It's the busiest time of the year in local pro sports with the Mavs and Stars making playoff pushes, the Rangers season underway and the NFL draft looming for the Cowboys. Kevin is here to answer your questions about any of these topics and more.
Do you know the names on all those campaign signs suddenly popping up on every intersection around you and in your neighbors’ yards? What these candidates plan to do if they take office? Why these races matter to you and where you live? To how your community develops? To where your child goes to school?
On May 1, North Texans will head to the polls to vote for more than 800 local elected officials from school board trustee to mayor. These elections have some of the most impact on the places we live. But we often know so little about them. Join us for a virtual event series in April to get in the know about the races that matter most and why it's cool to care.
Join us for the last event of our virtual event series on Thursday at Noon. We're hosting a panel on the city's past, present and future with DISD Trustee Karla Garcia, Executive Director of the Coalition for a New Dallas Miguel Solis, and former mayor Mike Rawlings. Moderated by Gromer Jeffers.
This event will include a quiz with a $500 cash prize.
When: Thursday, April 15 at 12 p.m. | Dallas: Past, Present, and Future
This program looks at five outstanding films that not only defined the provocative eras in which they were made but successfully transcended them. Today they continue to cast a giant, awe-inspiring shadow of influence over every artistic aspect of filmmaking. These five films stand out as masterpieces for multiple reasons. We will pull back the curtain to expose the fascinating aspects of each one, revealing why all other films that aspire to be "great" continue to be measured against them: Casablanca, Citizen Kane, Some Like It Hot, The Godfather and 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Join Dallas Morning News science reporter Anna Kuchment and a panel of medical experts to discuss the state of the COVID-19 pandemic in North Texas, including the FDA's recent decision to pause the rollout of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, the potential threat of variants, and how to safely travel and see friends and family this summer.
Enjoyed the call on Hemingway and Fitzgerald with the award-winning literature professor Joseph Luzzi? He recently createdThe Virtual Book Club, an international online community of readers who meet to explore some of the best books ever written, from beloved classics to contemporary bestsellers! The VBC is open to new members, learn more or sign up athttps://josephluzzi.com/virtual-book-club/
Dallas Mavericks vs. LA Lakers
When:Thursday, April 22 at 8:30 p.m.
Enter for a chance to win two tickets see the Dallas Mavericks take on the LA Lakers.
Welcome toThe Dallas Morning NewsVoter Guidefor the May 1, 2021, municipal elections. From deciding who will represent North Texans in Congress to your city’s specific races, we’re here to help you vote smart and vote strong.
OurVoter Guideallows you to find out which races you’re eligible to vote in and compare candidates in contested races. You can hear from the candidates about why they’re running – unfiltered and unedited, see a list of recommendations from our editorial board and print off a ballot to take with you to the polls.
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