“He was but as the cuckoo is in JUNE, Heard, not regarded.”

1 06 2012

The many events and shows that will occupy our summertime days and nights.  Click thru for our Top 10 of June.

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Idus Martii – No Brutes or fellas named Brutus allowed!

1 03 2012

March is packed full of amazing and exciting events in and around the DFW area, as well as abroad.  Click thru for our top 15 events for the month.

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Saved By The Flame – Interview with Firefighter, Motivational Speaker, and Author Teran Moore

16 12 2011

Firefighter, Motivational Speaker and Author Teran Moore took part in a roundtable interview earlier this year.  Teran’s first foray into writing lead to SAVED BY THE FLAME his heartwarming personal story.  Click thru to listen to the interview and find out more about Teran Moore.

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Longing for Beauty: November 10-12, 2011

3 11 2011

To culminate the 30th anniversary, of The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, the 2 and 1/2 day conference will showcase, “thirty years of spiritual and archetypal psychology, publications, and urban programs at the Dallas Institute, 1981-2011.”.

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Rich Man,Poor Man,Beggar Man,Thief.

2 11 2011

Next month Tomas Alfredson‘s new version of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy will be released here in America.  The film is based on the classic spy novel of the same name by John le Carré.  Its also highly influenced by the British TV show that has been just re-released by Acorn Media.

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Anthony Bourdain at Majestic Theater in Dallas.

25 10 2011

CHEF, AUTHOR AND HOST OF THE TRAVEL CHANNEL’S NO RESERVATIONS, TO APPEAR AT MAJESTIC THEATRE ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27th!   Days away!!!

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Dallas Institute’s Dr. Louise Cowan presents William Faulkner’s GO DOWN, MOSES

13 10 2011

Dr. Louise Cowan to present Faulkner’s GO DOWN, MOSES  at the Dallas Insittute.  For more information about the lecture series and Dr. Louise Cowan click thru.

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