a film icon in the '70s and '80s, starring with Jack Nicholson in Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, with Robin Williams in Pop...

Shelley Duvall was a film icon in the '70s and '80s, starring with Jack Nicholson in Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, with Robin Williams in Popeye and in a string of acclaimed movies by director Robert Altman, including 3 Women and Nashville. Then she disappeared from Hollywood. What happened to her? In an interview with PEOPLE's Elaine Aradillas, the long-retired actress shares how she's been hiding in plain sight and why she's willing to enter the spotlight again in a new horror movie, The Forest Hills.

In a small, one-stoplight town in the Texas Hill Country, a waitress is quickly jotting down a to-go order: blackened tilapia, crab cake with wedge fries, a side salad, hard-boiled eggs, a sweetened iced tea, and a Dr. Pepper with an extra cup of ice. The waitress looks up. "Is this for Shelley Duvall?"

For the past two decades, Duvall, 73, has been quietly living in the area, where she's a regular at most establishments. While many locals know her, some may be surprised to learn that the gray-haired woman who often breaks into song while speaking is an iconic actress from the '70s and '80s who showed off her impressive range and quirky style in classic films including Woody Allen's Annie Hall, Robert Altman's Popeye and Stanley Kubrick's The Shining. After acting in more than 20 movies and producing several TV shows, Duvall decided to step away from Hollywood in 2002 and retire in Central Texas.

That is, until now. Duvall is returning to acting in an indie horror film, The Forest Hills, which will premiere on March 11 at Smodcastle Cinemas in Atlantic Highlands, N.J. (a theater owned by filmmaker Kevin Smith). Director-writer-producer Scott Goldberg, who's seeking further distribution for the movie, says he called Duvall last year and asked her to play a supporting role: "Shelley's a Hollywood icon. I'm happy that she has the opportunity to show that she still has the talent." Says Duvall: "Acting again—it's so much fun. It enriches your life."

See Shelley Duvall on Set of 'The Forest Hills,' Her First Movie After 20 Years Away

Duvall's long disappearance from Hollywood sparked speculation about her mental health over the years. But in person she's sharp, earthy, a bit eccentric and sometimes emotional as she looks back on her unique career. (She asks to do the interview from her SUV, since an injured foot makes it difficult to walk.) Born in Fort Worth in 1949, Duvall grew up in Houston, where her father was a lawyer and her mother worked in real estate. Despite three younger brothers, she says, the house wasn't a boisterous one: "I liked to read and had a lot of homework."

But everything changed for her at age 18, when a group of men in suits attended her then--boyfriend's art opening. "Somebody said, 'Oh, it's the movie people,' " she recalls. They noticed Duvall and asked her to audition. What followed felt like a whirlwind. She soon found herself costarring in Altman's 1970 comedy Brewster McCloud. It took two more films before she decided to make acting her career. "After Thieves Like Us, Robert [Altman] looked at me and said, 'I knew you were good, but I didn't know you were great,' " she says with tears in her eyes. "It's the reason I stuck with it and became an actress."Duvall became Hollywood's unconventional It girl. Her lilting voice was as recognizable as her doe eyes and lithe frame. "I didn't feel beautiful," she says. "I had big eyes, big ears." She starred in seven Altman films, including 3 Women and Popeye, in which she played Olive Oyl opposite Robin Williams. "All it took was to put on the costume, and I knew exactly how to play Olive," she says.

Despite working with Hollywood giants, she didn't always find the acting life easy or profitable. "You didn't get paid much—just scale plus 10 percent," she says. "They thought women would just marry and the husband's going to support them. But that doesn't happen for everybody." Duvall has been in a decades-long relationship but declines to discuss her current or past loves, who have included Paul Simon and Ringo Starr. During the interview she is reminded of a song—-Supertramp's "Even in the Quietest Moments"—and asks to play it. As the music swells, tears stream down her face. She wipes them away and smiles. "It's the first time I've heard the song since a certain boyfriend," she explains.

For the most part Duvall is happy to walk down memory lane. And whenever she stumbles across her films on TV, she'll stop and watch. "On one channel there is Popeye and another one The Shining. Boy, those are two different films," she says. "But in a way it's like, 'Gosh, I was great.' "

In the '90s her movie offers began to dwindle. When her brother was diagnosed with spinal cancer, she packed up and moved back to Texas. "It's the longest sabbatical I ever took," she says, "but it was for really important reasons—to get in touch with my family again."

Duvall says she enjoyed getting back in front of the camera and hopes to continue acting. "[Jessica Tandy] won an Oscar when she was 80. I can still win," she says with a wink and a laugh. But first she's off to place another order. "Let's go to Dairy Queen and get ourselves some decadent desserts." *

In Central Texas, an urban tree canopy bends to the ice

Sign up for The Brief, The Texas Tribune’s daily newsletter that keeps readers up to speed on the most essential Texas news.AUSTIN — All day and all night after the ice storm struck, Austin residents listened for the cracks, splinters and crashes. Each crack of a falling limb could shut the power off — if their hom...

