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#IfThenSheCan - The Exhibit - Texas Women

“#IfThenSheCan – The Exhibit” on Display at NorthPark Center in Dallas

DFW residents can see this free exhibit at NorthPark Center now until Oct. 24. 

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Carnegie Science Center Hosts MessFest, Aug. 22 (Pittsburgh)

Aspiring scientists and messy explorers of all ages are invited to Carnegie Science Center on Sunday, Aug. 22 for MessFest.

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Date with a Docent, plus free tickets on Thursdays in May, at Carnegie Museum of Art (Pittsburgh)

The Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh offers free admission on Thursdays in May- plus a new Date with a Docent experience!

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Pittsburgh Humanities Festival, April 7-28

The Pittsburgh Humanities Festival kicks off April 7 and will feature an array of free online events supporting meaningful dialogue about today’s society.

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The Conferences for Women Goes Virtual, Features Melinda Gates and More A-List Speakers

The Texas Conference for Women, along with its sister events across the nation, are going virtual this season. Even though we can’t be there in person this year, the programs will still be exciting and valuable to all levels of career women. We’ve enjoyed attending the event in past years in Austin, Texas and look […]

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Texas Organizations to Donate $150,000 to Support Women-Owned Restaurants (apply now!)

The Texas Conference for Women and Texas Restaurant Association are giving away more than $150,000 in grants to women-owned restaurants across Texas. The Texas Conference for Women will donate the grant funds to the Texas Restaurant Association’s Texas Restaurant Relief Fund, in an effort to assist women in an industry that has been devastated by COVID-19. The program […]

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Dear Evan Hansen Brings Light to Mental Health Issues in Beautiful Show

Over a third of all teens and adolescent admit to being bullied online, according to a national mental health foundation. That is part of what made Dear Evan Hansen, now touring at the Music Hall at Fair Park as a part of the Dallas Summer Musicals, such a timely show when it originated in December […]

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The Amon Carter museum hits the road this summer

The Amon Carter museum is on the road this summer while the main location is closed until September 14. Check out the fun happenings this season including  book clubs to happy hours!   Midsummer Mingle @ Magdalena’s Friday, June 21, 7–10 p.m. Magdalena’s, 502 Grand Avenue, Fort Worth Public: $60 Carter Members: $45 The Amon Carter’s […]

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Soles4Souls opens new donation facility in Coppell

Shoes that Texas residents no longer want can help create sustainable jobs many in developing nations need. That’s the message being delivered by Soles4Souls—a Nashville based non-profit social enterprise that has opened a new donation facility in Dallas to serve residents all over the state. As part of a nationwide initiative, Soles4Souls has launched seven new locations across the […]

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Exhibits to see in Dallas-Fort Worth before the new year

Whether you’re a history buff or obessesed with fashion or art, there is an exhibit waiting for you this season! See our roundup below of current exhibits that are sure to be a good time with the family or with friends.   Psychedelic Robot Psychedelic Robot is an immersive, interactive pop-up museum, based on custom […]

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