From Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture
“Nationally known experts on sustainability—especially of the systems that support cities—will join city officials and local civic leaders for an eye-opening look at “What Makes a Resilient City?” during a day-long conference presented by the Sustainability Forum of the Dallas Institute’s Center for the City. The conference will take place 9 am-4pm, Friday, April 19, in the Dallas City Council Chambers at 1500 Marilla Street. Admission is $30 for members of The Dallas Institute and its co-sponsors, $45 for nonmembers, and $10 for member teachers. To register, visit www.dallasinstitute.org, or call (214) 871-2440.”
We’ve already met with
Uncle Fester, but starting tomorrow you can meet the whole mysterious Addams Family! Click thru for our favorite October shows, series and even a fancy dinner too.
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FrontRow presents which is the final film in their series Paris, Texas “Dallas, Outlaws, and the American Dream” held at The Kessler Theater. Child star from the film, Hunter Carson, chatted with PSD and we discussed this iconic film as well as Hunter’s strong connection to Harry Dean Stanton. The video interview and more information about tonight’s show after the jump.
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Monday, February 28th
the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture held its annual open house. This year had a particular wonderful feeling as it marked the 30th year of the Dallas staple.
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