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AUSTIN — All day and all night after the ice storm struck, Austin residents listened for the cracks, splinters and crashes. Each crack of a falling limb could shut the power off — if their home hadn’t gone dark already.

“It’s a really, really thick layer of ice,” said Jonathan Motsinger, the Central Texas operations department head for Texas A&M Forest Service. “Trees can only support weight to a certain extent, and then they fail.”

Across the Texas Hill Country this week, trees snapped under the weight of ice that accumulated during multiple days of freezing rain. Some of the most iconic trees were among the most severely damaged: live oaks (some of them hundreds of years old), ashe junipers (the scourge of allergy sufferers during “cedar fever” season), cedar elms. As their branches gave way, they took neighboring power lines with them.

“The amount of weight that has accumulated on the vegetation is probably historic, extreme,” Austin Energy general manager Jackie Sargent said during a Thursday press conference.

Ice can increase the weight of tree branches up to 30 times, said Kerri Dunn, a communications manager for Oncor. The utility reported that almost 143,000 of its customers in North, Central and West Texas were without power Thursday afternoon.

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“Trees are the No. 1 cause of outages when you have ice storms,” Dunn said. “We can’t always prevent [trees] from falling in the wrong direction and hitting our equipment.”

Nearly 153,000 Austin Energy customers were without power Thursday afternoon, and the utility said it is unable to provide an estimate for how long it will take to fix all of the broken lines.

Proper pruning and maintenance of trees in the paths of power lines are the responsibility of Austin Energy, the city’s electric utility that is overseen by the Austin City Council. But city officials said residents are responsible for trimming trees that are not in utility easements but are close enough to power lines to fall on them during storms. Tree pruning can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars.

Certain trees are more likely to suffer broken limbs and split trunks during ice storms, Motsinger said. Live oaks, one of the most common trees in Central Texas, tend to keep leaves throughout the winter — which means they collect more ice than trees that drop their leaves in the fall. As evergreens, ashe junipers have the same problem in ice storms.

Motsinger said the historic drought last summer may have caused trees to have more dead limbs than usual, which are more likely to break when caked with ice. But in general, Motsinger said, the drought probably had less of an impact than the sheer amount of ice.

Proper tree maintenance could have prevented some of the destruction, he said.

Utilities have plans for managing trees and other vegetation around power lines, said Ben Gaffaney, spokesperson for the Association of Electric Companies of Texas. He said he heard tree limbs falling around his home Wednesday.

But those plans are sometimes hampered by local policies, said Sargent, the Austin Energy general manager. Efforts to avoid disturbing bird habitats and to avoid spreading the fungal disease oak wilt during certain times of the year can slow pruning efforts and are among the “biggest barriers” to trimming, an Austin Energy spokesperson told The Texas Tribune.

Sargent said during a press conference that the utility would discuss city regulations that prevent better pruning with local leaders.

In some cases, the utility also has to fight public pushback when it prunes trees around power lines — residents sometimes complain about the utility lopping off large limbs. The Austin Energy spokesperson said that between 40% and 50% of Austin homeowners delay the utility’s trimming work with questions or disputes about trimming plans.

Michael Webber recalled how residents resisted tree-trimming efforts when he served from 2008-13 on the electric utility commission that oversaw Austin Energy. It left the utility in a tough spot: No one liked tree trimming, but no one wanted to lose power during a storm either, he said.

Webber, now an energy resources professor at the University of Texas at Austin, said his own street west of Austin was impassable Thursday because of downed branches, and a colleague is mourning her broken 150-year-old live oak.

Austin Energy is one of the few utilities in the nation that attempts to meet with property owners in advance of tree trimming, according to the city of Austin. The utility notifies neighborhood associations and leaves work plans at people’s doors. When property owners don’t respond, the utility sends letters to notify homeowners and proceeds with its trimming plan.

“We could really use help in that area with getting our residents to understand the importance of vegetation management to allow our crews in,” Sargent said. The utility’s general manager added that Austin Energy has increased its tree-trimming budget in recent years. Austin City Council in 2021 doubled the utility’s budget for vegetation clearing, according to the utility’s website, but there is a backlog of trimming work to be done.

Austin has almost 34 million trees in the city, according to an online tree census maintained by Texas A&M Forest Service and the U.S. Forest Service.

“It’s a big point of pride,” said Keith Mars, who oversees the city of Austin’s Community Tree Preservation Division.

Mars said that shade from the trees saves Austin residents millions of dollars a year in energy costs by cooling homes during hot summer days.

