Culture

Dalí in the Dark Event for SMU Alumni
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Explore the mini-masterpieces of Salvador Dalí in a special after-hours event for SMU alumni on Wednesday, October 24. Research undertaken upon the Meadows’ 2014 acquisition of Salvador Dalí’s painting The Fish Man (L’homme poisson, 1930) opened doors to areas within Dalí’s 1930s oeuvre worthy of further study; foremost among them, Dalí’s propensity for painting on [...]

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Power of the Heart
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A MUST WATCH VIDEO!!! Coleman Strauss, my SMU intern for this fall semester, recommended this video to me since he knows I’m interested in Meditation. An Economics Major with a full schedule taking electives in Ancient Egypt, Hinduism and Metaphysics… My kind of Intern!!! Thank you to Spirit Science for this incredible video. The heart [...]

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Lowest Greenville’s 2nd Annual Fall Festival
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In Dallas, once the temperature drops below 80 degrees, it’s officially fall. We get plenty of heat, so we’ll take any chance we can to embrace a fresh season! The last few overcast, “chilly” days have had us ready and excited for fall, and the timing is perfect. It’s almost time again for the Lowest [...]

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Movie : A Star Is Born
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In this new take on the iconic love story, four-time Oscar nominee Cooper (“American Sniper,” “American Hustle,” “Silver Linings Playbook”), makes his directorial debut, and also stars alongside multiple award-winning, Oscar-nominated music superstar Gaga in her first leading role in a major motion picture. Cooper portrays seasoned musician Jackson Maine, who discovers and falls in [...]

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TX OU Weekend
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The Red River Showdown (aka: Red River Rivalry & Red River Shootout) has been one of college football’s top games for over a century. The University of Oklahoma Sooners and University of Texas Longhorns have been playing each other in football since 1900. Their early games were home match-ups that rotated between Norman, Oklahoma (or [...]

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Book : Love Without End – Jesus Speaks
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I found this book in a wonderful bookshop called “Pencil of Light” in a little village called Abadiania about 2 hours from Bazillia, Brazil. With all the anger and chaos purging now in our country, Its time for a reboot for humanity. Jesus’s teaching’s are timely and transformative in this amazing experience with an artist [...]

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2018 State Fair of Texas
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Kick off the 2018 State Fair of Texas with us on Opening Day, Friday September 28th! The gates swing open at 10 a.m. Don’t miss all the fun Opening Day activities including the Opening Ceremony. The Opening Day Ceremony is a State Fair tradition that celebrates the first day of the annual event on the [...]

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Restaurant : Herb’s House
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Herb’s House Coffee + Company recently opened in the old Union Coffee House location on Dyer Street by SMU. In a city full of coffee shops, what sets Herb’s apart from any other cafe? This is not just a place for coffee. This is a place for great company. Whether you are meeting with friends, [...]

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Virgin Hotel Opening
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I have not been this excited about a new significant Architectural & Development site in Dallas since Museum Tower Launched Downtown. It’s always brilliant when you trust and are in the serendipitous of life. I was able to Attend the ground Breaking of the New Dallas Virgin Hotel In 2016 a few days before I [...]

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Movie : Slow West
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With all the scandals and change in today’s film arts, I’ve really been paying attention to A24 and what they are bringing to the market. I came across ” Slow West” the other day On my Apple Tv and saw that it was and A24, so I dove right in. At the end of the [...]

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