Junior League Of Dallas Past And Present Leadership Honored With Cocktail Party At Linda And Bill Custard’s Home

While the 2016 Great Adventure Hunt crew was learning the game plan for ChildCareGroup fundraiser at the Perot on Monday, January 23, the Junior League of Dallas honored their past and present leadership on Tuesday, October 25. Filling the entry hall of Linda and Bill Custard’s Highland Park home, it got silk shoulder-to –silk shoulder with the gals. At one point … [Read more...]

Thanksgiving Holiday Breaks Are Taking Place All Week For Area Schools

As if anyone needs to tell you, it's Thanksgiving week when turkeys hide for cover and shoppers warm up for Black Friday sales. But it's also a topsy-turvy scheduling of schools. Some are starting their Thanksgiving break today. Others are holding out until Wednesday. Check out the MySweetCharity Calendar for which school zones will have the flashing lights and which … [Read more...]

Jazz Babies Will Rouge Their Knees When Dallas Museum Of Art Becomes A Speakeasy To Celebrate The Art Of The Cocktail

Gee, whiz! That first weekend in February is already starting to look busier than a bootlegger during Prohibition. Just announced was Mary Parker’s receiving the Sandi Haddock Impact Award at the Dallas Go Red for Women Luncheon on Friday, February 3, and then there’s the Super Bowl down in Houston on Sunday, February 5. Wedged between Friday and Sunday, the Dallas … [Read more...]

JUST IN: Mary Parker To Receive The Sandi Haddock Impact Award At 2017 Dallas Go Red For Women Luncheon

Here’s a great way to start the weekend! Great news! The American Heart Association has just revealed that Mary Parker will be the 2017 recipient of the Sandi Haddock Impact Award at the Omni Dallas Hotel on Friday, February 3, for the Dallas Go Red For Women Luncheon. After having a heart attack years ago, Mary has become a powerful advocate in helping people become … [Read more...]

Interactive Artist/Activist Candy Chang Blended Art And Healing For Dallas Women’s Foundation’s 31st Luncheon

To compare last year’s Dallas Women’s Foundation’s 30th Annual Luncheon to this year’s was like comparing a trophy wife to a first wife. Sure, the 2016 version had Desperate Housewife Eva Longoria at the podium, an A+ meet-and-greet structure, life was good and the economy was marching along. But this year’s Annual Luncheon on Friday, October 21, at the Hilton Anatole had a … [Read more...]