Dallas is currently undergoing one of the busiest concert seasons in some time. Between the KISS FM Jingle Ball, Kanye West, Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake, and next week's Jay-Z show- the good folks over at Ticketmaster are certainly earning their Christmas bonuses this year. In the midst of arena-tou ... More >>
The holiday season is upon us in North Texas, and there is no better time of year to give back. Every December, Dallas promoters and musicians come together to organize all kinds of charity benefit live music events. What could possibly be a more fun way to do a good deed before 2012 is behind us? W ... More >>
Libertine's 13th Annual Toy Drive Monday, December 17, at Libertine Bar/Single Wide, Donations accepted More than a dozen acts are slated to play this annual benefit show, now taking place at Libertine and Single Wide. The O's, Ryan Thomas Becker, Grant Jones & the Pistol Grip Lassos, Cutter, J. Cha ... More >>
Monday, December 17, at Libertine Bar
Andrew ShepherdWant to eat good and do good? Here are some opportunities this week. The Place: The Libertine Bar The Cause: Kids at the Dallas Life Foundation Chad D's Annual Toy Drive is back for its 11th year. The event is free, so come to the Libertine Bar at 7 p.m. today with an unwrapp ... More >>
Thought you were done with your holiday shopping? Well, there's one more present you ought to pick up: something for a less-fortunate child. Yes, going to a toy store or mall sounds unbearable, but trust us: it will be worth it. Not because of that warm, fuzzy feeling you get when you do somethin ... More >>
Sam MertenCheck out our slide show! To a casual observer, Homeless Games Day at Reverchon Park looked like a typical company picnic or a church field day. The adults played volleyball, touch football, horseshoes and engaged in plenty of good-natured trash talk on the basketball court, while the kid ... More >>
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