Dallas Observer Staff
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Monday, November 11 Faiths in Conversation There are approximately 4,200 religions in the world, yet we only ever hear about the rules of a few (you know who you are). The word “religion” also remains broad: from deeply rooted cultural traditions ...
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Monday, November 4 DMA Arts & Letters Live: Lori GottliebLori Gottlieb is a certified therapist (whose expertise is frequently sought on morning talk shows), a New York Times best-selling author and the columnist behind The Atlantic’s “Ask a T...
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Monday, October 28 Ghost Tour DallasDon’t let the sparkling uptown high-rise condo buildings fool you: Dallas can be creepy as hell. (We have a giant eyeball sculpture in the middle of downtown, for Christ’s sake.) And what better night to discove...
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Monday, October 21 Origins: Fossils from the Cradle of Humankind The Perot Museum deserves major props for presenting educational material in ways more entertaining than Sesame Street ever could, but their newest exhibition doesn’t require any add...
29 days ago | Books
Monday, October 14 Sontag: Her Life and WorkThe DMA Arts & Letters Live series will feature a talk with biographer Benjamin Moser about his newest book, Sontag: Her Life and Work, which dissects the words and life of essayist, playwright, film...
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Tuesday, October 8 Four Hours of Fury Author and U.S. Army vet James Fenelon will sign copies of his book Four Hours of Fury: The Untold Story of World War II’s Largest Airborne Invasion and the Final Push into Nazi Germany, a nonfiction account o...