Fun & Festive

Treat your pup to the new K9 Planet Adventure Box

Looking to treat your pup with some new goodies? Dog subscription boxes are always a great gift idea whether you’re pampering your pup or sending the box to surprise a friend’s dog. I love subscription boxes because your four-legged friend can discover new treats, toys and accessories that you may not usually buy or have […]

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This + That: September Dallas events + Genpink team news

Somehow it’s September already. I’m a big podcast listener. Last week on one of Gretchin Rubin’s Happier episodes, she suggested that we should treat Back to School / Labor Day as a second New Year. A great chance for a fresh start, a time to set new goals, or hey even revisit your New Year’s […]

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Recap: 13th Annual Dallas International Film Festival

The 13th annual Dallas International Film Festival (DIFF) wrapped up last week and brought hundreds of moviegoers, press, local and national filmmakers, cast, crew, judges and more to Dallas for a week of movies. From April 11-18th, the city of Dallas transformed into a movie town and screened +130 films and hosted an array of […]

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Lots of Captain Marvel fun at Alamo Drafthouse this week

On March 7th, Captain Marvel fans can head to Alamo Drafthouse in Richardson to experience the new Marvel Studios film at the Opening Night Fan Event. Guests will enjoy a number of activities including: Captain Marvel cosplayers for photos CAPTAIN MARVEL comic book photo op DJ spinning a 90s girl power set SEGA After Burner Arcade […]

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Tickets on sale now for Dallas International Film Festival (April 11-18), plus a discount code!

Get your popcorn and candy ready — the largest film festival in North Texas is back this April! Passes for the 13th annual Dallas International Film Festival (DIFF) powered by Capital One are now on sale. From April 11 to April 18, see dozens of screenings at the Magnolia Theater, West Village in Uptown Dallas; Studio Movie Grill – Royal […]

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Celebrate your inner princess with DSM production of Anastasia

Every little girl dreams of being a princess in some form or another.  Watching the Dallas Summer Musical’s production of Anastasia at The Music Hall at Fair Park is a blissful escape to that time when each of us danced about in a tiara or dreamt of finding our own Prince Charming. For years, shows […]

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THEATRICAL INNOVATOR HOLDS UP 30 YEARS LATER: Falsettos Run in Dallas Shows That Some Themes are Timeless

When Falsettos first opened off Broadway in 1990, it was ground-breaking, innovative and risk-taking. Now, nearly three decades later, Falsettos, while not timeless, shows that themes of love and family continue to have relevance today. The LGBT themes in Falsettos were controversial when the musical first debuted. Now, the raucous engagement with the crowd in […]

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Mocky Horror Picture Show presents the horrifically funny “House on Haunted Hill” (March 1-2)

What do you get when you mix comedy and a mockery of popular movies? You get the Mocky Horror Picture Show! Mocky Horror is a live, interactive, movie mocking comedy show. Established in 2018, the group stars comedians/writers Liz Barksdale, Danny Gallagher and Bryan Hickey who fling jokes at movies while you’re watching them. The […]

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Dallas VideoFest concludes festival with narrative features and shorts in “AltFiction” (Feb. 7-10)

Dallas VideoFest 31 presents the final series of films in its 31st season with Alternative Fiction Fest, or AltFiction for short. The festival will feature dozens of narrative features, TV-focused episodes and short films throughout four days, Feb. 7-10, 2019, at the Angelika Film Center in Dallas. AltFiction Fest highlights ways of telling stories on large […]

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Movie Thoughts: ESCAPE ROOM | Opens in Theaters January 4th

Movie Thoughts: ESCAPE ROOM | Opens in Theaters January 4th

The popularity and conceit of escape rooms lends itself to cinematic thrills, while the static, intimate environment means fewer sets, smaller casts, and tighter budgets. In other words, Adam Robitel’s Escape Room, opening 1/4, isn’t the first film to use this setting, or even that title, and it’s unlikely to be the last. How, then, […]

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