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Interview: 4 Foodie Questions with Chef Ryan Olmos Ahead of Chefs for Farmers

Interview: 4 Foodie Questions with Chef Ryan Olmos Ahead of Chefs for Farmers

Chefs for Farmers 2017 is coming up November 2nd – 5th and features days and nights of inspired eating and drinking courtesy of some very talented local and national chefs. From popping small bites to getting to know the farms behind our favorite plates, and even learning to build a better Bloody Mary, the weekend’s events are a foodie’s ultimate indulgence.

Japanese Garden Fall Festival with Dance Troupes, Martial Arts, Papermaking, and More Kicks Off Oct. 28th

Japanese Garden Fall Festival with Dance Troupes, Martial Arts, Papermaking, and More Kicks Off Oct. 28th

Witness the vibrant change in seasons at the Japanese Garden Fall Festival, held at the picturesque Fort Worth Botanic Garden. A perfect locale, the garden invites attendees to bring the whole family for a day of Japanese dance troupes, martial arts demonstrations, papermaking and tea ceremonies set against a lush, enchanting natural backdrop.

Index Fest Dallas • Full Music Lineup Announced!

Index Fest Dallas • Full Music Lineup Announced!

Formerly Untapped, Dallas' biggest & best craft beer festival returns to Fair Park on November 11 and the official music lineup has been released. They will be welcoming Big Boi, J Roddy Walston & The Business, Cherub, Langhorne Slim & The Law, Tone Loc, and Michael Lee and the Wartime Limousine to the Index Fest stage!

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.

Huffhines Art Trails is Still Blazing the Trail in its 41st Year with More than 160 Artists

Huffhines Art Trails is Still Blazing the Trail in its 41st Year with More than 160 Artists

This year, the 41st Huffhines Art Trails will showcase the creative hand work of more than 160 artists and craftsman including 35 new artists, providing shoppers more to peruse, more to choose and more to buy.

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.

Road Trip Idea – Louisiana Seafood Festival Oct. 27th – 29th

Road Trip Idea - Louisiana Seafood Festival Oct. 27th - 29th

From their waters to your plate, the Louisiana Seafood Festival is a celebration of all the fresh and flavorful seafood that makes our state great. The three-day festival has grown more and more every year and offers; live music, celebrity chef cooking demonstrations, dozens of Louisiana seafood dishes, an Arts Village showcasing gifts, décor and more!

Video Marketing World Conference 2017 (Sold Out)

Video Marketing World Conference 2017 (Sold Out)

If your brand is making videos, make sure you're creating effective videos that people want to watch and engage with. Vidpow is bringing six of the world's top video marketing, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and sales experts to Dallas for their first annual conference. Created for brands that want to take their video marketing to the next level; you will learn about YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, live video and selling with video.

Fearing’s Restaurant Announces October 23rd Live Oak Session: Movies That Should Be Musicals

Fearing’s Restaurant Announces October 23rd Live Oak Session: Movies That Should Be Musicals

When Fearing’s teamed up with the “Movies That Should Be Musicals” team last April, the result was a sold-out live entertainment event that stimulated laughter and animated conversation over a memorable evening of food and drinks. That first “Movies That Should Be Musicals” showcased the film, A League of Their Own. On the 23rd of this month, round-two of “Movies That Should be Musicals” will dazzle with a fun, specially curated look at the film Practical Magic, starring Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman.

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.