Category: Culture

Shawn Williams: A Beale Street model for Deep Ellum

After I wrote this article I thought, wouldn’t a Johnny Taylor themed restaurant look good in Deep Ellum (or South Dallas)? Some of ya’ll entrepreneur types should be able to take that one and run. Anyway, here’s the article I wrote for the Dallas Morning News almost in its entirety....

Preservation Link’s “Through the Eyes of Our Children:Something Beautiful” opens at Dallas Museum of Art

On Monday June 1st, Preservation Link’s Point of View photojournalism program held an awards program at the Dallas Museum of Art’s Horchow Auditorium. Preservatino Link is a nonprofit organization that looks to encourage an appreciation and an acknowledgment of community and culture through literacy, art, and technology education. On the...

Stage Right Raises the Curtain for Education and Spotlights Appreciation of the Arts through Experience and Positive Quality Lifestyles

Dallas Police Chief David Kunkle and Michael Jenkins, President and Managing Director of Dallas Summer Musicals will hold a press conference Friday, June 5th at 10 a.m. in the lobby of the Music Hall at Fair Park, to discuss the objectives and success of the Stage Right program that introduces...

Teco Theatrical Productions Summer Theater Camp slots filling up fast

Submitted by Buster Miller, originally posted at Examiner.com Still haven’t figured out a productive activity for your children or teen to do this summer, one that is cost effective during the current recession and may lead into a future career for your youth? Beginning June 8 – July 31, 2009, TeCo Theatrical Productions,...

The Dallas Zoo: Dallas’ Hidden Jewel

During Spring Break, I posted on my Facebook page that I was taking my son to the zoo. “That’s great, I love the Ft. Worth Zoo,” one of my friends replied.” Another commented “we just went to the Ft. Worth Zoo on Monday, he’ll love it.” I’ve been to the...