When the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture announced its 2014 “What Makes A City: Character and Calling, What Does Dallas Want to Be?”, Dallas Institute Executive Director Dr. Larry Allums’ plan was “to imagine Dallas from a fresh perspective, setting aside our sworn allegiances for a brief moment in order to consider new ideas, whatever they might … [Read more...] about Local Leaders And Nationally Renowned Experts To Brainstorm “What Makes A City?” Thursday At The Latino Cultural Center
Sunday is Father’s Day. Why not celebrate at Trinity River Revel? You’ll be part of the official opening of the Continental Avenue Pedestrian Bridge, the Trinity Skyline Trail, the West Dallas Gateway Plaza and the Sylvan Avenue Bridge. That’s a lot of openings! But there’s so much more. From a gospel brunch to a campfire party, folks are going to start partying at … [Read more...] about Family Friendly Trinity River Revel Takes Place All Day Sunday
For those who have already flown the Dallas coop, here’s what you’ve left behind — rising temperatures, humbling humility and very little rain in sight. Now here’s just a smattering of off-the-beaten-track events that you’ll be missing in the days to come: Friday, June 6 (9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.), and Saturday, June 7 (11 a.m. to 1 p.m.) — Evidently, … [Read more...] about Who Says Nothing Happens In June?
By 5:30, the Trinity Trust friends and associates had assembled at Trinity Trust headquarters on Tuesday, May 13, to toast producer/director/writer Judy Kelly and photographer Ginny Martin for their award-winning film — “Bridging the Trinity for the Love of the City” — on the building of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. As former Dallas City Manager Mary Suhm and more than 30 … [Read more...] about Trinity Trust Toasts Film Team For Their Award-Winning “Bridging The Trinity For The Love Of The City”
As locals drive back and forth on the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, the Continental Avenue Bridge has looked like an abandoned memory of the past. Ah, but look a bit closer and it’s actually been a beehive of activity with construction underway. On June 15 it will debut as Dallas premier pedestrian bridge with a front row seat for the bike trail running along the Trinity and an … [Read more...] about Mayor Mike Rawlings, River Rats, Rat Pack And Friends Got A Sneak Preview Of Doing The Continental