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    Book Reviews

    ‘When We Do Harm’ reads like a thriller

    By Terri Schlichenmeyer You felt wonderful. Never better. In the peak of health, fit as a fiddle – until you weren't. Then you were achy, miserable, feverish,...

    Terry McMillan reminds us ‘It’s Not All Downhill from Here’

    By Terri Schlichenmeyer Getting old ain't for sissies. Aging is not for the weak, whiners, or wimps, not for 'fraidycats or those with no confidence, and aging is...

    Do you think I would lie to you?

    By Terri Schlichenmeyer "How does it look?" Your client just asked that loaded question, and you don't know what to do. Truth: it looks awful but...

    ‘Making Our Way Home’ is a superb story

    By Terri Schlichenmeyer You are not safe. How scary is that? If someone told you that your life was in danger right now, and they...

    ‘Bread for Words: A Frederick Douglass Story’ is a good book for kids at home during this crisis

    By Terri Schlichenmeyer It's that time of day and your stomach's growling. That's what happens when you're hungry and you need to eat: your body...

    Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women That a Movement Forgot

    By Terri Schlichenmeyer A sea of people. That's what you saw, overlooking the crowd at the rally you attended. More people, perhaps, than you'd ever seen...

    Art

    Dallas Children’s Theater is making mouse calls

    Master Puppeteers Sally Fiorello and Trish Long of Dallas Children’s Theater (DCT) are not sitting idle during this stay-at-home time – they are doing...

    EarthxFilm’s virtual festival kicks off on Earth Day

      EarthxFilm has unveiled its lineup of virtual programming celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, including 36 features and shorts; virtual options for XR...

    Dallas Summer Musicals postpones Jesus Christ Superstar

    Dallas Summer Musicals (DSM) will extend its postponement of performances to include JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, originally scheduled for April 28 – May 10, 2020...

    Chuck D: ‘There’s a Poison Going On’

    By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia It turns out the social media beef between Public Enemy icons Chuck D and Flavor Flav was...

    Dallas restaurants offering specials, curbside service and more during COVID-19 dine-in closures

    Dallas restaurants are being creative in finding ways to survive COVID-19 related closures for dine-in. Many are staying open and encouraging diners to support...

    Santana and Earth, Wind and Fire will heat up the Dallas concert scene this summer

    Grammy Award-winning, legendary artists Carlos Santana and Earth, Wind & Fire will embark on a North American tour, expected to be the hottest ticket...

    Contest

    POSTPONED: Win free tickets to DTC’s The Last Stop on Market Street

    UPDATE: Due to coronavirus concerns, this event has been postponed.  The Dallas Children's Theater is kicking off its newest production, The Last Stop on Market...

    Calendar

    Gregg A. Smith gives audiences ‘The Real Deal’

    By David Wilfong, NDG Contributing Writer You might say Gregg A. Smith began his musical journey as a dancer. At the age of 3, he...

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    Dallas Summer Musicals postpones Jesus Christ Superstar

    Dallas Summer Musicals (DSM) will extend its postponement of performances to include JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, originally scheduled for April 28 – May 10, 2020...

    Do you think I would lie to you?

    By Terri Schlichenmeyer "How does it look?" Your client just asked that loaded question, and you don't know what to do. Truth: it looks awful but...

    Chuck D: ‘There’s a Poison Going On’

    By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia It turns out the social media beef between Public Enemy icons Chuck D and Flavor Flav was...

    ‘Making Our Way Home’ is a superb story

    By Terri Schlichenmeyer You are not safe. How scary is that? If someone told you that your life was in danger right now, and they...

    Richardson cancels Spring Cottonwood Art Festival and 28th Annual Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival

    The City of Richardson announced the spring celebration of its semiannual Cottonwood Art Festival, scheduled for May 2-3, and the 28th annual Wildflower! Arts...

    Two local film festivals switch to online viewing due to COVID-19

    Thin Line Fest in Denton (ThinLine.us March 25-29) and Dallas VideoFest’s Alternative Fiction (VideoFest.org April 3-5) are teaming up to reinvent how a film festival can...

    ‘Bread for Words: A Frederick Douglass Story’ is a good book for kids at home during this crisis

    By Terri Schlichenmeyer It's that time of day and your stomach's growling. That's what happens when you're hungry and you need to eat: your body...

    Dallas restaurants offering specials, curbside service and more during COVID-19 dine-in closures

    Dallas restaurants are being creative in finding ways to survive COVID-19 related closures for dine-in. Many are staying open and encouraging diners to support...

    Minnie’s Food Pantry sees an increase in demand due to the coronavirus

    In the immediate weeks following the outbreak of the coronavirus here in North Texas, Minnie's Food Pantry (MFP) has witnessed first-hand the severity of...

    POSTPONED: Third-annual Festival of Joy to feature a vibrant parade, music, dance, feast and cultural activities March 28 at Klyde Warren Park

    Kicking off Dallas Arts Month with a colorful celebration of Indian culture and spirituality, the third-annual Festival of Joy will descend on Klyde Warren Park (2012 Woodall...
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