Culture

An open letter to Mayor-elect of Dallas
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Nature is always a great teacher and this past Sunday, We the city of Dallas, had a natural bomb dropped on us…literally. I have read that the element of water represents the purification of the emotions and of course the physical component of our 3rd dimensional reality as well. I reckon that it’s no coincidence [...]

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Plant a Neighborhood Tree: W. W. Tree Farms
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This Father’s Day explore the timeless experience of planting a tree in honor of your Father and support the Re-Treeing of our beautiful & unique neighborhoods after last Sundays devastating storm. The owners of W. W. Tree Farms, Bill and Belinda Wiginton, have generously agreed to help support the re-treeing of our amazing City. Just [...]

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Spirit of the Vault: A Barboglio Event Beyond Compare
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The Jan Barboglio Collection has been operating for 25 years now, but Jan has been a staple in the Dallas design world for much longer than that. She began her career in clothing design in the 1980’s with her sister, and the company reached phenomenal success nationwide. Her home décor brand emerged later out of [...]

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Restaurant : The Henry
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The Henry is a new American style restaurant, cafe, bar, lounge, and everything in between. Housed in a 15,000 (no, that’s not a typo) square foot space, the restaurant has set the bar ridiculously high with its bold claim of growing into the “greatest neighborhood restaurant.” To do that, the Henry must waffle between highbrow [...]

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Documentary : Emperor Akihito
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The Reiwa… A New Era Has arrived for Japan and the rest of the world. The two characters, Rei and Wa, taken from the eighth-century work Man’yoshu, the oldest anthology of Japanese poetry, can be read as “fortunate” or “auspicious”, and “peace” or “harmony”. I just finished this profound Documentary! Loved it & I cried [...]

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4OCEANS Bracelet
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I Love this and I ordered my bracelet. Made with recycled materials, every bracelet purchased funds the removal of 1 pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines. In less than 2 years, 4ocean has removed 4,470,620pounds of trash from the ocean and coastlines. The story begins when Alex and Andrew take a surf trip… [...]

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Ballet : Pinocchio
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Come along as mischievous Pinocchio embarks on a whirlwind quest to become a real boy. With its phenomenal costuming and innovative choreography, Pinocchio is a spectacle for the ages. The kindhearted carpenter and the charming puppet come to life in this captivating fable, sure to be adored by young and old alike. It’s pure magic [...]

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Dallas Aquatic Masters Student Summer Swim Program
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Whether you are a year-round club swimmer, middle school or high school seasonal swimmer or first-time swim team member, off-season swimming with Dallas Aquatic Masters is an excellent way to keep fit this summer and improve technique. Founded in 1981 by Olympic Triple Gold Medalist Jim Montgomery, DAM is one of the largest master swim [...]

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John Lennon’s Imagine Piano
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Imagine an utterly unremarkable upright piano, hazelnut brown, standing on the pavement in front of a museum, a theatre, a prison or a school. Would you stop, or would you glance at it momentarily and walk on by? Then imagine that on this piano one of the most resonant songs of the 20th century was [...]

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46th Annual Swiss Avenue Mother’s Day Home Tour
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It’s one of Dallas’ most time-honored Springtime events. Come join us as we celebrate The 46th Annual Swiss Avenue Historic District Mother’s Day Home Tour. Happening this year, just as it does every year, on Mother’s Day weekend, Saturday, and Sunday, May 11th and 12th. This weekend-long tribute to Dallas’ historic past will feature five [...]

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