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Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: Aug. 6

Elsewhere in the region is a far different musical begins its run, and that difference is especially in terms of size. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera expectedly continues the Winspear’s 2014/2015 Broadway Series, with a 50+ player production that should be every bit as delightfully unsubtle as the material therein.

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Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: August 4

My favorite food happens to be a fungus with a variety of regal nicknames: “black diamonds,” “the crown jewel of French cuisine,” “diamonds of the kitchen,” or as it’s simply known—truffles. The luxury food item is so sought after that it has developed a rather unfortunate shadow industry full of deception, theft, and even violence worthy of a hollywood summer blockbuster.

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Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: July 30

Foreign policy wonks and those who closely follow world events (I hope that’s everybody) will have a couple of very interesting options this evening. Highly respected journalist and author Anna Badkhen’s concentration has been on the human cost of war, but she goes far beyond the killing and destruction itself.

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Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: July 28

You may remember Dogfight as the early 90s romantic drama that starred Lily Taylor and River Phoenix a couple of years before the latter actor’s untimely death. It was adapted into a musical in 2012 and was previewed at WaterTower Theatre in Addison over the weekend.

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Things To Do In Dallas This Weekend: July 25—27

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me is screening at the Texas Theatre tonight, as part of a benefit show for the Unique Home for Girls organization and the Sarah Zumwalt Middle Arts and Music programs. An art auction and live music performance will follow the screening, which begins at 10 pm.

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A Less Than Complete Recap of Last Night’s ‘Best of Big D’ Party That Includes an Appearance by Pat Green

A good time was had by all, I believe, at last night’s Best of Big D party at the Rustic. DJ Sober and Sam Lao were great. The drinks flowed freely. Much food went into many mouths. And so on and so forth. But I will tell you this: before the front moved through, it was a little steamy. The meteorological conditions occasioned my favorite moment of the night:

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Things To Do In Dallas This Weekend: July 18—20

If you aren’t one of the lucky ones to attend the programming portion of the Mayborn, I hear that the hotel bar at the Hilton DFW Executive Conference Center is the most happening place to be this weekend, and not a glorified teacher’s lounge like you might suspect.

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