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Afterglow Gallery Visual Artist Releases Controversial Polaroid Series July 23

Afterglow Gallery Visual Artist Releases Controversial Polaroid Series July 23

Dallas-based organization Afterglow Gallery presents Allow Me To Reintroduce Myself (AMTRIM) as an icebreaker to discuss current debates that are taking the nation by storm. The Visual Arts Director and Owner, Said Abusaud created this series as a platform to showcase opinions of social issues from the perspective of Dallas' own.  The twelve chosen individuals for the series […]

Vitruvian Lights 2017

Vitruvian Lights 2017

Vitruvian Park is transformed into a dazzling and magical holiday wonderland during Vitruvian Lights, when over 1.5 million sparkling LED lights are wrapped around more than 555 trees. On Friday, November 24, 2017, the lights will be turned on during a spectacular lighting ceremony as Town of Addison Mayor Pro Tempore Ivan Hughes flips the […]

22nd Annual Texas Country Reporter Festival Happens Saturday Oct. 28th in Historic Downtown Waxahachie

22nd Annual Texas Country Reporter Festival Happens Saturday Oct. 28th in Historic Downtown Waxahachie

Join Kelli & Bob Phillips, hosts of the weekly TV show, Texas Country Reporter, for the 22nd Annual Texas Country Reporter Festival. This one-day arts and music festival will take place around the historic courthouse square in downtown Waxahachie.

Korean Festival of Dallas to Showcase Authentic Cuisine & Performances at Carrollton Asian Plaza

Korean Festival of Dallas to Showcase Authentic Cuisine & Performances at Carrollton Asian Plaza

The annual Korean Festival of Dallas highlights Korean culture, including art, food and entertainment with both cultural and K-pop performances. Featured artists include; The Master Coral, Dallas Trio Saxophone, G2 and Crying Nut! A K-POP concert will be held at the outdoor stage. They boast that this concert will be a very special event, comparable to other regions’ Korean Festivals.

Texas Veggie Fair 2017 Happens Tomorrow (Saturday) in Reverchon Park

Texas Veggie Fair 2017 Happens Tomorrow (Saturday) in Reverchon Park

The Texas Veggie Fair in Dallas is a Texas-sized vegetable and sustainable living celebration that promotes a plant-based lifestyle for all. The one-day event features veggie samples from local farmers, chef-led demonstrations on cooking healthy at home, unique arts and crafts, yoga sessions, produce seminars, contests, craft beer and live musical performances from nationally touring acts and homegrown talent.

XTO Energy Parade of Lights delivering “A Postcard to Christmas” to Downtown Fort Worth

XTO Energy Parade of Lights delivering

For the 35th year, half-a-million lights and more than 100 illuminated floats will cover the 1.59-mile parade route and draw tens of thousands of people to Downtown Fort Worth for the XTO Energy Parade of Lights.

Open Mic Naked Storytelling Event at Union Coffee on Oct. 6th – Theme is “Unpopular”

Open Mic Naked Storytelling Event at Union Coffee on Oct. 6th - Theme is

On Friday nights, The Naked Stage hosts story-telling and spoken word at Union Coffee. They encourage brave vulnerability by asking people to tell their stories without screens, notes or props: Naked. On any given night, stories and poems will range from funny to inspiring to sentimental.

Tune Up Your Guitar – Dallas Porchfest is Almost Here

Tune Up Your Guitar - Dallas Porchfest is Almost Here

If you’re looking for something fun to do in Dallas, put this on your calendar! Dallas PorchFest is a festival celebrating music, the arts, and food on the front porches and yards of the beautiful homes located in the Peak’s Addition neighborhood; It’s a day marked to bring together the greater Dallas community, in support of local musicians, artists, and cuisine, while raising money to improve and beautify the neighborhood (sidewalk repairs, tree plantings, etc.).

Local Food & Suds at the 16th Annual Oktoberfest Southlake Oct. 4th – 8th

Local Food & Suds at the 16th Annual Oktoberfest Southlake Oct. 4th - 8th

This year will mark the 16th anniversary of the Oktoberfest celebration hosted by Southlake's Chamber of Commerce. Over 100,000 people visit throughout the weekend festival! Attendance is completely free -- there are no admissions or parking fees. However, there will be a wide range of food, beverages, and booth items available for purchase.

Turtle Creek Arts Festival Debuts in Dallas

Turtle Creek Arts Festival Debuts in Dallas

The inaugural Turtle Creek Arts Festival, a new, two-day arts festival, will debut in Reverchon Park in Dallas, Texas this fall. The festival will showcase approximately 100 local and regional artists and crafters of all disciplines at the historic park that is just steps away from the Katy Trail.