Share-A-Date: 16th Annual Bishop’s Gala

2014 is just ahead and already dates are being locked down. The Catholic Charities’ 16th Annual Bishop’s Gala just revealed the headline entertainer. Taking the stage at the Hilton Anatole on Saturday, February 1, will be Harry Connick Jr. The New Orleans crooner is a change from past Bishop Gala entertainers. In the last three years, they’ve had Bill Cosby, Martin Short and … [Read more...]

Share-A-Date: 2013 Art Of Film

The Dallas Film Society just revealed the date for the 2013 Art of Film — Friday, November 8. Once again it will be at the Hall of State in Fair Park. This year’s event will be chaired by Kacy and Carter Tolleson. According to the Tollesons, “We are honored to be a part of history with this year’s The Art of Film. Our love for film and appreciation of the art makes it a … [Read more...]

Share-A-Date: The Power Of Prevention Breakfast

Tuesday, October 8: If you are a Dr. Phil fan, then you know Debbie Knauss from her various appearances on his show. If she’s new to you, here’s some info: Debbie is a registered nurse who has specialized in dealing with the “disease of addiction and the importance of family involvement in the addict’s recovery." Over the years and after working in various facilities providing … [Read more...]

SHARE-A-DATE: Center For BrainHealth’s Legacy Award Dinner

Let's be painfully honest. This one should be called the “Gray Matters Dinner.” The Center for BrainHealth’s “Legacy Award Dinner” is one of the favs each year where brainy baby boomers and the next generation come together to better understand the workings of the stuff within your skull. This year the Wednesday, October 9th dinner is honoring Jane and Bud Smith at the … [Read more...]

Share-A-Date: History With A Twist

Saturday, May 18: Many oldtimers know the area as Old City Park. But they also remember when Harvey Gough redefined "grilling." Nowadays, the former Old City Park is known as Dallas Heritage Village and it's surrounded by ever-developing downtown Dallas. Back in 1876 it was Dallas' first official city park. Over the years other parks were established, and the poor darling … [Read more...]