Considered one of today’s foremost architects, Bernard Tschumi will discuss his work in a Dallas Architecture Forum lecture Jan. 20 at 7 p.m.
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The Orchestra of New Spain will present the fifth in a series of concerts exploring the musical culture of Medieval Spain’s Al Andalus this month.
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The DMA’s schedule of exhibitions in spring and summer 2022 showcases global currents in art, culture, and design from centuries ago to the present day.
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See mural-sized reproduction of Jina Lee’s winning painting.Read more
Dallas Symphony Orchestra supporters have some options to enjoy performances in January and February.
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Scardello Artisan Cheese is continuing virtual classes throughout January.
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Young filmmaker Alex Yonks, whose new holiday romcom Candy Coated Christmas features Ree Drummond of The Food Network’s Pioneer Woman, got her ambitious start at Parish Episcopal High School.Read more
Episcopal School of Dallas student (and then-third grader) Valentina Calderón gave up her free time, and her work turned into her first book, Unipaw’s Adventures: The Friends of the Forest, published on Amazon in January.Read more
We’re getting a whole new year on Saturday, but before that can happen, you’ll need to put on a crazy hat and make some noise. Don’t want to do that at home? Been procrastinating on your New Year’s Eve plans?
We have you covered.
As we continue our look back at our favorite stories of 2021, we would be remiss if we didn’t take a look at how food and travel were impacted by a year that saw us gingerly stepping into a “new normal” as the pandemic continued for a second year.
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Introspective drama examines the physical and psychological toll of athletics.Read more