With 300 tickets selling out quickly and weighing down the upstairs floor at Sons of Hermann Hall, they were able to raise $20,000 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. With much appreciation and gratitude toward all involved, Alice had a bigger plan for the following year.
TangoTab & Aschere Energy to Feed 1,500 Dallas Families for Thanksgiving with Fall Fiasco Fundraiser
Local advocacy-driven food enthusiast start-up TangoTab is holding a "Fall Fiasco" at the Nodding Donkey's SMU Blvd location Thursday, November 14th, from 7pm to 10pm, as a near-holiday push to feed more families for Thanksgiving. Aschere Energy is matching all donations made during the event, with the goal of 1,500 meals to feed families around the Metroplex this holiday.
Vegans and vegetarians, as well as carnivores, will gather this upcoming Sunday, October 20th, in Reverchon Park for the 4th Annual Texas Veggie Fair to celebrate all things plant-based, eco and compassion for animals. Among other speakers, Grammy-Award winner Erykah Badu will be the keynote.
Tweet Palette to Palate is an annual fundraising event to benefit disadvantaged children in the Dallas/Fort Worth area through Love for Kids. It is an evening featuring fine art and culinary art that will culminate an explosion of color, flavor, and sound tantalizing all your senses. Come enjoy hors d'oeuvres, desserts, and other amazing culinary [...]
The Best Little Brewfest in Texas will be held at Texas Motor Speedway in Ft. Worth Saturday, June 22nd, and is expected to draw 4,000 tasters including 500 VIP attendees. With more than 50 craft brewers and more than 100 beers, many of which will be new releases never tasted by the public before, this is sure to be an epic event to put on your annual summer calendar.
Tweet I've made a temporary move north...way, way north--like almost Canada. And while I'm always keen for an adventure, there are some very serious things missing from my life on this adventure, and no, it’s not just sunshine in the Spring. I'm counting this as the second part of my "Dallas' Best Kept Secrets" series. [...]
One Couch at a Time Doc Film Maker Alexandra Liss Shares Her Story at Texas Theater – ILID Radio #11
In this eleventh episode of I Live In Dallas Radio, co-hosted by myself and Jason Channell, we interview Alexandra Liss, who took a 21 country, six continent, tour for seven months using the website CouchSurfing.org. Liss directed and stars in the documentary One Couch at a Time, that has been showing across the United States at indie theaters and cities with large communities of couchsurfers that have been hosting screenings. We also spoke with the film's producer Jean-Michel Werk and local Dallas-Fort Worth community couchsurfing tribe leader Brad Wilson, whom consequently met his wife via hosting events for local couchsurfers.
Join city officials and local civic leaders for an eye-opening look at “What Makes a Resilient City?” during a day-long conference presented by the Sustainability Forum of the Dallas Institute’s Center for the City.
Here is a list of March 2013 Dallas festivals you hopefully got a chance to attend. Watch for the April list to be released shortly.
Oak Cliff Earth Day will be a fun, pet-friendly event from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, April 21, 2013 at Lake Cliff Park. This year's event will feature fabulous food vendors, speakers at the Earth Day Educational Event, a "Pooch Smooch" booth, the second annual "Mutt Strut" parade and more.