Robin D. Everson
Whether it is for your home or office, art that is affordable is sought out by budget-conscience art lovers. Those shoppers should check out this list of affordable art options in DFW.
Ray Carpenter wanted to give himself a long-term and fulfilling career, so he decided to go back to school and now has become an assistant Vice President at AT&T.
Lindsey Canon pursued a master’s degree in nursing administration and during that process, enjoyed experiences not otherwise available without this educational pursuit.
Matt Hinckley was destined to be a history professor, and according to him, the benefits of an advanced degree go way beyond the pay.
Spring is almost here and it is time to get out and see some of DFW’s best theatrical performances. While comedy might be in, there are deeper trains of thought in dramatic pieces.
This year’s theme of “Celebrating Women of Character, Courage and Commitment” is highlighted with places that showcase the history of women and their contributions.
Comedians remind us to celebrate our idiosyncrasies because, many times, those are the things that keep us strong. Check out this list of great comedy shows coming soon to DFW.
Creating art is all about expressing oneself. Looking to find ways to scratch that creative itch of yours? Here is a list of some of the DFW area’s best art supply stores.
Artistic expression through music and theatrical performance can be a great way to spend date night with your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day. Here are some of the best options.
Dr. Jennifer Parvin uses her educational background to consult with school districts to create leadership pipelines at all levels from teachers to assistant/associate principals and above.
Director of Surgical Services Health Care gives healthy prognosis when it comes to combining higher education with career success.
After many impressive contributions to the film industry, Melina McKinnon reflects on how education and a life changing event changed her career path.