“Trees are infrastructure,” Mars said. “How much maintenance and how much care we provide, so that [the trees] can continue providing those other benefits, is the kind of tradeoff that we all have.”

Sneha Dey contributed to this story.

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Softball Sweeps Eagles in Midweek Matchup

TAMPA, Feb. 22, 2023 – The University of South Florida softball team snapped a five-game losing streak by sweeping the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles, 3-0 and 3-1, during their midweek double header on Wednesday night.GAME 1 -FGCU 0, USF 3 (Dunkirk, N.Y) started the game with a leadoff double to left field. A sacrifice fly from (Forest Hills, Md) gave the Bulls the early lead.South Florida wouldn't take long to add to their lead. (Orange, Texas) walked in the bottom of ...

TAMPA, Feb. 22, 2023 – The University of South Florida softball team snapped a five-game losing streak by sweeping the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles, 3-0 and 3-1, during their midweek double header on Wednesday night.


(Dunkirk, N.Y) started the game with a leadoff double to left field. A sacrifice fly from (Forest Hills, Md) gave the Bulls the early lead.

South Florida wouldn't take long to add to their lead. (Orange, Texas) walked in the bottom of the second and scored on (Lutz) second triple of the season. A single from (Tampa) brought Pierro home for the Green and Gold's third and last run of the game.

Left-hander pitched her 30 complete game of her career and her first as a Bull. She held the Eagles to two hits and struck out 10. Her success earned her the transfer's first win of the season.


USF tied the game in the bottom of the sixth inning after loading the bases. Hanlon showed her intelligence at the plate and earned a walk to bring the typing run in. The Bulls capitalized on the momentum, adding two more runs on a sacrifice fly from (Trenton) and a single from (White Plains, N.Y.).

FGCU scored their first and only run of the day in the top of the third inning on a fielder's choice.

South Florida was held hitless until the bottom of the fifth inning when (Fort Myers) broke it up with a single to the pitcher. Bryant reached on a fielder's choice and stole second for the second time in the game. She advanced to third on a single from Galligani.

Freshman (Tallahassee) started in the circle in the second game of the double header. She pitched 2.1 innings, allowed two hits, and one run. (Braidwood, Ill.) relieved the freshman and pitched 4.2 innings. She retired seven batters and earned her second win this season.


Up Next The Bulls will host the USF Invitational and welcome #5/5 Clemson, #9/12 Tennessee, Michigan State, and Illinois-Chicago. They open the tournament tomorrow night against Clemson at 6 p.m.

About USF Softball Be sure to follow USF softball on social media (Twitter / Facebook / Instagram) and visit for the most up-to-date information. The USF softball program has been one of the most successful on campus, making 16 NCAA tournament appearances, including a trip to the Women's College World Series in 2012.

– #GoBulls –

GRAMMY Award-Nominated Rockers Fall Out Boy Announce Tour, Coming to Forest Hills and Darien Center

Fall Out Boy are GRAMMY award-nominated multi-platinum selling rockers. They have announced a 2023 headlining tour, coming to Forest Hills and Darien Center.Fall Out Boy is one of the biggest-selling rock bands. The group is comprised of vocalist Patrick Stump, bassist and lyricist Pete Wentz, and drummer Andy Hurley. Joe Trohman, the group’s guitarist, announced he would be stepping...

Fall Out Boy are GRAMMY award-nominated multi-platinum selling rockers. They have announced a 2023 headlining tour, coming to Forest Hills and Darien Center.

Fall Out Boy is one of the biggest-selling rock bands. The group is comprised of vocalist Patrick Stump, bassist and lyricist Pete Wentz, and drummer Andy Hurley. Joe Trohman, the group’s guitarist, announced he would be stepping away from the group due to mental health reasons, and won’t be involved in this headline tour.

Their seventh studio album MANIA debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 in January 2018 and garnered a GRAMMY nomination for Best Rock Album. Other records that have done well on Billboard charts include 2015’s AMERICAN BEAUTY/AMERICAN PSYCHO and 2013’s Save Rock and Roll, whose song “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)” went multi-platinum.

Formed in Chicago in 2001, the band ties the city into everything they do. Last week they performed a surprise show at the 1,000-capacity venue Metro, with an immediate sell-out. It is down the street from Wrigley Field, which will be the venue for the opening date of the tour, and was last performed in 2002 by the group. Stump joked with the crowd saying “Twenty years ago, I told my mom I was going to take a semester off [college] because we were headlining Metro and I wanted to see how that would work out.” The night was hailed by Variety as a “triumphant hometown show,” noting that “there are concerts, and there are events, and a hometown show in Chicago from [Fall Out Boy] is definitely in the latter category.”

The band will be releasing a new record So Much (For) Stardust on March 24. Two singles have been released thus far, “Love From The Other Side” and “Heartbreak Feels So Good,” and bring the band back to their rock roots, and is described by the Chicago Sun-Times as “tak[ing] all they’ve learned and accomplished the past 20 years and combine it with their unflinching roots for an ultimate glow-up.”

