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Summer Art Festival at Southwest Gallery

A paintbrush dips delicately into a vibrant red paint on the artist’s palette. Light strokes are gently pressed along the canvas, creating a strong and smooth line. Despite its seemingly slow, careful progress, the painting seems to come alive in no time, as the painter efficiently brings to life what they are envisioning in their head. Watching an artist create a masterpiece live is one of the most intense, exciting, and enjoyable experience – why do you think Bob Ross had such a successful tv show? On August 14 and 15, Southwest Gallery is bringing that experience to the North Dallas Corridor as they host their Annual Summer Art Festival from 1-5 p.m.
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Local author pens youth novel about empathy

DALLAS (KDAF) — For many people, it is hard to be optimistic lately. With a global pandemic taking more than 600,000 people in the United States alone and economic hardship, it may be hard to inspire optimism in children. But not everything in this world is grim and dour, it...
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Dopapod Announces Three-Night Texas New Year’s Eve Run

Dopapod will head south to the Lone Star State for a three-night New Year’s Eve run throughout Texas, the band announced on Tuesday. The quartet will ring in 2022 with a show at Deep Ellum Art Company in Dallas. Dopapod’s New Year’s Eve run begins on December 29th at Last...
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BOMB Aesthetically Pleasing Areas To Take Pictures in Dallas!

Hey Everyone, Welcome back to another video! As a lover of taking great photos, it was a must that I let you guys in on some of the greatest locations for photo ops in the city! Just in case you missed any and don't want to scroll back through the video, i'm making it easy for you and including those locations below: -Legacy West in Plano -Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens -Southern Methodist University -Highland Park Village -Cavas Hotel -Virgin Hotel -Deep Ellum -Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge -Bishop Arts District As always, hope you enjoyed this video and are ready to step your photo game up haha :) Let's Stay Connected: Instagram: @ayisha.nicolee (Personal) @ayishanicole_ (Business) Email: ayisha.n.smith@gmail.com STAY TUNED FOR MORE DALLAS LOCAL CONTENT!
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Black Pistol Fire Is Shooting For Fame in Texas

Last month, Austin-based duo Black Pistol Fire played Trees in one of their first shows since the pandemic began. Seeing the posters of previous performers all over the walls in a packed venue reminded them of how much they missed the stage, especially at one of their favorite Dallas spots.
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Ana B and Friends at Addison Improv

Laughing with friends is the best medicine. Ana Buenrostro (AKA, Ana B) thinks so too, as she is bringing her friends to Addison Improv this Sunday at 7 p.m. to share stories, have fun, and make audiences laugh all night. Ana B is a Dallas-based stand-up comedian born in Guadalajara,...
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Neuchâtel 2021 Review: TIDES (aka. THE COLONY)

This year the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival had a treat for the locals programmed in at the end: the International première of Swiss film-maker Tim Fehlbaum's apocalyptic science fiction action drama Tides (soon to be released state-side as The Colony). It proved popular as well, and Fehlbaum left the festival with two awards in his pocket, one of them granted by the festival's audiences.
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“Focus On: Henry Ossawa Tanner” is Coming to the Dallas Museum of Art

Opening Sunday, Aug. 17, “Focus On: Henry Ossawa Tanner” will be showing at the Dallas Museum of Art. The exhibition features two of Henry Ossawa Tanner’s most famous paintings, “The Thankful Poor” (1894), and “Christ and His Mother Studying the Scriptures” (about 1908). By displaying the two pieces side by side, observers can see both the similarities among the works as well as the contrast that separates Tanner’s early work from that which the artist painted later in his career.
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Wicked in Dallas Marks The Return Of Broadway Tours

The Witch of the West is flying into Dallas. “Wicked” opens at Music Hall at Fair Park tonight. It’s the first Broadway show to go on tour anywhere in the country since the start of the pandemic, and it’s hard to think of a more popular musical to welcome back Broadway.
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The Best Party in DFW Is in Fort Worth — and It’s on Monday

The tectonic house beats of “Apollo 11” by Cody Currie or “Good People - Director’s Cut Signature Mix” by Marko Militano shake the wooden dance floor and leather booths. Fluorescent lights timed to the music reflect from disco balls. The packed crowd bobs and bounces and dances to the enveloping, entrancing house and techno rhythms; people go in and out of the bathroom rubbing their noses or stare at the lights and disco balls with black pupils the size of dinner plates. At 2 a.m., on the dot, the pale yellow lights turn on; the revelers head outside, where everybody chatters and smokes and sobers up a bit, or tries to.
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Dr. Pimple Popper airing sixth season

DALLAS (KDAF) — Dr. Sandra Lee took the internet by storm in 2015. The board-certified dermatologist started her journey to fame when she created an Instagram account, giving people a window into her world as a dermatologist. Knowing that her field of medicine is very visual, she took to YouTube...