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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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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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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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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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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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Spring Fling : Klyde Warren Park
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Dallas kicks off spring break at the Klyde Warren Park Spring Fling, on this Saturday March 10 from 2-9 p.m.! They’re throwing it back to the 80s and 90s with a breakdance competition and a skateboard halfpipe demonstration. Then help them kick off the Nissan Nightlife concert series with a performance by Hip Hop Hooray! [...]

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Clements & Church Trunk Show @ Bullion Restaurant

The British are coming, The British are coming!!! Who needs a new fun classic suit? I sure do. Dallas Welcomes an exciting bespoke brand called Clements & Church. I love European clothing and suits and I will definitely be there this Sunday after my open houses. Shopping, hors d’oeurvres, signature cocktails, and champagne this Sunday [...]

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Journey to Space @ The Perot
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It’s almost that time again…SPRING BREAK in Dallas. The Perot Museum is a great place to take your kids. Moms and Dads can sneak away from the office and join their little ones. In the past half century, humans have punched through the stratosphere, walked on the moon, and lived continuously in orbit. In the [...]

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For the Love of the Lake Day at Chili’s
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Today is For The Love of The Lake Day at Chili’s Casa Linda! Mention For the Love of the Lake when you eat in or order take out from Chili’s Casa Linda on Thursday (today), and in the spirit of giving back to the community, Chili’s will donate 18 percent of the day’s proceeds to [...]

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Brinks – Norman Brinker’s Original Restaurant
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A slice of Dallas restaurant history is up for grabs after sitting empty for years. The brick and stone building on busy Gaston Avenue east of downtown Dallas doesn’t look like a landmark. But in the 1960s it’s where famed Dallas restaurateur Norman Brinker got his start. Now a real estate firm plans to restore [...]

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