The Turtle Creek Chorale is gearing up for Broadway’s Back, Baby!, a the chorus’ first performance dedicated to hits from Broadway in more than a decade.
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With about 30 days to go until the opening of the fair, the State Fair of Texas publicized its latest COVID-19 health and safety guidelines this week.
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It’s time to discover who will name the winners of the 17th Annual Big Tex Choice Awards, and the State Fair of Texas has lined up some familiar faces to pick the winners.
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CAMP Dallas will host a storytime centered around the debut novel of Summer Nilsson, The Land of the Pines, on Aug. 22.
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How does one celebrate one’s 2th year of the Hatch Chili Festival? With a drone show, of course.
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The final countdown to three of the most coveted food titles in all of Texas begins. The State Fair of Texas will announce the three 17th Annual Big Tex Choice Award winners this month.
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Several months after its Safe Campus suffered damages during Winter Storm Uri, the Family Place rededicated its repaired building on July 14.
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Texas Ballet Theater announced Neiman Marcus as the presenting sponsor for its annual holiday fashion show fundraisers, Tutu Chic and the Caren Koslow Fashion Show and Luncheon.
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Will it be Brisket Brittle, Frozen Ranch Water, the Lobster Corn Dog, or the ominously monikered Deep Fried Halloween that ends up being one of the title-winning entries in the 17th Annual Big Tex Choice Awards?
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The Dallas Museum of Art announced that they will host a major exhibition — ‘Cartier and Islamic Art: In Search of Modernity’ — in 2022.
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Once upon a time, there were bookstores in every shopping center where people could go to be transported to a different time and place through the magic of literature. Then, an enormous creature from the amazon came and ate up almost every bookstore until very few were left.Read more