Making Dallas Even Better
After a night of terror and tragedy downtown, our city unites to mourn and pray.
The Great Create is the Nasher Sculpture Center's annual family fundraising event. The Nasher's garden will be filled with interactive art, and kids can participate in engaging projects under the guidance of local and national artists. The event is geared toward children 12 and under, with teens assisting as "Art Ambassadors."
The former First Daughter talks with KERA's Krys Boyd about her children's book, an inspirational tome about children and teens around the world who have made a difference -- by fighting poverty and environmental issues, or by taking on other causes geared toward helping a global community.
St. Patrick’s Day has come and gone, and green is back to signaling ecofriendly efforts and recycling instead of beer and leprechauns. Celebrate environmental awareness and frolic in the sunshine at this free festival. Munch on organic, vegan, and traditional festival options and visit with the 600 exhibitors to learn about green initiatives. You might even pick up some free swag or hear some live music.
A great music lineup -- make sure you're at Dan's Silverleaf on Friday for Riverboat Gamblers and Mind Spiders -- sweetens the deal for this documentary-heavy film festival, now in its 10th year. And did we mention the photography component? Go here for more info and a full schedule. Did we mention it's completely free?
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