Culture

Holiday Event Guide
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It may not always be a white Christmas, but you can bet it will be a bright Christmas around Big D– where the metroplex goes all out for the holidays. For a perfect example, look no further than Prairie Lights, a drive-through holiday park that showcases one the most impressive Christmas light displays in North [...]

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1899 Nikola Tesla Interview: Everything is Light
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I’ve been seeing lots of Tesla cars around town. My brother just ordered his second as well as his son John. Did you know The Tesla Car Company was named in honor of Nikola Tesla, the Serbian inventor and engineer who developed the first modern alternating current (AC) motor? On an early version of the [...]

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Dallas Turkey Trot
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The Dallas YMCA Turkey Trot is a YMCA tradition that draws people from all over the country each year. Even if you’re not a runner or walker, there are fun activities for the whole family to enjoy: 5K Run/Walk, 8 Mile Run, Mascot Trot, clowns, pony rides, bounce houses, live musical entertainment and much more! [...]

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TV : Jack Ryan Season 2
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Time for Holiday binge watching. Wild times in South America and season 2 capitalizes on all the political chaos in Venezuela, whom has the largest known oil reserves. Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, or simply Jack Ryan, is an American political thriller spy web television series, based on characters from the fictional “Ryanverse” created by Tom Clancy, [...]

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Austin Formula 1
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The pinnacle of motor sports returns to Austin, Texas for a weekend-long celebration of speed and sound featuring electrifying performances from Pink and Imagine Dragons. As the competitors for the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship emerge, the crowd rises, and from the ground exudes an indescribable energy and anticipation. Without a doubt, Formula 1 [...]

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Book : Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
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Recently I was invited to Zenki Christian Dillo’s Dharma Talk at the Dharma Sangha Crestone Mountain Zen Center. Then the next think I know, I was finally able to bring my bike up to Colorado after 10 years of trying to figure it all out. This all reminded me of the bestselling book titled “Zen and the [...]

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Truth Beauty Goodness Arts of the Sacred Exhibit
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David Yarbrough has been a big inspiration in my life, a dear friend, and was a Lakewood/East Dallas resident for many years. I’m very excited about this exhibit and have been collecting David Yarbrough and Keith Critchlow’s art for over 25 years. For the months of November and December Shumei International Institute is honored to host “Arts [...]

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Place : Glencairn Museum
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  I’m fascinated with Sacred Geometry. I’ve been studying Sacred Geometry and Architecture for the past 25 years. My favorite place is Chartres Cathedral outside of Paris. In 1992, I was fortunate to attend a conference in Santa Fe with Keith Critchlow. titled “Arts and The Sacred”. Then again in 1994 in Crestone, Colorado. While working on [...]

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Luxury and Supercar Showcase
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The 3rd annual Park Place Luxury & Supercar Showcase, Dallas Fort Worth’s premier luxury lifestyle and automotive event will return to the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019. Park Place Dealerships represents some of the most coveted brands (and clubs) in the [...]

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OurDallas 311 App
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When Dallas residents need to report an issue or request a City service, calling 311 is usually their first step. The current system that 311 uses was installed in 2002 and tracks 400,000 service requests every year. 311 handles over a million calls annually and dispatches urgent calls for service for six departments, including Dallas [...]

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