MySweetWishList: AT&T Performing Arts Center

According to AT&T Performing Arts Center President/CEO Doug Curtis, “The nonprofit AT&T Performing Arts Center’s wish is simple: to enrich the community through the performing arts. For as little as $40 dollars, you can provide an experience that will bring joy to a child or family during the holiday season, and memories to last well beyond that. "When you … [Read more...]

Dallas Film Society’s 2014 The Art Of Film With Marisa Tomei Came Off Thanks To Flexibility

When it comes to special events, flexibility is the key to success. And it got a pretty healthy test for the Dallas Film Society’s The Art of Film. After four years of guy-types on stage (Robert Duvall, John Lithgow, Val Kilmer and Lee Daniels), it was about time for a pair of high heels to make the grade. DFS President/CEO Lee Papert and the crew were so proud that they … [Read more...]

MySweetWishList: Homeward Bound Inc.

According to Homeward Bound Inc. Executive Director and Co-Founder Doug Denton, “Homeward Bound Inc. began in 1980 as a volunteer outreach of First Presbyterian Church of Houston’s Jail Ministry Program to address overcrowding in Texas jails. “We grew out of a pilot project in Dallas to serve first offenders and probation violators who were judged to need stability … [Read more...]

Aging Mind Foundation Trio Announce Plans For “Living With Bob: A Salute To Robert A. Wilson”

Overlooking the Dallas Arts District, the Klyde Warren Park, Perot Museum and the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, there was no more spectacular place to kick off a new fundraiser on Friday, November 21. The spot was Laree Hulshoff’s and Ben Fischer’s palatial nest at Museum Tower. Talk about the ultimate in so many ways — the views, the layout and the décor! As guests … [Read more...]

MySweetCharity Photo Gallery Alert: The Art Of Film

Despite some changes in plans and damp weather, the Dallas Film Society's The Art of Film had its first female recipient of the Texas Star Award — Marisa Tomei. While Marisa made her way through a traffic jam of Dallas Maverick fans to get to the Perot Museum, guests partied in the Lyda Hill Gems and Mineral Exhibition and hardly noticed the delay. The post will … [Read more...]