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".
Tweet 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 [...]
Tweet It may not be obvious from the surface, but the camaraderie in the local beer scene has been 'brewing' since Rahr opened, and it was clearly visible at this year's Untapped Festival. We saw Rahr and Lakewood brewing companies coming together to make the first all DFW collaboration beer, DFW: A COllaboration of [...]
Tweet Nick Van House College student by day, boy wonder by night. "No genres, just dance" is the motto that rules this up and coming DJs style. The fact that he's positioned in the same arena as some of Dallas' most well known DJs doesn't hurt his street cred either. Look out for him at [...]
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.
Get ready for Halloween early this year with the creative chops of the RAW Dallas AXIS event.
Tweet Texas’ premier electronic music festival Lights All Night— set for December 26th and 27th at the Dallas Convention Center— will elevate their live experience by presenting a monthly Lights Up High event series organized by Highland Concerts. As the dates for the annual festival draw closer, the series will focus on both emerging artists and [...]
Tweet Allow me to let you in on why going to a cultural festival is worth the trip. For starters its a festival about a nationality that you think you know something about, but don't. The best education you'll ever have is seeing the world from a different perspective. But talking to people with roots [...]
Dallas, time to get your Greek on. The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church presents the Greek Food Festival for the 58th year in a row. For those unfamiliar, the Greek Food Fest is about more than just food. Much more. It's a celebration of all things Greek. Think dancing, art, a church tour and multiple cooking demonstrations. Thanks to the Dallas Morning News, we learned this year that the growing festival started humbly as a bake sale and how attracts over 14,000 people each year.