Year: 2020

See the New Make a Wish®Art Installation at Galleria Dallas

Galleria Dallas continues to expand its community outreach through its newest partnership with Make-A-Wish® North Texas. The shopping center’s newest installation, Art of a Wish, features more than 15 works of art by children who are battling critical childhood illnesses.     The art on display will also be available for purchase through an online auction. […]

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Each State’s Favorite Pixar Movie

What’s your favorite Disney Pixar movie? For me, it’s “Toy Story” with “Finding Nemo” coming in really close as second! I’ve loved these movies and many of the characters since their debut – and they’ll never grow old for me. CableTV.com made this fun infographic of every state’s favorite Pixar movie from the last 12 […]

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Anna DeGuzman Queen of Cardistry

5 Virtual Events to Check Out in August

While many events are getting postponed due to safety around COVID-19, there are a handful of at-home programs to look forward to this month. Many are free or less than $25! See events below on fitness, arts, bartending, business and policy reform. Have an event to add to our roundup? Email us at PR@genpink.com. Cheers! […]

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Arts Galore at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh

Since moving to Pittsburgh last summer from Dallas, I’ve made quite a few trips to the four Carnegie museums. I love good museum, and this city has no shortage of this – among all things art, culture and entertainment. Nestled in the town of Oakland (home to the University of Pittsburgh) is the Carnegie Museum […]

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5 Movies We’re Streaming Now

With thousands of movies available on popular streaming channels, we’ve rounded up a few new flicks that we wanted to share with you. Drop us a comment below to share what movies you’re streaming, too! 7500 You don’t have to ask my twice to watch a movie with Joseph Gordon-Levitt (JGL) in it! 7500, now […]

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Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers Arts Festival Goes Virtual – June 5-14

Now in its 61st year in 2020, the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival, a production of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, announces the festival will be presented for the first time in its history as an all-digital festival. The event will take place on the Cultural Trust website via TrustArts.org/TRAF from June 5-14, 2020. The multidisciplinary festival […]

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Dallas International Film Festival (DIFF) Summer Drive-in Series Postponed

Update as of 6/2: This series has been postponed. More updates to come! In creating new ways to share the magic of movies, the Dallas International Film Festival (DIFF) kicks off a new virtual cinema program this week. Called the DIFF Summer Drive-in Series (presented by Samsung), the event will screen films outdoors, drive-in style […]

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Summer Book Roundup

Find your next book in our latest roundup! From motivational books to mystery, cooking and more, enjoy the titles below!   Dallas-based performance coach Jake Thompson shares the seven key choices that leaders make in order to enhance their focus, increase their levels of success, and win their work and life. Coming soon is his […]

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5 Museums to Visit From Home

As we’re spending a lot of time at home during the coronavirus, the magic of art, history and culture come to our fingertips via at-home experiences curated by museums across the nation. Check out our favorite virtual museum experiences below and have fun with it! Drop us a line in the comments below about your […]

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Watch These Movie Festivals 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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