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The new Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden is a big place with tons to do. Here’s a list of things you don’t want to miss while you’re there.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet Galveston’s “Walrus of Love.”
The weekend’s almost here; maybe you’ve got beer on the brain? Watch this animated guide to making your own, then head to the store like everyone else does.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a man who helped document the rich history of Texas-Mexican border ballads.
It's not just a painting by John Singer Sargent, arguably America's finest portraitist of the late 19th-early 20th century. It's a seven-foot tall Sargent portrait of actor Edwin Booth, arguably the most important American actor of the age.
Do you protect children from the worst aspects of our racial history? Or do they need to know? Dallas playwright Jonathan Norton has a new work at African-American Rep about black homeschoolers.
Dallas actually was becoming known as ‘the City of Hate’ even before the JFK assassination. November 22 just made the label stick. Now a grass-roots project seeks to overturn the label – with artworks.
Be outdoorsy and enjoy nature this weekend with one of these fun outside events.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a musician who loved to “steel” the blues.