As a treat to foodies and fans of unique food experiences alike, The Screen Door, a southern style restaurant with a modern twist, Chef David McMillian is offering complimentary tastings of special off-the-menu items between 5-8pm. These are fun, innovative treats that may be on the menu at a later time, but that you [...]
This Saturday, March 12, 2011, is the annual St. Patty’s Day Dash Down Greenville benefiting the North Texas Food Bank, registration $25 online and $30 on race day. Thousands of North Texans will be participating in the annual 5K run and fun walk, including yours truly, decked in her Irish-green themed run attire.
National Awareness Week starts March 14th. Multiple sclerosis, a chronic sometimes disabling disease attacks the central nervous system, which consist of the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves.
Symptoms can range from mild numbness in the limbs to more severe ones, such as paralysis or loss of vision. The progress, severity, and specific [...]
Looking for a great way to dip your toe in the Dallas charity scene, without dolling up, black tie? The 2011 No Tie Dinner and Dessert Party benefiting the AIDS Services of Dallas (ASD). The ASD provides support programs, housing and other services for men, women and children living with HIV and AIDS.
You don’t want to miss this local rendition of the murder-laden, laugh filled Broadway classic that is currently playing at The Kalita Humphreys Theater of The Dallas Theater Center. Arsenic and Old Lace is the tale of two Brooklyn based sisters that take it upon themselves to relieve the loneliness of elder gentlemen by [...]
A few weeks ago, we started asking around about the top restaurants in the Dallas area. As those responses started coming in, Nana was on several lists. Last night, I had the pleasure of sampling some of the delish finds at Nana, the flagship restaurant on the 27th floor of the Hilton Anatole.
History, a chronological record of significant events that affects a nation or institution, provides us with a clear understanding on how the smallest or greatest inventions sculptured the world.
The chair you are sitting in right know, the television, radio or the vehicle you use everyday to assist you in running your errands, [...]
Romeo and Juliet at the Winspear Opera House
Epic romances are a weakness of mine, and Romeo and Juliet‘s luscious tale of romance and intrigue is no exception. Running now, at the Dallas Opera is Gounod’s Romeo and Juliet, as a part of their 2010-2011 season of Dangerous Desires.
Starring the highly sought-after [...]
FIG Finale's Giselle Mascot
Twice a year, the Fashion Industry Gallery opens its doors to one of Dallas’ best shopping experiences. During the sale, the area’s top stores come together at FIG and sell clothing, accessories and shoes to the public at up to 75 percent discount.
Similar to an online sample sale, [...]
Delights at Eddie V's Prime Seafood
Fun times ahead, despite the snow and the fickle Dallas weather, especially at the well-loved Dallas seafood house, Eddie V’s. As a special treat for Dallasites and our visiting friends, Eddie V’s is offering the “Dinner on Us” promotion on February 6, 2011 starting at 4pm.