Chocolate fest goes virtual; sweets delivered

Chocolate fest goes virtual; sweets delivered

By Anna Davis With so much change in the world, sometimes it’s comforting to think inside the box, especially when that box is filled with chocolate! This year, DallasChocolate.org is delivering the Dallas Chocolate Festival to the comforts of home with “The World of Chocolate – In a Box,” Sept. 12-13, 11 a.m. – 5 […]

National League is one team race

National League is one team race

By David Mullen A 60-game regular season. A DH in the National League. Still, just one winner will represent the NL in the World Series after winning two, or possibly three, playoff series. Getting to the playoff will be job one. Remember the Washington Nationals? They came out of nowhere in 2019, relegated to Wild […]

‘There’s no spitting in baseball!’

‘There’s no spitting in baseball!’

By David Mullen Baseball’s back, or at least in a form that mostly resembles the great game. This promises to be a forgettable season in a year no one will ever forget. Baseball games could be well underway, but the greed of Major League Baseball owners, players, union leaders and agents disregarding any concern for […]

NBA strives to avoid ‘Mickey Mouse’ season

NBA strives to avoid ‘Mickey Mouse’ season

By David Mullen “It’s a tall world after all.” Walt Disney World in Orlando will be the epicenter of the resumption of the 2019/2020 NBA season in late July after dramatically suspending the season on March 11 with games still in progress after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert, who mocked the pandemic at a press […]

Children benefitting from Rainbow Days

Children benefitting from Rainbow Days

By Sharon Adams As COVID-19 impacts North Texas, Rainbow Days has doubled its food delivery services to low-income families residing in three different extended-stay motels. Currently, 27 local families comprising 138 children and adults are benefiting from food deliveries twice a month through Rainbow Days’ “Project Hope” food program. Since February, Project Hope food delivery […]

Annual ‘New Works’ festival goes virtual

Annual ‘New Works’ festival goes virtual

By Tina Parker Kitchen Dog Theater (KDT), a founding core member of the National New Play Network(NNPN), is thrilled to announce the official lineup for the 22nd anniversary of its annual New Works Festival (NWF). This year’s NWF will be completely digital due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. To celebrate this landmark event, KDT is […]

Philadelphia writer takes next adventure to Dallas

Philadelphia writer takes next adventure to Dallas

By David Mullen Marnie Schneider grew up in a football family. From 1969 to 1985, her grandfather, Leonard Tose, was owner of the Philadelphia Eagles and instrumental in bringing to prominence the lauded NFL Films based in Mount Laurel, N.J. What started as an extension of the NFL public relations department, under the late NFL […]

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