Cats, the record-breaking musical spectacular by Andrew Lloyd Webber opened Dallas Summer Musicals 2019/2020 season last night–and I am officially a fan. The production will be in Dallas through Nov. 17.Read more
More than 400 guests were brought to their feet to give roaring applause for keynote speaker Bryan Stevenson, founder and executive director for the Equal Justice Initiative.Read more
The first time Catherine McGuire got pregnant, she made it to nine weeks before losing her baby. the next time: just shy of six weeks.Read more
For those of you who’ve never heard of TITAS/Dance Unbound, it’s a 37-year-old tradition that presents the coolest, the most innovative, the most remarkable dance artists touring the world today. It’s really cool.Read more
Chefs For Farmers, the culinary escapade where farmers and chefs come together to host a top-notch food and wine festival, returns to Dallas this November for its ninth year.Read more
Lisa Shirley may still be looking for the perfect shoes to match her off-white leather dress with its fun neckline and gold accents and Wendy Messman, an outfit worthy of the brand new gray crocodile boots sitting in her closet.Read more
When it comes to fashion, Cattle Baron’s Ball is all about the not-so-perfect blend of old Dallas formal and Western Chic.Read more
Renee Zellweger takes on the task in the movie to become Judy Garland, and might I say Zellweger herself transcends in the role.Read more
It’s hard business luring people away from online shopping and into an actual brick and mortar store – especially with their children in tow.
Camp, a toy store that opened in New York City’s Flatiron District last December, is disrupting the retail industry with its out-of-the-box retail experience. This October, Dallasites will have a chance to step into the immersive experience.
“If you’re not going for the experience and can buy online then why (go shopping),”- Nikki KaufmanRead more
Locking your car and garage should always be on your “to-do” list; just ask this resident in the 4500 block of Emerson Avenue who failed to do both and had $4,100 in jewels stolen sometime between 2 and 2:45 p.m. Sept. 9 from his unlocked car in his open garage.Read more
In preparation for University Park’s 2024 Centennial, the City Council has asked for the development of a new master planRead more