It's his second year back for the DMA's Arts & Letters Live Series and we are thrilled!
David Sedaris will be telling personal stories and sharing life's observations with us at SMU's McFarlin Memorial Auditorium in April 2010. Tickets are still available to see the ever so witty and hilarious author.
The National Center for Public Analysis will be hosting a luncheon and lecture featuring the former US Comptroller, David M. Walker. The lecture is part of the Hatton W. Sumner Distinguished Lecture Series - a popular series dedicated to providing "nationally and internationally renowned speakers and free-market economists a forum to present important issues to business leaders, college students and the general public."
Dallas natives The Old 97's will be playing a 4-night show at the historic Sons of Hermann Hall at the end of this month. "An Evening with The Old 97's" will feature solo sets from Murray Hammond and Rhett Miller before the entire band takes the stage. Tickets are $26 and are on sale through Front Gate Tickets.
Tweet This Saturday, December 19, at 8:00, the Black Academy of Arts and Letters at the Dallas Convention Center will host "Slow Children Crossing," a sketch comedy troupe that hails from Los Angeles, California. Described as "inappropriate Humor for all," this troupe consists of 5 comedians from across the country who bring their unique blend [...]
Be a part of Christmas on Greenville Avenue and give a gift to a child in need.
The Restaurant Association's goal is to have 100 restaurants and retailers collect 10,000 toys in 20 days. From now until December 17th, 2009, bring a new and unwrapped toy to one of the participating locations. Toys will be collected on December 17th and delivered to the WFAA studio in Victory Park for a live event from 5-10pm.
Tonight is the Art Conspiracy's 5th annual fundraiser, this year benefiting Resolana.
The auction benefit will feature 150 Dallas area artists in an empty warehouse, and live music from Telegraph Canyon, The Crash That Took Me, The Boom Boom Box and RTB2. Paul Slavens, KXT Disc Jockey, will host tonight's fundraiser.