Arts & Culture
If you want to see original or newly adapted plays, uniquely choreographed dance performances or great music, you only need to look at the local colleges and universities.
One of the best things about dinner theater is that you are part of the action. Here are a few places around town where you can dine and play under one roof.
Hispanic Heritage Month is from September 15 to October 15. If you want to learn more about the culture that helped make North Texas vibrant, attend the events listed here.
Whether you are a native of North Texas or a new transplant, turn to the experts to get to know the best of DFW. Here is a list of the best local bloggers in the DFW area.
Exploring the city with a child can be an enlightening experience. Here are a few interesting places that feature exhibits and events that can be fun for children and adults.
The DFW theatre scene heats up with new musicals and theatrical performances that’ll make you laugh, cry, sing and cheer as they explore the human condition.
North Texas is a premier destination for large-scale art exhibitions. Here is an update on some of the newest exhibitions at DFW area museums, and ones that are coming soon.
The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is the premier science museum of the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex. Here are a few of the upcoming exhibits scheduled for this fall.
From castle-like structures to mega-sized buildings, DFW has some of the most beautiful and historic churches in the southwest. Here are a few must-visit houses of worship.
Even if you are not an actor, singer or dancer, there are many ways you can get involved in the local community theatre scene.
Children’s theater productions in DFW are full-scale shows meant to delight kids and the adults who take them. Here are a few upcoming productions set for this summer and fall.
While many charity events occur in the early spring or fall, there are a few charitable organizations that have events in the summer. Here are some that would love to have your support.