Filmmaker wants North Texas to create more than commercials, corporate filmsRead more
Most 15-year-olds don’t sit down to write a history book about their neighborhood.Read more
The tree lighting will return in person with seasonal treats, a balloon artist, holiday music, a photo booth, and an opportunity to donate to “Toys for Tots.”Read more
Working most often requires hours of screen time, so why not rejuvenate the mind with an action-packed book?Read more
Trains, Christmas shopping, Thanksgiving turkey trotting, and more a-mazing Christmas fun, all ready for your fun-loving pleasure.
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You’ve got to ask yourself one question: “Am I going to go to the Clint Eastwood- A Cinematic Legacy exhibit?” Well, are you, punk?
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Throughout its 48 years, some of country music’s most revered and highly anticipated entertainers have taken the stage at Cattle Baron’s Ball.
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Showcasing the jewelry creations of renowned designer extraordinaire Paula Crevoshay, The Shape of Matter – Through An Artist’s Eye exhibit will open at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in October.
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Have a fair-loving child who loves getting mail? The State Fair of Texas’s Big Tex Little Lone Stars Club might be the perfect exciting parcel.Read more
On Tuesday, May 5, at 11 am, Dallas Habitat for Humanity will host a virtual event benefitting families in need of mortgage relief who are experiencing job loss due to COVID-19.Read more
Looking for activities to keep kids engaged when school’s out? Dallas Children’s Theater is offering three-week virtual classes starting this May for 7-12th graders, teaching comedy and Shakespeare.Read more