Movie festivals you can watch from home

Since we’re all practicing social isolation and quarantine for a while, don’t fret…. you can still catch new movies right at home while supporting local film makers! Two video festivals from North Texas (Thin Line Fest in Denton, March 25-29 and Dallas VideoFest’s Alternative Fiction, April 3-5) are partnering up to bring you their annual […]

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National Puppy Day!

Here’s some good news for dog owners to brighten your day! Today (March 23) is National Puppy Day! As many of us can relate, having a pet in our lives is believed to reduce stress and improve overall health and well-being. And who doesn’t love puppy cuddles?? I’m taking the time to celebrate my dog today, […]

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Take a GANDER at Come from Away when it returns to North Texas

It is with some sadness that I’m writing a review of a fabulous show that you’ll likely have to wait to see. We were fortunate to attend the opening of Come from Away, the Broadway smash hit, as it traveled to the Music Hall at Fair Park as part of the Dallas Summer Musicals. As […]

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Designer Interview: Kathy Fielder

We had the pleasure of chatting with Dallas designer Kathy Fielder to get the scoop on her store expansion (hello, NOLA) and to learn more about her brand. From home to fashion and lifestyle products, shoppers in Dallas and New Orleans will see a variety of gorgeous pieces – many of which are manufactured in […]

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Review: Beauty and the Beast at Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre

Just two shows remain this weekend for Beauty and the Beast playing at Pittsburgh’s The Benedum Center for the Performing Arts, a Pittsburgh Cultural Trust theater. (Yay for my new city having a huge arts and culture lifestyle!) This ballet is not necessarily the same as the Disney film. Instead, it follows the original French […]

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Little Shop of Horrors – a killer good musical (now showing in Pittsburgh)

Now through February 23, check out a killer performance of Little Shop of Horrors at downtown Pittsburgh’s O’Reilly Theater. The musical comedy follows the story of bloodthirsty plant growing vibrantly in a struggling flower shop. The shop staff quickly discover this is no ordinary plant as it grows tall, dances, sings and thrives on fresh human blood! […]

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The Band’s Visit Celebrates a Quiet, Quirky and Beautiful Side of Humanity

Whn Janet Dacal as Dina sings the lyrics, “Honey in my ear, Spice in my mouth,” during The Band’s Visit, she might as well have been singing for all of us about the delicious and strange new sensations that seeing the smash Broadway musical brought to Dallas theatre-goers. The Broadway cast of the show won […]

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Review: Cirque Du Soleil OVO

OVO – hosted by Cirque Du Soleil – is now on tour and stopped at PPG Paints in downtown Pittsburgh this week. The show just added extra shows for Saturday and continues through Sunday, and you can get tickets here.  Whether or not you’re familiar with other Cirque Du Soleil shows, OVO will leave a […]

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Magician Derek Hughes Brings Bag of Tricks to Pittsburgh’s Liberty Magic

Magician Derek Hughes has arrived in Pittsburgh, PA for five weeks of magic served with a side of laughs. His show, “Bag of Tricks” is showing now in downtown through February 16. You may have seen this witty magician as a finalist on season 10 of NBC’s America’s Got Talent, as well as CW’s Penn […]

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Feeling Blue, Man? No Worries!

Are they performance artists? Are they comedians? Are they musicians? I’m not sure the answer really matters, as a show with the Blue Man Group is always entertaining. This current tour, now at Dallas’ Winspear Opera House, combines technology, music and audience participation in such a way that it feels like the show could be […]

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