A Gentle Reminder: Beware Greenville Avenue Starting Friday Afternoon

After recovering from the daylight saving time adjustment this past weekend, there's another challenge this weekend for those living on the east side of "the pond (i.e. Central Expressway)." The backbone of East Dallas roads known as Greenville Avenue will be flooded with green. People, floats and pets will be fill the roadway starting early in the morning for the 39th Annual … [Read more...]

Presidents’ Day Cometh Monday And Bringeth A Three-Day Holiday Weekend

Presidents’ Day is one of those tricky Monday holidays. It didn’t start out that way. In 1885 it was held on February 22 in recognition of George Washington and officially called “Washington’s Birthday.”  In 1971 it was changed in name and date as part of Uniform Monday Holiday Act to Presidents' Day and held on the third Monday in February. The idea was to allow for a … [Read more...]

Be The Special Valentine For A Child In Need Of Encouragement

The flowers are ordered. The champagne dinner reservations are locked down with a special bling-bling for dessert. The Kate Weiser chocolates are gift wrapped. You’re all set for Valentine’s Day 2018 and feeling pretty proud of yourself. Rightly so. But there’s just one more thing that you could do to make it a home run — send a Valentine’s Day card to a stranger. It’s free. … [Read more...]

Starting March 6, Nasher Prize Celebration Month Sets In Motion The Excitement For The Presentation To Prize-Winner Theaster Gates

The Nasher Sculpture Center folks really know how to set the wheels in motion for the 2018 Nasher Prize Laureate presentation to Theaster Gates on Saturday, April 7. During the Nasher Prize Celebration Month, organizers have arranged for all types of free activities in celebration of the American artist including free general admission and family activities during spring break … [Read more...]

Let’s Chill Tuesday Morning

Tuesday morning is not going to be a flash-back to the 2011 Super Ice Bowl. Tonight weather guessers are suggesting there will be an overnight "dusting" of snow and sleet on North Texas grounds. Why KDFW's Dan Henry, KTVT's Scott Padget, KXAS's Rick Mitchell and WFAA's Pete Delkus still have their jackets on! Chances are kids are going to be so disappointed that it ain’t … [Read more...]