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GeniusDen launched in Deep Ellum last year as a business incubator founded on a three part mission to provide space, community, and education to the Dallas entrepreneurial community. As part of the GeniusDen’s commitment to providing learning opportunities for the startup community in DFW, GeniusDen just announced its first speaker series. I spoke founder with Joe Payton about his plans for the first series of events, which will take place this summer.
Decks in the Park is back and better than ever, so mark your calendars and get those blankets ready! Get to know the board and learn more about how the magic happens.
The 4th Annual Hollywood Art In The Park is a free admission outdoor marketplace featuring talented local and regional visual, culinary, and gift artists and craftspeople.
I walked into Alamo Drafthouse for the very first time. "Not bad," I said to myself. Though this movie theater has been around for two years, its draw isn't the movies, and it's not the Glass Half Full Bar that serves draft beer or even the food made in a kitchen. It’s the atmosphere; and [...]
I Live In Dallas exclusive interview with Curator, Nile Tuzun in anticipation of the upcoming Fort Work Gallery exhibition 'Inner Voice' from International Artist Berna N. Arpaci.
ALL NEW Art Gallery -- Fort Work Art Gallery at Alto 211. Thursday 6-8pm. This FREE event is open to the public, and transportation provided by the 2pointb app using code "10Under30".
With the holidays upon us, many people take this time to reflect on what they are grateful for -- cherished memories with the family become the most important activity to us (if not year round) for a few short months. In this time, many families have come to take up new traditions -- like volunteering! [...]
If you told me I’d see a devil dog in my lifetime I wouldn’t have believed you – until last night. Dallas didn’t hold back as droves of costumed guests made Decks in the Park their Thursday night outing. Accompanied by the beacon of a rainbow, Decks goers were treated to the most electric event of the season! Tiny tots triumphantly dotted the stage until eventually it was a swarm of costumed madness. I dare someone to name one event, other than the internationally acclaimed Texas State Fair, that brings literally every demographic together -- shoulder to shoulder in euphoric harmonious musical bliss.
A journey to Klyde Warren Park can provide an experience as unique as the person who takes it. With over 100 monthly events it can be hard to keep up. Yoga? Yes please. Food trucks? Don’t mind if I do. Music? I thought you’d never ask. Music is said to be the great connector, and if you’ve had a chance to join Decks in the Park you’d know why. Every last Thursday of the month, this distinct event allows you to connect to your neighbors, friends, family and city all in one enchanted night.