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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The much-anticipated sister restaurant to The Charles has made her debut and it’s as fabulous as you’d expect it to be.
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It’s Red River Showdown weekend at the State Fair of Texas.
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The African Fellowship at Lovers Lane United Methodist Church recently hosted their African Gospel Musical Concert.Read more
It’s the 27th year for Dallas’ annual Waterwise Landscape Tour, and organizers hope that all that pandemic time spent at home has homeowners ready to show off their hard work – but you better hurry.
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The Dallas Opera will have a free concert as part of its slate of live, in-person performances in the 2021-2022 season.
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The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA)’s Pursuit of Beauty: The May Family Collection, an exhibition of the Dallas-based collection of American art that was built over 60 years by Thomas and Eleanor May, opens this weekend.
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Months, or even years, may have passed since you last talked with a friend, and you may have regrets for not keeping in touch.Read more
“Memories of past travels are as near as my kitchen, where I recreate the flavors I experienced while touring.”
See what Christy Rost has cooked up.
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Summer’s end sends many of you east on I-20 to get kids settled into college in Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia.
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Dallas Love Field’s Lead With Love last week presented its first live show in addition to its podcast. The show featured tricks by award-winning magicians Dal and Cinde Sanders on the airport’s performance stage.
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