Daniel Paulus is an on-air personality, radio host & digital content creator who works for Townsquare Media in El Paso, Texas. Since 2014, he has hosted local radio shows and is the current producer of the syndicated programs Loudwire Nights & Loudwire Weekends. In his downtime, Daniel continues to perform drums/percussion with local & national musicians & assist with voice-over work on various projects. While he was born in Berlin, Germany, Daniel will always remain a Texan at heart.
10 Items That Are The “Biggest” In State of Texas
These are 10 things that proves that some things truly are bigger in Texas.
Sumo Wrestling Could Be The Next Big Thing In Texas
Football, baseball, basketball are all sports Texas loves. But there might be a new contender: sumo wrestling.
Reddit Hilariously Decides What Makes A Perfect Texas Breakfast
Breakfast is the important meal of the deal & it calls for a very special meal. Thankfully Reddit has decided on what makes a classic "Texas" breakfast.
Social Media Goes Crazy Over The Viral Texas Waffle House Fight
It's not everyday that you go out for waffles & then a fight breaks out. That's what happened in Austin & the internet went wild.
Texas Is Where These 10 Great Comedians Call Home
Comedy is everywhere & Texas is no stranger to amazing comedians.
5 More Artists That Include Texas In The Names of Their Songs
Texas is everywhere in music, including song titles. Here are more "Texas" songs for you to enjoy.
NFL Super Bowl Champions Born In The State Of Texas
We've seen many players win the Super Bowl & that includes players from the state of Texas.
8 Famous Restaurant Chains Texans Would Easily Know
We've seen many different restaurants & chains start in Texas; some you might not have know were founded in Texas.
It’s Been 10 Years & Texas License Plates Need A New Look Badly
Since 2012 we've had the basic white license plate as the standard in Texas. I think it's time for a redesign.
The World Of Video Games Was Changed Forever By One Texas Kid
Before the internet, there wasn't a way to know about good or bad video games. But in the 80s, that all was changed by one 11 year Abilene kid.