It’s the third Friday of the month and that means the Dallas Arts District is alive with music, movies and fun. All for free!
By taking one look at the buildings of the Bishop Arts District, you know it is rich with history. But these iconic buildings are also rich with entertainment.
Downtown is once again aglow with an old-skool icon — the Pegasus sign atop the Magnolia Hotel. It rivals the technicolor tableaux created nightly by one million LED lights at the Dallas Omni Hotel with its simplicity
Not sure what to give mom this weekend? Why not spend time with her at a festive event in her honor? Here are some options for you. Enjoy!
Today the Dallas Opera proudly announced, Emmanuel Villaume as the new music director . He’s only the third person ever to be named to that position in the 56 year history of the company.
Parents might have enjoyed the splashing sounds of Frog Fountain but they were missing the sounds of student life. Its the university’s spring break too. And visitors here and at colleges around the country are only seeing the campuses, not the schools’ culture.
For more than a decade, the public has paid between $5 and $10 to enjoy the exhibits at the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) – but that will soon be changing.
Do you want to travel around the world? How about doing it in less than a day? An event in Addison promised just that.
A unique festival happening this weekend at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden combines culture with horticulture, as Japan comes to North Texas.
The DFW fine art scene is very much alive and thriving, with displays and exhibits all over the Metroplex that won’t break your budget.
Crowds of people from all over the globe travel to Dallas each year to see the city’s expanding collection of cultural and historical artifacts and artwork.
Located in the heart of downtown, the Dallas Arts District features 19 blocks of the world’s finest visual and performing arts.