Free Loaders to play Bugs & Brews fest

Free Loaders to play Bugs & Brews fest

By Melissa Gonzalez Serenity Events, the promotional events arm of Granada Theater and Sundown at Granada, is hosting the ​3rd annual Bugs & Brews festival​ at ​Sundown at Granada ​on Sunday, ​April 22. This year, get a real taste of New Orleans right here on Lower Greenville, with all sorts of authentic NOLA-style foods to […]

Couple are always where they want to be

Couple are always where they want to be

Serena Runyon Farmer is someone who epitomizes the best of social networking. She could be a poster face for Facebook (FB). From her epicurean dishes to gastronomic desserts, “Chef Serena” is a Bryan Adams High School (BA) 1967 alumna with a flair for the culinary arts. At her recent 50th BA reunion, her friends’ faces […]

Conservancy to benefit from spring regatta

Conservancy to benefit from spring regatta

By Greta Mittman It is finally springtime and a great time to be around White Rock Lake. Part of what makes being at the lake so special is the obvious labor of love put in by so many people and organizations. The Corinthian Sailing Club is having its annual fundraising regatta and dinner party to […]

Pie Tap creates solid foundation with crust

Pie Tap creates solid foundation with crust

When Mellow Mushroom opened on Henderson, my firm opinion was that the last thing that stretch of road needed was another pizza place. That was, of course, before Pie Tap opened its doors. Mellow Mushroom closed in the summer of 2016, after less than a year. Pie Tap will be around for the duration. Pie […]

‘Death of Stalin’ takes unbelievable leaps for laughs

‘Death of Stalin’ takes unbelievable leaps for laughs

By Chic DiCiccio By Chic DiCiccio In January of this year, the Russian Ministry of Culture banned “The Death of Stalin.” Their office called this scathing, bitingly funny satire an example of “ideological warfare.” That information alone should be the biggest selling point for “The Death of Stalin.” Anyone who has seen “In the Loop” […]

Talented students bring ‘Annie’ to stage

Talented students bring ‘Annie’ to stage

On March 2, Lakehill’s seventh and eighth grade musical theater students brought “Annie, Jr.” to the Lakehill stage. Based on the popular comic strip and adapted from the Tony Award-winning Best Musical, with a beloved book and score by Tony Award-winners, Thomas Meehan, Charles Strouse, and Martin Charnin, “Annie Jr.” featured everyone’s favorite little redhead […]

New York city-based ABBA tribute band to offer harmonies at Arboretum

New York city-based ABBA tribute band to offer harmonies at Arboretum

The Dallas Arboretum’s premier concert series, “Cool Thursday Concerts,” is back in action. The 2018 Cool Thursdays Concert Series kicks off on March 29 with fan favorite Dancing Dream, ABBA Tribute Band. Don’t miss the chance to attend Dallas’ favorite concert series overlooking the picturesque White Rock Lake on the award-winning Martin Rutchik Concert Stage […]

Local volunteers needed for area animals

Local volunteers needed for area animals

By Dr. Beth Leermakers If you’re passionate about animals and want to make a difference in their lives, consider volunteering at one (or more) of the many animal rescue organizations in the DFW area. Volunteer opportunities include hands-on animal care, photographing the animals to help them find homes, marketing and public relations (social media), and […]

Family Gateway out to show helping can be fun

Family Gateway out to show helping can be fun

Family Gateway will host its first family fundraiser, DAY to PLAY, on Saturday, April 7 from 1 to 4 p.m. at AT&T Performing Arts Center’s Annette Strauss Artist Square, honoring the late founder of Family Gateway, former Dallas Mayor Annette Strauss. The simple purpose of the event is to give children a day to just […]

‘Beautiful but fleeting’ cherry trees blooming

‘Beautiful but fleeting’ cherry trees blooming

By Terry Lendecker One of nature’s most beautiful presentations of color is starting to unfold now at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. A wave of delicate pink and white cherry blossoms on the Arboretum’s 150 cherry blossom trees are starting to unfold, announcing their annual arrival and ushering in springtime. The flowering cherry trees […]

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