Meadows presents works by women

Meadows presents works by women

Three exciting contemporary works, including premieres by Princess Grace Award recipient Bridget L. Moore and by Meadows Artist-in-Residence Brandi Coleman and a re-created work by New York-based choreographer Cherylyn Lavagnino, will be presented at SMU Meadows School of the Arts’ Fall Dance Concert, Oct. 24-28 in the Bob Hope Theatre at SMU. The concert, titled […]

Bionic chef helps preserve nature’s balance

Bionic chef helps preserve nature’s balance

EARTHX CELEBRATES HALF-EARTH DAY By Lindsey Lyons Earthx2018, the largest Earth Day celebration in the world, will mark Half-Earth Day on Oct. 22 from 6:30- 9:30 p.m. with a screening of the film “Charged: The Eduardo Garcia Story,” featuring its star, Chef Eduardo Garcia (pictured at right). The inaugural Dallas commemoration of Half-Earth Day will […]

Community celebrates Reed’s academic win

Community celebrates Reed’s academic win

NATIONAL MERIT SEMIFINALIST By Gigi Ekstrom Lakehill Preparatory School is proud to announce that senior Justin Reed (pictured at right) has been awarded the distinguished honor of National Merit Semifinalist for the Class of 2019. Only 13 schools in all of Dallas, both public and private, can claim a National Merit Semifinalist this year. Reed […]

‘Bad Times at the El Royale’ a well-acted and trippy adventure

‘Bad Times at the El Royale’ a well-acted and trippy adventure

By Chic DiCiccio On September 23, 1994, “Pulp Fiction” was released and changed the way that movies could be made. It became okay to have sprawling stories with multiple characters while mashing genres together. Snappy, pop culture-laden dialogue became the new hotness and it spawned countless copycats.  Director/writer Drew Goddard’s second film, “Bad Times at […]

Pizzeria Testa as authentic as they get

Pizzeria Testa as authentic as they get

By Sara Newberry Pizza started out as what we call focaccia, or flatbread, in ancient Rome. What we consider pizza was first created in Naples, in the south of Italy, when tomatoes started to be incorporated as a topping. (Tomatoes were introduced to Europe in the 16th century, after Spanish explorers brought them back from […]

East Dallas artists open their studios to the public

East Dallas artists open their studios to the public

By Sharon O’Callaghan Shero The White Rock Lake Artists Studio Tour Announces its 26th Year! A tradition continues with the annual — and much awaited — White Rock Lake Artists’ Studio Tour scheduled for the weekend of Oct. 13-14. If you ever wondered how an artist creates art, the tour is a wonderful opportunity to […]

DUC takes gold in OKC

By Lisa Miller Dallas United Crew (DUC) rowing team competed in its first fall regatta of the 2018-2019 season at the Head of the Oklahoma regatta in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Sept. 29-30, at the Boathouse District on the Oklahoma River. Great fall weather greeted the team as they navigated the twists, turns, bridges and […]

Stars poised for return to playoffs

By David Mullen The Dallas Stars are not among the favorites to reach the Stanley Cup finals this year. According to Las Vegas odds makers, this year’s favorites are the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Toronto Maple Leafs (a team that has not won the Stanley Cup in more than 50 years), the Vegas Golden Knights, […]

Cat got your thumb?

Cat got your thumb?

By Nancy Black I no longer exist. I have lost my identity. And it is all because of my cat. The cat I rescued, no less, from certain death as she tried to hop across Skillman Street near Home Depot. It all began innocently enough. My cat, now one year old, and I were batting […]

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