Slate shows urgency of crucial battles

Slate shows urgency of crucial battles

By Chris Gardner EarthxFilm presented by EarthX, announced the full slate of films and VR presentations for the environmentally focused film festival’s third edition at Fair Park and theaters throughout Dallas on April 19-28. Following a “Kick-Off” week of special screenings and events from April 19-24, Ben Masters’ “The River and The Wall” will serve […]

Elegance meets rock ‘n roll during event

Elegance meets rock ‘n roll during event

WHITE ROCK HOME TOUR By Alyson Black Mark your calendars to see some of the most beautiful, and unique, homes in the  area. The 14th annual White Rock Home Tour is on Saturday and Sunday, April 27-28 from noon-5 p.m. Since 2006, the White Rock Home Tour (WRHT) has showcased mid-century modern and contemporary modern […]

North Texans witness Cathedral fire

North Texans witness Cathedral fire

‘A LONG, HORRIBLE DEATH’ By Anthony Cave KERA News Thousands of people crowded the streets of Paris on Monday as Notre Dame Cathedral was engulfed in flames. Among the throngs: a pair of North Texas artists celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary. Eric Ligon, who’s associate dean of the University of North Texas College of Visual […]

Residents denied access to public space

Residents denied access to public space

By Sujata Dand East Dallas resident Tamber Johnson loves her mornings rowing on White Rock Lake. “I love starting my day with the perspective of being on the lake and looking back at the city,” Johnson says. “I really miss it.” Last month, Johnson and more than a dozen other rowers were denied membership to […]

Booker T. student’s artwork wins

Booker T. student’s artwork wins

By Mark Ball DART’s newest Student Art Contest winner, Sarah Thigpen, of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (Dallas ISD), showed off her winning entry to fellow students with a bus wrapped in her artwork.    The ninth grader’s poster was chosen as Best in Show for 2019. Thigpen received […]

Making dumplings, roof-top yoga all part of Avenue of Fun

Making dumplings, roof-top yoga all part of Avenue of Fun

All day on Saturday, April 27, head for Lowest Greenville, because that’s where you’ll find a full day’s worth of food, drinks and activities. The Lowest Greenville Collective is hosting the celebration, which will showcase everything the bustling street has to offer, including the area’s restaurants, bars and shops. Starting at 10 a.m., the jam-packed […]

Passive sport? Not these ultimate discs

Passive sport? Not these ultimate discs

By David Mullen The Dallas Mavericks season has come to an end. The Dallas Stars are beginning a much anticipated run for the Stanley Cup. After a soaring start, the Texas Rangers are coming back down to earth. And local football fans are waiting for the Dallas Cowboys selections in the NFL draft and anticipating […]

Spaghetti dinner has drive-thru service

Spaghetti dinner has drive-thru service

Scouts from Boy Scouts of America Troop 42 will hold its annual Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, April 13 from 5:30- 8 p.m. The dinner will be held in Nance Hall of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 3204 Skillman St. in Dallas. Tickets are available at the door — $5 for adults and $2 for children 10 […]

Volunteers needed for rescue workers

Volunteers needed for rescue workers

The Dallas CERT Volunteer program needs individuals who are willing to volunteer as “victims” in a realistic disaster scenario, which is the final exercise for the participating responders. Volunteers should prepare to be made up with casualty simulation wounds/makeup. The volunteers should wear clothing that may be sacrificed to stage (simulated) blood and make-up — […]

Lake-a-Palooza ready to make a splash

Lake-a-Palooza ready to make a splash

By Ann Ranson Music lovers, families, lovers of the lake and its natural beauty are invited to enjoy the 2019 Lake-a-Palooza! Music Festival on the shores of White Rock Lake. The event is on April 27 from noon until 9 p.m. The Bath House Cultural Center (BHCC) has long stood for arts in East Dallas.  […]

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