Arts Blog: New Cruise Ship to Provide the Ultimate Experience at Sea

October 28, 2010 · Comments Off 

Who’s up for crusin’ the Caribbean over winter break? On Dec. 1, Royal Caribbean will launch their newest cruise ship-Allure of the Seas. And this big boat is promising passengers the unthinkable. The ship will be able to hold 5,400 passengers in its 28 ultra-modern loft suites and 2,700 staterooms across its 16 decks.

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Arts Blog: Cris Worley Opens Contemporary Art Gallery

October 26, 2010 · 1 Comment 

Posted By Katherine Bruce

Looking to get in touch with your intellectual self? Look no further. Cris Worley Fine Arts, a new art gallery, boasts fine art by contemporary Texas artists. Worley served as director of Pan American Art Projects for almost seven years.

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Arts Blog: I Spit on Your Grave (1978)- One Dose of Old-School Revenge, Please

October 21, 2010 · Comments Off 

Posted by Danielle Barrios

It’s that time of year again. Halloween? Well, yes. But more importantly, it’s horror movie remake season.

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Fashion Blog: Wondering to do with your old fur coats?

October 21, 2010 · Comments Off 

Posted by Petya Kertikova

At least once a while, everyone asks himself or herself if it is worth it to keep old and out of fashion clothes, including expensive fur coats that we used to love.

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Arts Blog: One Size Does Not Fit All

October 21, 2010 · Comments Off 

Posted by Kassi Schmitt

On the long list of things that no one wants to deal with in life:  the dreaded middle seat on the airplane. Somebody has to take it. But should that somebody be you if you’re over six feet tall?

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AUDIO: Meadows Concert Choir to Perform at Meyerson on Monday

October 14, 2010 · Comments Off 

SMU Meadows Concert Choir continues to prepare for their performance at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center on Oct. 18. They are scheduled to perform Dona nobis pachem, which means ‘grant us peace.’

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Arts Blog: Pop-up Restaurants May Host The New Top Restaurants

October 7, 2010 · Comments Off 

Posted by Natalie Blankenship A new term in London, “pop-up restaurants” or supper clubs have captured the attention of many. A pop-up restaurant is a temporary place where foodies and creative restaurant goers open up shop for a while. Because they lack the money to sign a lease, these restaurants are only temporary, but have [...]

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Arts Blog: A Totally Tweet-able Apple Recipe

October 6, 2010 · Comments Off 

Posted by Rachel B. Duke

Here’s a little bit of trivia: October is National Apple Month. Seriously, I can’t make this up. You live and you learn, or another common expression, perhaps more fitting for the present topic, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.”

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Fashion Blog: Dallas Symphony Debutantes Have Tea at the Warren Barron Boutique

October 6, 2010 · Comments Off 

Posted by Katherine Bruce

Where else would you find the perfect deb dress besides the Warren Barron Boutique? You wouldn’t. Dallas debutantes sipped their Earl Gray tea as they ogled over gowns by designers.

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Arts Blog: Tei-An for Soba, Sashimi, Sushi and Sake

September 28, 2010 · Comments Off 

Posted by Lisa Collins Soba noodles are a traditional meal in Japan and are not only delicious, but contain antioxidants and have less calories than regular noodles. The noodles are made out of buckwheat flour and are served either cold with various dipping sauces, or hot in a soup. Tei-An, a new restaurant in One [...]

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