Seniors celebrate with a Fosse Follies

Seniors celebrate with a Fosse Follies

By Shari Goldstein Stern When you’re a senior in high school, performing in musicals and plays is a very big deal. As a senior in college, acting in theater department productions can be life-changing. When you’re a senior citizen, appearing in the “Spectacular Senior Follies” is a life-affirming opportunity for seniors — if they can […]

Klyde Warren Park offers outdoor opera event

Klyde Warren Park offers outdoor opera event

The Dallas Opera announces a free public simulcast at Klyde Warren Park featuring Carmen, by Georges Bizet. The special presentation takes place in Downtown Dallas on Friday, Oct. 19 (program begins at 6:30 p.m., curtain time – 7:30 p.m.).  This will be a live simulcast of the opening night performance in the Winspear Opera House […]

Majestic wildlife graces lake’s shores

Majestic wildlife graces lake’s shores

FINE FEATHERED FRIENDS This amazingly beautiful photograph of a bald eagle and a blue heron hanging around together at White Rock Lake was taken by White Rock Lake Weekly reader Phyllis Burright. Congratulations, Phyllis! You just won a $25 gift certificate to a favorite local restaurant. Submit your original photo of the lake or its […]

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Sept. 14 13701 Dallas Parkway Farmers Branch, 75240 817-798-2082 Telos Club — Speakers from DFW Chapter of the Institute of Management Consultants will explore how active, collaborative language strengthens proposals. Nutritious conversation plus breakfast. 7:30-9 a.m. FREE! Sept. 14 2501 Flora Street Dallas, 75201 214-925-1200 Booker T. Washington High School — “A Chorus Line” is […]

Referees and Racers tee up to help GALT

Referees and Racers tee up to help GALT

By Lisa Fulton The Greyhound Adoption League of Texas and the Ken Smith Memorial Scholarship Fund are teaming up to host “Referees and Racers,” an 18 hole golf tournament at Cowboys Golf Club in Grapevine on Sept. 24 to benefit each organization. Former MLB player Jose Guzman and Brady Tinker of DFW SportsBeat will be […]

Big Top becomes ‘Petite Palace’ for new shows

Big Top becomes ‘Petite Palace’ for new shows

BATH HOUSE CULTURAL CENTER By Kathy Beazley   For the first time in North Texas, the Laughter League and The Petite Palace are coming together from Oct. 5-21 to create an intimate, eclectic tent show that will take audiences on an unparalleled journey, which combines the dazzling, daring aura of Cirque du Soleil with the […]

School spirit grows from community support

School spirit grows from community support

By Lacie Kuhn At Lakehill Preparatory School we know that bigger is not always better. Lakehill is — and always has been — small by design. Our kindergarten through 12th grade school combines a strong, engaging academic program with a kind and inclusive community. We pride ourselves on nurturing students’ self-confidence in an inclusive, supportive […]

Children of the American Revolution to hold memorial

Children of the American Revolution to hold memorial

The David Pendleton Society of the Children of the American Revolution (C.A.R.) President Rose Hlavenka, a junior at Bishop Lynch High School, announced the upcoming National Project “American Living Legacy.” It will be observed during the State Fair of Texas on Sunday, Oct. 7 at 3 p.m. A program of remembrance and honor will be […]

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