Crave was there at the start with Dalat when Khanh Nguyen was serving hot Pho bowls and Dragon Shots til 2am. We were there when we saw the first Zalat Pizza street sign go up next door on Fitzhugh with … Continue reading →
One of Dallas’ most revered holiday traditions, Holiday Tea at The Adolphus, is returning to The French Room on Wednesday, November 1 – Sunday, January 7. For the first time ever, The French Room will offer Holiday Tea seven days a week. Reservations are available … Continue reading →
After a national search, the Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas has named Natalia Di Pietrantonio, Ph.D., as the Museum’s new curator. Di Pietrantonio joins the Crow Museum from the Seattle Art Museum, where she served as … Continue reading →
For one night only, Southfork Ranch becomes the estate of Sir Warren Peace. While dining there, guests will be thrown into a night of mystery, intrigue and murder they will never forget. Anyone could be the murderer, and of course, … Continue reading →
Drinkers & diners will find delight in the new watering hole located at the bottom floor of Dallas’ Downtown Westin. Newcomer, Patrick Kennedy’s Irish Pub, has officially opened its doors at 1201 Main Street #100. While the bar may be … Continue reading →
There are many NGOs or volunteers in New York, the USA to provide educational resources to children, shelter, housing, women's empowerment, and providing food. There are many non-profit organizations or Volunteers that provide assistance to the homeless, elderly people, and any needy community. If you are looking for an organization to help with a specific issue such as housing, food, environment, cleaning, etc, it is best to do some research first. Whatever the cause, these groups are essential to improving the quality of life for residents of New York community.