The Dallas Opera will present the world premiere of Joby Talbot’s “Everest” on Jan. 30 next year.
Nearly everybody has a busy schedule. But before your calendar gets filled up, you should check out a few places to celebrate the Lunar New Year of the Wooden Horse.
Looking for that perfect book for your loved one? Our friends at Simon & Schuster have a lot of fantastic dating guides and a few less-traditional reads to help you feel the love this Valentine’s Day.
Pilates, yoga, cycling, jazz, tap, ballet, Zumba, belly dancing and even pole dancing are some of the ways that people are keeping themselves slim and trim while having fun.
There are many ways to express oneself in clay. Even if you have never tried creating anything with your hands, there is a class in the DFW area made especially for you.
Christmas lights of a different kind are brightening up Fair Park in Dallas. The traditional Chinese Lantern Festival exhibit has added some special displays for the holidays.
The first major exhibit to focus on Spanish painter Joaquin Sorolla and his impact in America opened last week at SMU in Dallas with more than 160 works from the artist.
Texas has a way of doing everything big. Dallas’ New Year’s Eve celebrations are no exception. Read on for some of the best vantage points for this year’s fireworks display.
The holidays are a special time that remind us of the many blessings we have received. Now, it is time to give back to those less fortunate around the DFW area.
The Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth is expanding its gallery space with a new building designed by Renzo Piano that is a nod to the museum’s original Louis Kahn building.
“The Nutcracker” is opening in Fort Worth in just a few days, but CBS 11 News reporter Elizabeth Dinh got an early look at the holiday classic with the Texas Ballet Theater.
One need not be religious to hear the uplifting voices of some of DFW’s best choruses. Read on for a list of the best of the best in the DFW area when it comes to choirs.