Arts & Entertainment


Honoring Justice Through Music

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra pays homage to Ruth Bader Ginsburg By: Nancy Cohen Israel |  For Ruth, anything. Count me in.” This, said pianist Jeffrey Biegel, was Denyce Graves’s response to his invitation to perform …

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Mila Says: Theater for September & October 2021

Mila Vincent, our six-year-old theater critic, is getting back into the theater with her grandmother, Johannah Luza! This issue, she reviews shows about a girl who wants to be president, witches, and a Beauty and …

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Artisan Jeweler Paige Pauley Creates Magic with Each Unique Piece

Sometimes you leap before you look. At least, that’s what Paige Pauley did. The Fort Worth-based artisan jeweler had no plan, but she knew it was time for a change after 16 years of working …

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When Harry Meets Salty

The Popcorn Pageantry of Harry Kalenberg By: Debra Goldie Jones |  I  eat popcorn so fast I only stop to breathe when the bowl is empty. Not so, however, when Harry meets salty. Harry Kalenberg …

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Queen Bees

A Film for the Young and the Young at Heart By: Clara Mathews | All photos courtesy of Gravitas Ventures ~  Queen Bees is the fun, feel-good movie you can kick back and enjoy! Ellen …

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‘Matilda’ Turns 25

By: Nick Thomas Roald Dahl’s beloved 1988 novel “Matilda” found tremendous success when it was released as a movie nearly a decade later. Today, it remains an enjoyable family film to watch with children and …

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Book Reviews

Paris Without Her: A Memoir

Written by: Gregory Curtis | Book Review by: Marlene Caraballo An honest and courageous memoir, Gregory Curtis’s Paris Without Her is an account of the author moving on after the loss of his wife. I …

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Sparks Like Stars: A Novel

Written by Nadia Hashimi | Book Review by Colleen Devine Ellis ~ Ten-year-old Sitara Zalmani is the privileged, much-loved daughter of a prominent minister to Afghanistan’s president during the 1970s. The world her father and other politicians …

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On the town

Fun Fall Events for September & October 2021

Looking for Fall fun? Check out our top picks for September & October! All events are subject to change due to weather or other concerns. Check with the venue or organization to ensure an event …

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Before You Stomp on That Spider…The Useful Arachnid

“Arachnids.” Many people have never heard this word before. Why do some people wince when they hear this word? Whatever arachnids are, why do they have such a bad rap? We hope you aren’t scared …

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Fun & Free Activities in Dallas Fort Worth

We’ve compiled a list of activities and destinations around town that are not only fun, but free! Just click below to get a list for Dallas and Fort Worth.

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