JUST IN: After-School All-Stars North Texas Hits A Home Run With 2017 World Series MVP Jose Altuve For Third Annual Rising Stars Luncheon

While this spring’s nonprofit events seemed to be ladies-only when it comes to celebrity draws (Kristin Chenoweth, Katie Holmes, Chrissy Metz, Hilary Swank, etc.), it’s not the case. The After-School All-Stars North Texas' Third Annual Rising Stars Luncheon that was such a hit last year with Dak Prescott has scored another super-duper athlete — Jose Altuve! Please, oh, … [Read more...]

Nasher Sculpture Center’s 2018 Great Create Artists Revealed

One of the ultimate most favorite family events is the Nasher Sculpture Center’s The Great Create. It not only turns the Center’s lush grounds into a colorful playground with food and music for kids, it also has pop-up workshops with some of the area’s most outstanding artists. This year’s Co-Chairs Macey and Steve Davis, Nicole and Justin Small and Meredith and Scott … [Read more...]

North Texas Food Bank’s Empty Bowls Is Moving To New Digs In March

Change is afoot at the North Texas Food Bank. In the past NTFB’s Empty Bowls had shivering souls heading to the Meyerson for the annual soup-athon. The NTFB-ers have waved “bye-bye” to the Meyerson and headed down to Ross Street to F.I.G.   The date for the 2017 liquid sipping is Friday, March 2 (aka Texas Independence Day). Won’t be a problem. The … [Read more...]

SPCA’s Bark + Build Housewarming Had Guests In The Christmas Duds And “Home For The Holidays” Doghouses Barking For Attention

NorthPark Center may be entering the real estate business. In the summer, there's Dallas CASA's Parade of Playhouses and now the SPCA of Texas is staking claim on housing. With guests like Ken Risser, Heather Nelson, Carolyn and David Kubes, Teresa and William Vit, Andi Cohen and Kim Sheldon in full Christmas attire, the Bark + Build Housewarming kicked off Home For The … [Read more...]

Dallas Arboretum Is Offering A “Thank You For 2017” Special In January

It’s so typical of North Texas. The temperatures slide up and down the thermometer. But in January because there’s a tendency to bundle up instead of tube topping, the Dallas Arboretum is offering a "Thank You For 2017" bargain. Here’s the scoop on the special price: Instead of the usual $10-$15 admission, the fee is a measly $5 each day for the whole month! Why not take … [Read more...]