Check out a recap of Plano's newest music festival, plus, an exclusive interview with an artist that performed there.
Take pooch portraits and let Fido splash around while you sip a beer this weekend at the Dog Bowl in Fair Park.
Tweet Life in Deep Ellum and Mokah Coffee Bar will be hosting the first annual Deep Ellum Urban Race and Block Party the first weekend in May. The race will encourage teams to work together to complete tasks such as mural painting, crafting instruments and solving brain bending challenges that celebrate the unique nature of [...]
Tweet If you live in the heart of Dallas, you may not tend to travel to Addison for much more than boots of beer at Oktoberfest. Little did you know, Addison is home to more than 170 restaurants in just 4.3 square miles, making it one of the most unique culinary destinations in the United [...]
Spring has come at last y’all. It’s been a long, long winter and if there was ever an opportunity to be outside to enjoy the sun rays, the warm breeze, and the blooming blue bonnets, now would be that time. So how about kicking off spring by attending Earth Day Texas 2014 this weekend at Fair Park Saturday April 26 and Sunday April 27.
Bring your kids, bring your dog, bring your junk. Spare pARTS Market and Bark Belmont are popping up at 739 Fort Worth Avenue this Saturday, April 26th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., complete with a junk swap, local market, beer garden, dog park, mural painting and live music.
Tweet If you’ve ever been to a CultureMap Dallas event, then you know that this is one magazine that can seriously throw down. Between birthday parties, young adult mixers and fashion events, CultureMap has their pulse on the best of what our city has to offer. And while a true Dallasite knows that there is [...]
So the weekend is coming to a close and you're already wondering what will be going on next weekend. What better way to start things off than by supporting some local talent at the upcoming SPECTRUM event presented by RAW: natural born artists.
It’s Thursday, y’all. And you know what that means: it’s time to plan your weekend! But let me guess: you’ve been busy. These past few weeks have been insane. You’ve been working more than usual, your google calendar is triple booked, and you can barely even find the time to check facebook at work anymore. Worst of all? Your social life is suffering. It’s like, how do you even find the time to go out anymore?
While the Dallas music festival scene isn't quite like the big boys in Tennessee or California yet, the ‘burbs seem to be on the right track. Music lovers, feast your ears on Suburbia: a two-day, mixed-genre music festival right in our backyard.