Stout and Tenderloin Chili

Stout and Tenderloin Chili

2 pounds tenderloin or sirloin, cut into 1/2-inch cubes  1/2 cup chili powder 2 tablespoons cumin 1/4 cup vegetable oil 1 onion, diced 1 jalapeno, stemmed, seeded and minced  12 ounces stout beer 1 can (28 ounces) crushed tomatoes 4 cups beef stock (plus 1 teaspoons beef base or dissolved beef bouillon cube added) 4 […]

Women Helping Women luncheon set for April 26

Women Helping Women luncheon set for April 26

By Juliette Coulter Texas Women’s Foundation has announced the recipients of its 2022 Maura Women Helping Women and Young Leader Awards, an honor that celebrates leaders who have helped lift up women and girls. The recipients will be honored at the Leadership Forum & Awards Celebration (LFAC), presented by AT&T, on April 26, at the […]

Museum presents legacy of Japanese soldiers

Museum presents legacy of Japanese soldiers

By Jessica Whitt Garner The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will open the new special exhibition Courage and Compassion: The Japanese American World War II Experience on January 20. Courage and Compassion chronicles the harrowing stories of Japanese Americans during and immediately after WWII, highlighting the U.S. government’s curtailing of their civil rights, the […]

Partnership explores historic roots

Partnership explores historic roots

By Freya Bergren The Orchestra of New Spain (ONS) will present the fifth in a series of concerts exploring the musical culture of Medieval Spain’s Al Andalus. La Convivencia V showcases Sephardic, Christian and Muslim music on Saturday, Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church, 6121 East Lovers Ln. at Skillman St. in […]

In Memoriam — Paul Virgil Toler

In Memoriam — Paul Virgil Toler

Paul Virgil Toler Paul Virgil Toler was born March 16, 1946 in Pineville, W. Va. to Simon Pete Toler and Ethel Madline Toler. Paul served in the Army from 1967 to 1970, where he also served in the Vietnam War. He received medals for Military Merit and the Bronze Star. In 1971, Paul started an […]

TITAS gets $250K from Duke

TITAS gets $250K from Duke

By Caroline Crocker TITAS/DANCE UNBOUND is the only Texas organization to receive a 2021/2022 Performance Forward Fund grant from the esteemed Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (DDCF). The announcement was made this past week. This generous support will help TITAS continue its efforts to continue to bring the world’s best touring dance artists to North Texas […]

Goal of new routes? Improved access!

Goal of new routes? Improved access!

To celebrate the launch of the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) New Bus Network on January 24, all rides will be free the week of Jan. 24-30. DART will also offer 50 percent off all rides purchased with any DART contactless payment option from January 31 until end of service on February 14. Paratransit services […]

Scientists ready to provoke curiosity

Scientists ready to provoke curiosity

Tickets are now on sale for the Perot Museum of Nature and Science’s 2022 National Geographic Live Speaker Series, which kicks off Feb. 16 with evolutionary biologist and ancient DNA research pioneer Beth Shapiro, author of “How to Clone a Mammoth.” The three-part series is an extension of the Perot Museum’s commitment to provide learning […]

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