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Dinosaur comes to Allen STEAM Center

Allen ISD’s STEAM Center is now home to a Triceratops. With the help of Allen’s Art Alliance, Larry Labue, executive director of the STEAM Center, has started a partnership with Allen’s Dinosaur Company, a branch of Billings productions specializing in animatronic dinosaurs. In addition to teaching students about dinosaurs and their environment during the late Cretaceous period, the center also plans on teaching students about the process of creating an animatronic dinosaur.
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IDEA’s speaker series begins with John Quiñones

John Quiñones, the seven-time Emmy award-winning reporter and host of “What Would You Do?” presented Thursday at the Lyceum as the inaugural speaker for the university’s Division of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access’ speaker series. Students and staff packed the Lyceum as IDEA assistant vice...
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Traverse a Journey through Printmaking with Junanne Peck

Junanne Peck will take you on a journey through different types of printmaking with her solo exhibit. Explore along with her!. “Traverse a Journey through Printmaking with Junanne Peck”. Peck will be showcasing her exhibit of Etchings, Monotypes, Drypoints, and Woodcuts. Date: September 25 – October 28, 2022. Closing...

National Literacy Month 2022

Dallas – Say It Loud! Readers and Writers and the Tulisoma South Dallas Book Club is hosting a community conversation acknowledging National Literacy Month at the African American Museum of Dallas located at 3536 Grand Avenue, Dallas, TX 75210. This community discussion was stimulated by the success of the Tulisoma South Dallas Book Fair held on August 20, 2022, and the unfortunate recent news of the math and reading scores for America’s 9-year-olds that fell dramatically during the first two years of the pandemic.

Tuck Everlasting

Eleven-year-old Winnie Foster yearns for a life of adventure beyond her white picket fence, but not until she becomes unexpectedly entwined with the Tuck Family does she get more than she could have imagined. When Winnie learns of the magic behind the Tuck’s unending youth, she must fight to protect their secret from those who would do anything for a chance at eternal life. As her adventure unfolds, Winnie faces an extraordinary choice: return to her life, or continue with the Tucks on their infinite journey.

Meet the Dallas artist who paints Big Tex every year

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) — Big Tex finally arrived in Fair Park on Friday, bringing a flurry of people who gathered to watch. But in the crowd, you’ll find one North Texan not focused on Big Tex at all. The real one anyway. Eric Hansen is a Dallas fine artist...
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Roxy Music Played a Dream Reunion Concert in Dallas Friday Night

The notion of seeing Roxy Music live in concert seemed like a complete fantasy at the dawn of 2022, one of those "Wouldn’t it be great if (pick a name) toured again?” music-specific daydreams. Only a handful of bands whose members still live and breathe seemed immune to the seductive pull of the "reunion tour" — Dire Straits, Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin come to mind, as did Roxy Music.

The Mars Volta Debuted New Songs + Played Many Classics at First Show Since 2012

It’s been over a decade since prog/jazz/psych rock masters The Mars Volta put out a new album – 2012’s Noctourniquet – and embarked on a subsequent tour. Thus, this past Thursday’s (Sept. 22) first show in support of their recently released self-titled LP was heavily anticipated, and gratefully, their setlist included a mix of old favorites and brand-new bangers.

Laura Rathe Fine Art to Showcase an International Art Star’s Work In Houston and Dallas

Laura Rathe is an international art icon. This article is promoted/partner content and not produced by the editorial staff. Laura Rathe Fine Art (LRFA) is no stranger to hosting some of the world’s best art exhibits. With two galleries in Houston (River Oaks District and Gallery Row at 2707 Colquitt Street) and one gallery in Dallas’ coveted Design District, Laura Rathe Fine Art is at the forefront of the global art scene. The latest addition to the Houston gallery’s star-studded lineup is a solo exhibit with internationally recognized and acclaimed Beijing-based artist Zhuang Hong Yi.

Local Library Removes ‘Banned Book Week’ Post After Complaints

As libraries around the country close out what certain advocacy groups and associations call Banned Book Week, celebrated September 18-24 this year, some Keller residents expressed concern after city officials requested that the public library remove a social media post promoting the week-long event. “Want to check out any of...

The Arts: The fall season

Fall signals the return to a routine that provides structure and brings sense to our days. A time when school starts up, weather cools down and pumpkin patches are fascinating and fun paths to colorful Halloween. While autumn can signal the slowing down of the year, here in the Flower...

Mount Vernon Music presents Mixed Doubles

Husband-wife duos George Nickson, principal percussion of the Dallas Symphony, with violinist Samantha Bennett and percussionist Drew Lang with Helen Blackburn, principal flute of the Dallas Opera. George Nickson, percussion and Samantha Bennett,violin and. Helen Blackburn, flute and Drew Lang,percussion. Tickets: $20, $10 for MVMMembers. Students are admitted free (8th...

AD EX Shares Architecture with Dallas

On North Texas Giving Day, the Dallas Architecture and Design Exchange (AD EX) hosted a small celebration to thank donors who have contributed to their mission. AD EX is a local organization that shares architecture with the Dallas community. “Our mission is to foster access to architecture and design for...
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Shakespeare Dallas Celebrates 50th Anniversary with All-Female ‘Hamlet'

After 135 productions over 50 years, some things have not changed at Shakespeare Dallas. “We are still celebrating the works of William Shakespeare by producing them in an outdoor environment, still significantly at a low cost,” said Raphael Parry, Shakespeare Dallas’ Executive and Artistic Director. “We still have an enthusiastic audience coming out to the plays and enjoying those works.”