Reading is great. A library card and an imagination don’t cost you a thing. A book never runs out of batteries, or fills up with emails from work. You can read for pleasure or for your own edification. And you can do it all by yourself. Sometimes, though, it’s good to share your appreciation of books with others. Like when Pulitzer Prize winner Lawrence Wright (The Looming Tower, Going Clear) joins a number of other well-known authors for the Dallas Book Festival at the library downtown.
If you can’t read, then this won’t do you much good, but there are plenty of other things to do in Dallas this weekend as well: The Taco Libre Festival assembles some of the city’s finest taquerias, a new play runs down the DREAM Act, and life gets very scary at Texas Frightmare Weekend.Read More