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Katherine Heiny's first novel for adults is a warmhearted and funny — if overly long — portrait of a man who begins to doubt his chaotic, talkative second wife after 12 years of marriage.

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Growing from Within: Bruce Wood’s Legacy Alive in Journeys

Three years after the death of choreographer Bruce Wood, his Dallas dance company is thriving. That’s not something anyone could’ve assumed at the time, even the people now building on his considerable body of work so well.... | Read More

Dallas Children’s Theater Mufaro Returns Home after National Tour

At first, the schoolchildren who are filing into Dallas City Performance Hall with wide eyes and the occasional giggly outburst might seem excited simply to be out of the classroom and on a field trip. ... | Read More

What is left of me: Ambreen Butt at Dallas Contemporary

Ambreen Butt’s decorative installations are beautiful on the surface however, upon closer inspection, the works reveal themes of violence and political oppression. Her exhibition, What is left of me, is on view thru Aug. 20 at Dallas Contemporary.... | Read More

VAGF at the ARTS Gallery of Collin College – call for entries

VAGF Juried show in the ARTS Gallery of Collin College

(at Spring Creek campus) – Call for Artworks

VAGF is excited to provide members with an opportunity to exhibit their works in a juried art show. The show will be on the display at Spring Creek campus from July 27 through August 17. If interested, send artwork images (include title, medium, dimensions, and price) to... | Read More

Ayyam Gallery opens solo exhibition of Brussels-based painter Abdalla Al Omari

Ayyam Gallery Dubai (12, Alserkal Avenue) is presenting The Vulnerability Series, the solo exhibition of Brussels-based painter Abdalla Al Omari. The Vulnerability Series features a selection of recent portraits that reimagine controversial world leaders as disenfranchised or displaced civilians. These fictionalized portraits are rendered with an affecting form of realism that although usually... | Read More

Maps used by Gen. Omar Bradley may bring $150,000 at Heritage Auctions

Three battle maps owned and used by Gen. Omar Bradley from the June 6, 1944 Allied invasion of occupied France at Normandy are expected to be among the most coveted lots at Heritage Auctions' Arms & Armor Auction June 11 in Dallas. The largest seaborne invasion in history, the assault included 156,000 American, British and Canadian forces landing on five beaches along 50 heavily fortified miles... | Read More

Rare Hindenburg, pioneers of ballooning memorabilia offered by Heritage Auctions

Heritage Auctions will offer an important and substantial collection of aerostat-related memorabilia during its June 10-11 Fine and Decorative Arts Auction. The comprehensive group comprises material from ballooning’s infancy in 18th-century Europe to the 20th century. In additional to many of the item’s inherent scarcity, most of the collection is being offered for the first time in... | Read More
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