First ever parade set for Oct. 26

First ever parade set for Oct. 26

The inaugural Dallas Dia de los Muertos Parade and Festival promises to be a new and exciting tradition for the City of Dallas. This parade’s heartfelt mission is to celebrate the living and honor the dearly departed. The entire community is invited to attend the free parade and festival on Oct. 26. This historic parade […]

Oktoberfest is Sept. 28

Oktoberfest is Sept. 28

The premier Oktoberfest in Dallas is on Sept. 28 at Flag Pole Hill, just north of White Rock Lake. This family friendly event brings thousands of people together for good food, good beer and good times. Enjoy the best local bands, plenty of fun for the kids, and delicious restaurant offerings from brats to ice […]

Ensemble Bella starts off new season

Ensemble Bella starts off new season

By Laurel McConkey Allen Concerts at St. John’s Episcopal Church presents Ensemble Bella in a performance of American music on Sunday, Sept. 15 at 3 p.m. The featured work is “I Remember” by Michael Cohen with libretto by Enid Futterman, based on “Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl.” Also on the program are […]

International cellist returns for solo concert

International cellist returns for solo concert

By Suzanne M. Anderson Italian Cellist Francesco Mastromatteo will bring a solo cello concert to St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 3204 Skillman, Dallas on Sunday, Sept. 29 beginning at 5 p.m. There will be no admission fee for the concert, and a reception will follow in the fellowship hall. A free will offering will be taken. […]

Festival promises every genre, every style

Festival promises every genre, every style

WOMEN TEXAS FILM FESTIVAL By John Wildman Women Texas Film Festival (WTxFF), presented by Methodist Dallas Medical Center, today announced the official selections for the fourth year of the critically-acclaimed Dallas-based film festival, which focuses solely on the work of female filmmakers from Aug. 15-18. Returning to the historic Texas Theatre at 231 W. Jefferson […]

Asian chefs take the night away

Asian chefs take the night away

By Teresa Nguyen Asian Night Market returns this summer with new up and coming Asian chefs and restaurateurs showcasing unique Asian food dishes and street foods on Sunday, July 21 from 4-9 p.m. at The Bomb Factory.   Admission is $12, which includes all fees. Food coupons will be sold at the event to purchase […]

Domingo celebration part of new season

Domingo celebration part of new season

The Dallas Opera announced that single tickets for its star-studded 63rd International “Standing Ovation” Season went on sale this week. Highlights of the 2019-2020 season, which opens on Oct. 18, include a once-in-a-lifetime celebration as legendary tenor Plácido Domingo who returns to the opera company where he made his U.S. debut nearly 59 years ago! […]

Run benefits blood cancer research

Run benefits blood cancer research

Join the Too Hot to Handle run for extreme fun in the summer sun on Saturday, July 13 in Norbuck Park. With three different distances — a flat 10K or Half Marathon and a fiery fun 5k — there are choices for everyone. The event benefits DKMS, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to the fight […]

Roller skating rink part of Fiesta! fun

Roller skating rink part of Fiesta! fun

Fair Park Fiesta!, a Latin-themed market, is coming to the Esplanade and the Automobile Building at Fair Park on Saturday, July 20 from 5 p.m. until 10:30 p.m. This free community event will feature a night market with local goods, live music and dance performances, lawn games, art making and a roller rink inside the […]

‘Mamma Mia!’ breaking box office records

‘Mamma Mia!’ breaking box office records

By Shari Goldstein Stern If it’s June, it must be time for “another openin’ another show,” presented by Patty Granville and Garland Summer Musicals (GSM) in partnership with Eastfield College. The 2019 season takes audiences to a Greek island for its premiere of “Mamma Mia!” and patrons left the first performance with smiles and some […]

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