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Tulisoma South Dallas Book Fair and Arts Festival

Tulisoma South Dallas Book Fair and Arts Festival

Tulisoma, Swahili for "we read," is a community-based literary festival promoting literacy and the arts in the South Dallas/Fair Park area that will take place August 24-26, 2012.

Earth Day Dallas 2012 Expected to Break World Record for Largest Simultaneous Global Picnic

Earth Day Dallas 2012 Expected to Break World Record for Largest Simultaneous Global Picnic

Earth Day Dallas 2012 will kick off its annual festival April 21, 2012, with high-profile speakers and entertainment, award-winning cinema, incredible exhibits and a chance to participate in a world record.

Five Dallas Festivals in April You Don’t Want to Miss

Five Dallas Festivals in April You Don’t Want to Miss

Apparently April is festival season, who knew?

Nouveau 47 Theatre Mounts Fascinating “Alice in Wonderland & Other Hallucinations”

Nouveau 47 Theatre Mounts Fascinating

Nouveau 47 is hosting one of the craziest tea parties you will ever attend, with their re-imagining of Lewis Carroll’s classic story and poems.

Super Bowl XLV Events & Parties

Super Bowl XLV Events & Parties

The biggest sporting event is coming to our city and with big sporting events comes big parties. The good folks over at Susie Drinks and Dallas Socials have listed over 100 events and parties going on in Dallas - from Fair Park, Victory Park, Downtown and beyond. See performances by the Black Eyed Peas, Snoop Dogg, Flaming Lips, Passion Pit, and Cirque du Soleil. Some of these parties will break the bank but don't let that stop you from having fun. There's something for everyone. Here we go - Let's get this party started!

A Night of Storytelling at Nouveau 47 Theatre

A Night of Storytelling at Nouveau 47 Theatre

Storytelling is everywhere - it's something we all have in common. We tell stories to educate, entertain or to connect with others; some stories we create on the fly and others are handed down from generation to generation. There are countless moments in our lives that make us laugh or cry and a few of those moments become the stories we love to share with people. I just love a good story - which is why I'm really excited about the upcoming event on Monday at the Nouveau Theater in Fair Park.

Shrek Paints the Town Green!

Shrek Paints the Town Green!

For the staff of Dallas Summer Musicals, this has been a great season. Between new shows making their Texas debut in Dallas, to old favorites making their final appearance, this season has been nothing short of spectacular. As a first time critic of this esteemed organization, I had no idea what to expect, and I can honestly say I was not at all disappointed. At the close of this season, I tip my hat (though I never really wear one) to the entire staff and wait eagerly for next season's awesomeness to be released on the world.

Ding Dong the Witch is…Amazing

Ding Dong the Witch is...Amazing

Yes, Wicked fever had certainly been caught all across the city. One might think that maybe the hype was a little overplayed, that perhaps the stories people from all across the country had shared about their experiences with this (as some have said) "life-changing" show might be more hyperbolic than truth. If you thought that however...you'd be wrong.

9 Cool Things to Do in Dallas This Summer

9 Cool Things to Do in Dallas This Summer

Firstly, I’m Kristen! And this is my premiere post with ILiveInDallas.com. Just wanted to drop a note for readers to introduce myself and express my head over heels excitement in joining this community! Secondly, I’m hot. No, I’m not conceited. It’s hot in Dallas, Texas! And hopefully, after reading this incredibly entertaining article, you will […]

Linda Tarr-Whelan at The Women’s Museum

Linda Tarr-Whelan at The Women's Museum

Linda Tarr-Whelan is the author of the upcoming book Women Lead the Way: Your Guide to Stepping Up to Leadership and Changing the World. Having been Ambassador and US Representative to the UN Commission on the Status of Women under President Bill Clinton, and Deputy Assistant to President Jimmy Carter, there's good reason why this women was named "One of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Washington" by Ladies Home Journal.

You can meet Linda on September 17th at The Women's Museum for the launch of her new book. Tickets are $10 and price includes a box lunch.