Year: 2019

Review: Yellow Rose

Starring Tony Award nominee Eva Noblezada, country singer Dale Watson, and Tony Award winner Lea Salonga. Presented in partnership with Houston Cinema Arts Society Award-winning Filipino indie film “Yellow Rose” spotlights Eva Noblezada as Rose Garcia, as the star of a musical drama of an undocumented Filipina girl from the skirts of Austin,Texas who fights […]

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Charlie’s Angels brings Girl Power back to the Big Screen!

Girl power is back in a big way with the 2000 reboot of the popular movie series Charlie’s Angels! Directed and written by actress Elizabeth Banks, this new version with a beautiful female cast is packed with great action scenes and an incredible message about female empowerment. Director Banks can certainly take credit for creating […]

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The North American Tour Company of CATS. Photo by Matthew Murphy 2019

CATS at Dallas Summer Musicals: The Memory Lives Again

You still have time to catch CATS at Dallas Summer Musicals, running through November 17 at the Music Hall at Fair Park! If you’ve never seen this Andrew Lloyd Webber classic theatrical hit, now is a great chance to do it. The new tour of the musical, based on T.S. Eliot’s Old Possum’s Book of […]

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Review: Mean Girls the Musical

Your favorite mean girls are back in a hilarious musical from Tina Fey!   The musical, as many of us millennial gals know, is based on the 2004 movie (also written by Tina Fey) and was inspired by the book Queen Bees and Wannabes by Rosalind Wiseman. The musical is just as great as the movie, so […]

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Fall Book Roundup

(Cover photo: Britannica.com) Ah, the fall season is upon us. So go ahead…. wear your favorite sweater, grab a pumpkin spice latte and curl up on the couch as you check out these must-read fall books! The Restaurant Diet Series This series instantly caught my attention. (I love dining out!) There are two books in […]

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Toddler Exploration Books Roundup

It’s no secret that toddlers love touching things – at such a young age, a lot of exploration happens kinesthetically, which can mean a sad end to many a paperback book. We’ve rounded up our favorite toddler exploration books – they’re sturdy, interactive, and will teach your toddler something important about the world around them. From lift-the-flap […]

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Home Office Organization Tips and Hacks

There’s something about home office spaces that just invites total chaos and disorganization – maybe it’s because they’re rooms that guests don’t usually see, or maybe it’s because it’s easier to just create a pile of bills and junk mail than it is to actually sift through them…either way, having a functional space is important […]

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{DFW} Downton Business at Alamo Draft House

For six seasons, you made Sunday night girls’ night… or date night… or just your night.  Every episode of the famed series Downton Abbey felt like an escape to another place and time, and whether you wanted to be Lady Mary as she flirted her way across the aristocracy or followed the trials and tribulations […]

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Toddler Truck Books Roundup

Most toddlers go through a train/car/truck stage (or all three….at the same time), and reading books about their obsession is a great way to introduce concepts like color, shape, texture, and rhyme that they otherwise wouldn’t be interested in. We’ve rounded up our favorite toddler truck books (which have been approved by truck-crazed toddlers) – […]

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Acclaimed magician Dennis Watkins brings “The Magic Parlour” to Pittsburgh

Third-generation magician and entertainer Dennis Watkins is giving Yinzers a special treat. Now through Sept. 29, Watkins’ show, “The Magic Parlour,” is taking place at Liberty Magic, a newly-opened venue showcasing close-up magic in Pittsburgh’s Cultural District.   You may have seen Watkins on national TV, including the CW show, Penn & Teller: Fool Us. Hailing […]

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