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Fall weather brings high school football, homecoming dances and parties to thousands of teens in the metroplex. Parents of freshman students are especially...
In the month of October, the color pink has become synonymous with National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Everything from consumer products to the NFL is...
Coming to the Dallas area for a second year, "An Evening with Farm Aid" on October 8, 2015, promises good local chef involvement as well as music by Texas bands...
A variety of artists will converge on the Dallas/Fort Worth area this weekend at the Cottonwood Art Festival in Richardson, held semi-annually at Cottonwood...
For John Wayne fans, put your cowboy hats and boots on and get ready for the 2015 John Wayne Film Festival, coming to Dallas September 24-27 including...
Only a few weeks away, Oktoberfest has grown in popularity over the years to be one of North America’s most celebrated excuses to drink beer and reminisce about...
The City of Waco’s Mammoth Site, discovered in 1978, was recently named a National Monument when President Barack Obama issued a Presidential Proclamation...
After a third straight year of shattering community giving day records, North Texas Giving Day returns for its seventh year on September 17, 2015 with more than...
Music lovers in the Dallas/Fort Worth area can rejoice, because this past weekend marked the opening of the Texas Musicians Museum (TTM) in historic downtown...
Rita Cook – Guest Contributor
Jun 23 2015
It’s the dog days of summer and as the temperature increases, take some time to go outdoors with your furry friend, not only for some R&R, but also some much...