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TIMELESS DOESN’T MEAN TIRED: Jersey Boys Thrills Crowds at Winspear Opening

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Just because its music your parents listened to, don’t dismiss the one-week-only run of Jersey Boys at the AT&T Performing Arts Center.  The nationally touring company creates a high-energy experience for the whole audience, literally from the opening notes of the show through the curtain call. Jersey Boys, the Tony-award winning show created by Bob Gaudio, details the history and formation of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, using the… Read more

The Color Purple Hits a High Note in Dallas

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Author: Danyel Buie Dallas Summer Musicals, Inc. and Broadway Across America are excited to bring the Tony Award®-winning Broadway revival of THE COLOR PURPLE for its Dallas premiere at the Music Hall at Fair Park January 23-February 4, 2018. The musical is a joyous American classic about a young woman’s journey to love and triumph in the American South. It is a touching and reflective homage to the 1985 film… Read more

Free Family Fun: 34th Annual KidFilm Family Festival

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By: Stephanie Valadez As a mom of two little ones, I am always on the hunt for free events and activities to keep them busy. With the wild winter weather we’ve experienced in the past few weeks, let’s just say they have been looking for energy outlets. With the warming temperatures expected for this weekend, the KidFilm Family Festival ranks very high on my list and I’m looking forward to… Read more

Which fitness trends to leave behind in 2018 and which ones to embrace

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Fitness may be something that stays consistent, but the trends surrounding it tend to change with the times. Gone are the popular days of the hula hoop, vibration belts, and Jane Fonda home workouts. There are new fitness trends that emerge in their places and ones that we should embrace in order to get the most out of striving to reach and maintain our fitness goals. Knowing which ones to… Read more

Review: The King and I at the Winspear Opera House

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Rodgers & Hammerstein’s ‘The King and I” is a tale of East meets West. Set in 1860s Bangkok, the musical tells the relationship of the King of Siam and Anna, a British School teacher learning each other’s cultural customs which brings conflict and eventually understanding.   Though the storyline is well-known and predictable, the strong cost rapport and gorgeous set display makes this a must-see musical. Laura Michelle Kelly also… Read more

5 Wedding Gift Etiquette Tips

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This is a contributed article by Sharon Schweitzer. Wedding guests play a pivotal role in orchestrating a fun and flowing wedding. From warm smiles to setting the tone of the environment, wedding guests need to know what is expected of them for the event.   Consider the following five wedding culture insights to make your wedding gift-giving top-notch, yet reasonable: A gift is always necessary. It doesn’t matter what your relationship… Read more

Spring break destinations for 20-somethings

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With the holidays long gone and the next three-day weekend no where in sight, you might be feeling a little run down. You know the feeling…you start sleeping in an extra five minutes in the morning, which eventually turns in to an extra 20. You cajole yourself in to powering through an extra hour of work in the evening with the promise of a big glass of wine at the… Read more

21 Tech Tools to Revive Your Resolutions

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This is a guest post from Andrea Woroch, a nationally-recognized shopping expert for Kinoli Inc. It’s only been a few weeks since the ball dropped in Times Square, and yet many of us already abandoned our New Year’s resolutions. Studies show less than 10 percent of resolution-makers actually meet their goals, meaning the majority will continue to overspend, eat poorly and fail to exercise. Break out of this resolution rut by… Read more

Five things parents DON’T want you to buy for their kids

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This is a guest post in our latest series, 5 Reasons You Should Guest Blog. Though some of us do not have kids, we have friends or siblings who do. Sometimes deciding what to buy for baby showers or kid’s birthday can be difficult so we had our friend Lauren Cormier write this guest post. Maybe you have kids. Maybe you don’t. Maybe you plan to have kids some day.… Read more

Five Ways to Stay Frugal Without Sacrifice

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This is a guest post by Abby Stewart from our latest series, “5 Reasons You Should Guest Blog.” If you would like to submit guest post please see the details here, and the deadline to email us is 3/1/2014. This year, I decided to focus my energy on simplification and figuring out my next steps monetarily. Obviously, this meant I had to determine some creative alternatives to my typical hobbies. If… Read more

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