The So Much For (Tour) Dust headline will feature Bring Me The Horizon on most dates, as well as Alkaline Trio, New Found Glory, Four Years Strong, The Academy Is…, Royal & The Serpent, Games We Play, Daisy Grenade and Carr on select shows throughout the tour’s run. They will be hitting Forest Hills Stadium on Aug. 1 and Darien Lake Amphitheater on Aug. 4. Fall Out Boy’s mailing list pre-sale will begin Thursday, Feb. 2 at 10 a.m. local. The general on sale will be Friday, Feb. 3 at 10 a.m. local, and can be purchased here.

Fall Out Boy – So Much For (Tour) Dust | 2023 North American Dates

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support; all other dates feature Bring Me The Horizon as direct support

Date City Venue

Wednesday, June 21* Chicago, IL Wrigley Field

Friday, June 23* Maryland Heights, MO Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

Saturday, June 24* Bonner Springs, KS Azura Amphitheater

Tuesday, June 27 The Woodlands, TX The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

Wednesday, June 28 Dallas, TX Dos Equis Pavilion

Friday, June 30 Phoenix, AZ Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre

Saturday, July 1 Chula Vista, CA North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre

Sunday, July 2 Los Angeles, CA BMO Stadium

Wednesday, July 5 Mountain View, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre

Friday, July 7 Salt Lake City, UT USANA Amphitheatre

Sunday, July 9 Englewood, CO Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre

Tuesday, July 11 Rogers, AR Walmart AMP

Thursday, July 13 Somerset, WI Somerset Amphitheater

Saturday, July 15 Cincinnati, OH Riverbend Music Center

Sunday, July 16 Noblesville, IN Ruoff Music Center

Tuesday, July 18 Cuyahoga Falls, OH Blossom Music Center

Wednesday, July 19 Bristow, VA Jiffy Lube Live

Friday, July 21 Charlotte, NC PNC Music Pavilion

Saturday, July 22 Virginia Beach, VA Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater

Monday, July 24 West Palm Beach, FL iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre

Tuesday, July 25 Tampa, FL MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre

Wednesday, July 26 Atlanta, GA Lakewood Amphitheater

Saturday, July 29 Clarkston, MI Pine Knob Music Theatre

Sunday, July 30 Toronto, ON Budweiser Stage

Tuesday, August 1 Forest Hills, NY Forest Hills Stadium

Wednesday, August 2 Boston, MA Fenway Park

Friday, August 4 Darien Center, NY Darien Lake Amphitheater

Saturday, August 5 Holmdel, NJ PNC Bank Arts Center

Sunday, August 6 Camden, NJ Freedom Mortgage Pavilion

Previewing the Texas mid-year enrollees on defense ahead of spring football

247Sports Embed ResourceDot LoaderTexas football will soon make its return to the field when the Longhorns begin spring practice on March 6. The Longhorns have welcomed in 17 new faces to campus as mid-year enrollees who will make their debut in their Texas uniform in spring football.Among the group of mid-year enrollees include some of the highest-rated prospects to sign with Texas during the early signing period, with all four five-star recruits — QB ...

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Texas football will soon make its return to the field when the Longhorns begin spring practice on March 6. The Longhorns have welcomed in 17 new faces to campus as mid-year enrollees who will make their debut in their Texas uniform in spring football.

Among the group of mid-year enrollees include some of the highest-rated prospects to sign with Texas during the early signing period, with all four five-star recruits — QB Arch Manning, LB Anthony Hill, RB Cedric Baxter Jr. and WR Johntay Cook — and several other Top247 prospects from the nation’s No. 3 ranked signing class in the 2023 recruiting cycle already on campus. In addition to the early enrollees out of high school, Texas has also added some new faces from the transfer portal, including former Georgia wide receiver Adonai Mitchell, Arkansas safety Jalen Catalon and Wake Forest cornerback Gavin Holmes.

"We feel really good about the class we signed," Steve Sarkisian said of the 2023 class during the early signing period in December. "I thought we addressed a lot of the needs that we felt like we had, but also we kind of addressed the progress of our program and where we wanted to head.

"We felt like we needed to really solidify the linebacker position, and I thought we did that really well in this class. I thought we recruited two really good runners, we got a quarterback, got two good receivers, got three really good DBs, got big up front on the O- and D-line again, got two good tight ends — and so from a balance standpoint, I thought the class definitely did that. I'm proud of the work everybody did — our coaches, our staff did to make this thing come to life."

As the Longhorns prepare for the March 6 start of spring practice, Horns247 takes a look at the eight players on defense who will officially suit up for the first time in their Texas jerseys when the Longhorns kickoff spring football.


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