Culture

Azaleas on Turtle Creek
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It’s that time of year where spring has arrived, bringing with it the luminous green shades of tender new leaves and the Turtle Creek Azaleas are in full bloom. When Dallas turns pink and photographers jockey for position all along Turtle Creek Blvd, remember Joe Lambert of Lambert Landscaping Company. He brought azaleas to Dallas. [...]

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Restaurant : Gung Ho
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Perfect new Date Night spot. Delicious Food, Beautiful Design and Atmosphere. No Tacky TVs to distract you. I haven’t been this impressed with a new Dallas Establishment since Bullion opened Downtown and it’s in the hood!!! Gung Ho, an upscale Chinese American Food, is one of the most exciting restaurants opening in Dallas in 2018, [...]

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Scarborough Renaissance Festival
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It’s that time of year gain. The Scarborough Fair opens this weekend and the best time to attend is the month of April when the weather is still inviting! Scarborough Renaissance Festival is interactive fun for everyone, 16th Century Style. Enjoy full combat armored jousts, Birds of Prey exhibitions, the Mermaid Lagoon and Renaissance entertainment [...]

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Restaurant : Botolino

I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream for Ice Cream…I mean Gelato!!! You may be asking right now, what exactly is Gelato Artigianale? In English, we think of gelato as ice cream, but the two are actually different products. Gelato contains less fat than ice cream, has less incorporated air, and is served at a [...]

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TV Show “Dallas” Celebrates 40 Years
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Visit Dallas and Southfork Ranch have partnered to produce a weekend of events to commemorate one of the most popular TV shows in American pop culture history. Celebrate the 40th anniversary of the debut of the original DALLAS TV series with legendary cast members Linda Gray (Sue Ellen Ewing), Patrick Duffy (Bobby Ewing), Charlene Tilton [...]

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New Listing : Linda Grays Personal Estate
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World Famous Actress and Humanitarian Linda Gray has made her longtime compound in the exclusive and picturesque Sand Canyon estates section of the rural Canyon Country area in the city of Santa Clarita, California. Gray, purchased the property in 1971 with her then husband, late photographer Ed Thrasher. The couple had the compound’s structures custom-designed [...]

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Texas Bluebonnets Tour
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It’s the magical time of year when the sun shines bright, the days grow longer, and somehow that grand Texas sky seems even bigger. It’s also the time of year when wildflowers begin to dot the landscape. But unless you want to drive aimlessly up and down the highway searching for blooms, it’s good to [...]

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Restaurant : Mirador @ Forty Five Ten
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Located on the fourth floor of Forty Five Ten on Main, across from The Joule, Mirador is an approachable yet elegant restaurant serving modern American cuisine by executive chef Josh Sutcliff, in collaboration with Junior Borges, executive chef of The Joule. As the name implies, Mirador boasts expansive views of downtown through 11-foot floor-to-ceiling windows [...]

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Dallas Mavs St. Patrick’s Day Parade
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The Luck of The Irish! This is one of my favorite celebrations. And YES… I’m very Irish. My middle name FITZPATRICK is my Mothers maiden name. Scott Fitzpatrick Carlson. Pretty cool!!! Growing up on Long Island in the Catholic School System, we use to cut class on St. Patty’s day and take the train into [...]

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Movie : Faces Places (Visages Villages)
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Art and Film! This new French documentary film made jointly by Agnès Varda (born in 1928) and the photographer and muralist JR (born in 1983), is named “Visages Villages,” meaning “Faces Villages,”. They travel in JR’s van (equipped with a photo booth and a large-format printer) to small towns in France, which are as infused [...]

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