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2009 DFW Dragon Boat, Kite and Lantern Festival

2009 DFW Dragon Boat, Kite and Lantern Festival

The 2009 DFW Dragon Boat, Kite and Lantern Festival will be held on May 17th at Lake Carolyn Parkways in Irving. The festival will run from 10am-6pm and feature colorful kite flying and exciting dragon boat races, cultural performances, a lantern festival, plus traditional Asian Food, arts and crafts and educational activities. Enjoy a day […]

Conservation in Action @ Texas Discovery Gardens

Conservation in Action @ Texas Discovery Gardens

Conservation in Action When: Saturday, March 28, 2009 Time: 11am-3pm Cost: Free! Location: 3601 Martin Luther King, Jr Blvd; Dallas, TX 75210 | Ph: 214.428.7476 You and your family can be environmentally friendly by visiting the fourth annual City of Dallas Environmental Education Initiative (EEI) community fair. Conservation in Action will feature recycling, water conservation […]

Smart Women In Business Forum at The Women’s Museum

Smart Women In Business Forum at The Women's Museum

The Smart Women in Business Forum is designed to help aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners learn the skills and identify the resources needed to become successful. The Forum will include a panel discussion, networking lunch and an opportunity for women to become empowered. The Women's Museum will be hosting The Smart Women in Business […]

Mr. Zapruder’s Film, with Richard Stolley & Final Presidential Debate (Free) @ The Sixth Floor Museum

Mr. Zapruder's Film, with Richard Stolley & Final Presidential Debate (Free) @ The Sixth Floor Museum

Wednesday, October 15th at 7pm - One night; two great histories. One foreseen and another in the making. Richard Stolley, former editor of Life magazine, takes us back to November 22nd, 1963, when he learned about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and how he secured publication rights to the Abraham Zapruder film of […]

Who Inspires Me

"Matt was a very poor student and never went to college. When he got older, he was pleased to discover that no one actually cares. Matt doesn't want to imply that college is bad or anything. He's just saying is all. There's other ways to fill your head." For some reason this always stuck with […]