25th Anniversary of Taste of Dallas to benefit The American Heart Association

Scene from Taste of Dallas 2010

Scene from Taste of Dallas 2010

“Eat. Drink. Shop. Repeat.” is the fitting slogan for the 25th Annual Taste of Dallas that will benefit The American Heart Association. This year’s celebration returns to Fair Park to commemorate its’ 25th festival celebrating all that’s tasty. In the largest tasting event in the Dallas- [...]

Adrian Beltre of the Texas Rangers Strikes Out Cavities With Colgate And Wal-Mart For Building Smiles Together


In 2006, the Basic Screening Survey of Texas Public School Children conducted a nation wide survey on the dental practices and health of children between the ages of 6-8. 44% of the children had untreated dental cavities and decay. In an effort to help combat these rising cavity rates and help build healthy [...]

Cirque du Soliel’s Dralion Returns To Dallas

Cirque performers in "Aeriel Silk"; photo credit Daniel Desmarais

Cirque performers in "Aerial Silk"; photo credit Daniel Desmarais


The celebrated sensual extravaganza known as the Cirque du Soliel is returning to the Dallas area on July 27, 2011 for an exclusive 8 show engagement of Dralion that will wrap on July 31st. The famed feast for the senses has been completely [...]

The Last Dance To Support Andrew W. Bark Memorial Scholarship at Jesuit College Preparatory School

A piece by Andrew W. Bark

A piece by Andrew W. Bark

This weekend, Art for Andy will be hosting “The Last Dance”, its final fundraising event. After years of hard work and steadfast determination, the organization has reached its ultimate goal: to award a talented young artist at Jesuit College Preparatory School (JCPS) with a full year’s tuition.


Summer Family Fun To Beat The Texas Heat





The first thought that comes to mind for children when you say summer is fun, fun, fun. School is out which means no more bedtime curfews, no more studying for test and no more getting up early. It’s time to explore the wild, relax on the beach or hang out [...]

Dallas Chef’s Picnic at The Bath House Cultural Center to Benefit American Red Cross and Comerica White Rock Lake

Chef's Picnic icon

I love a good picnic. There is something about the heat, the smell of the outdoors and the happy buzz of conversation that makes the food taste just that much better. So, if you were to combine of Dallas’ top chefs, beer and wine from Ben E. Keith and signature cocktails from Deep Eddy’s [...]

Recap: Dallas Symphony Orchestra AT&T Gala Launch Party at the Ritz-Carlton

DSO Interim President David Hyslop, co-chairs Barbara and Don Daeske and AT&T's Holly Reed

DSO Interim President David Hyslop, co-chairs Barbara and Don Daeske and AT&T's Holly Reed

Touches of glam were all around at the Dallas Symphony Orchestra (DSO) AT&T’s Launch Party at the Ritz- Carlton Dallas. Holly Reed, Senior Vice President for External Affairs for AT&T, and interim DSO President, David Hyslop started the party [...]

City-wide Parade to Celebrate Dallas Mavericks First NBA Title


Over 13 million Americans watched the underdog, Dallas Mavericks, claim victory over Miami Heat Sunday night. Taking only six games instead of seven to win their first N BA title, Dallas fans watched in hushed tones as they held their breaths while praying for a chance to take back what should have been [...]

Stomp Returns to Dallas


Stomp, the musical, returns to Dallas June 7th-12th. Music Hall at Fair Park will host the summer musical which brings new surprises to show selections.

The musical first opened at the Jubilee auditorium in Fort Worth in the late 1990’s. Stomp’s universal ability to unify sound, movement and laughter is phenomenal. During the 100 [...]

Discover Superpowers at the Museum of Nature and Science

The Supercool Hero-mobile

The Supercool Hero-mobile

The bridge between science fiction and science fact are closer than they appear, and with the rise of the Marvel comics on screen, the latest Discovery Days adventure series at the Museum of Nature and Science (MNS) is sure to be fun for the whole family. On June 11-12, scientists [...]

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