Free classical music returns to Station

Free classical music returns to Station

By Allison Carp Mockingbird Station partners with Bridge the Gap Chamber Players and the University Crossing Public Improvement District to bring music back to the station for its series “Music on Mockingbird.” Bridge the Gap brings free musical performances to the open-air amphitheater outside the Angelika Film Center during the next few months. The group […]

New QR codes help lake lovers find their way

New QR codes help lake lovers find their way

By Judy Babb Dallas is a virtual spider web of trails, connecting one part of the city to another and allowing people to see and enjoy places they would not see without the numerous well-trodden trails. The Dallas Trail Plan has more than 158 miles of trails, and has paths funded but not complete and […]

Artists invited to enter now

Artists invited to enter now

By Carrie Sanger The Meadows Museum, SMU, is accepting applications now through February 28 from area artists for the Moss/Chumley North Texas Artist Award. The award is given annually to an outstanding North Texas artist who has exhibited professionally for at least 10 years and who has a proven track record as an active community […]

Parade part of Centennial celebration

Parade part of Centennial celebration

CC Young, a premier, non-profit senior living community located near White Rock Lake in Dallas, is celebrating its Centennial this year, a milestone that will honor CC Young’s legacy and achievement since receiving its charter as a home for the elderly in 1922. CC Young’s mission continues with the same mission and ministry as its […]

Rich Latino cultures coming to AT&T PAC

Rich Latino cultures coming to AT&T PAC

Ballet Hispánico has stepped into the limelight of internationally touring dance companies. Stunning dancers, Latino choreographers with luscious choreography, the company fuses Latin dance with classical and contemporary techniques creating a new style of concert dance where theatricality and passion are at the core. The choreographers represent rich Latino cultures and nationalities including Venezuela, Cuba, […]

Troop 43 to present newest Eagle Scouts

Troop 43 to present newest Eagle Scouts

By Stephanie Snyder On January 29 Troop 43 will recognize three East Dallas boys — Logan Auld, Samuel Loh and Alexander Snyder — who have earned the Boy Scouts of America’s highest advancement, the Eagle Scout Award. Only six percent of all BSA members attain the Eagle rank. Each candidate must earn a minimum of […]

‘Life-changing’ show comes to Fair Park

‘Life-changing’ show comes to Fair Park

By Julian Bowman The Nasher Sculpture Center announces a partnership with the George W. Bush Presidential Center, in association with PHI Studio, Emerson Collective, Legendary Entertainment and Fondazione Prada to bring five-time Academy Award-winning writer and director Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s virtual reality exhibition CARNE y ARENA (Virtually present, Physically invisible) to Dallas. The immersive experience […]

Five dollar admissions, friendship teas part of 2022 fun

Five dollar admissions, friendship teas part of 2022 fun

By Juliette Coulter To kick off 2022 and encourage people to enjoy the outdoors, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden offers $5 general admission starting on January 2 for the entire month.  Tickets need to be purchased online. Pre-purchased parking is $11. The Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden is closed for preventative maintenance January 2 […]

Aaron, Hagler, Lasorda among legends lost

Aaron, Hagler, Lasorda among legends lost

By David Mullen In the tradition of this column at year’s end, we look back at sports participants and personalities who left us, including some that never played in a game. All had a profound impact — locally and nationally — on the sports they represented. Henry “Hank” Aaron, 89. On January 22, baseball lost […]

1 2 3 64