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Don't drive... DART to AURORA tonight!

Don't drive... DART to AURORA tonight!

Something very special is happening tonight in downtown Dallas, an art exhibit with a difference. AURORA is a public all-night contemporary art exhibition of interactive light, video, sound, & performance across 68-acres of downtown Dallas.
Plano Symphony Orchestra presents –“Here’s Doc”

Plano Symphony Orchestra presents –“Here’s Doc”

The 2015-2016 season of the Plano Symphony Orchestra opened on Saturday September 29th with an unforgettable performance of Tchaikovsky featuring violinist Chee-Yun Kim, and this October continues with “Here’s Doc.
Rodney Crowell, closing act of Courtyard Texas Music Series 2015

Rodney Crowell, closing act of Courtyard Texas Music Series 2015

Now celebrating its 4th successful year, the Texas Courtyard Music Series 2015 will come to a close on Thursday, November 5 with a performance by Rodney Crowell.
BTH Bank hosts art exhibit by Plano artist Michael Holter

BTH Bank hosts art exhibit by Plano artist Michael Holter

Just one month after celebrating the opening of their new Plano location, BTH Bank is already giving back to the Plano community choosing to highlight the arts with an exhibit by Michael Holter.
Downtown Plano named a "Great Neighborhood" by American Planning Assoc.

Downtown Plano named a "Great Neighborhood" by American Planning Assoc.

The American Planning Association (APA) today named Historic Downtown Plano one of four Great Neighborhoods on the organization’s annual Great Places in America list.
ArtCentre of Plano’s annual party, For the Love of Art

ArtCentre of Plano’s annual party, For the Love of Art

If you love original art, you need to attend the ArtCentre of Plano’s annual party, For the Love of Art.
Plano Children's Theatre presents CATS

Plano Children's Theatre presents CATS

Founded in 1991, the Plano Children’s Theatre has offered children ages 5 to 18 a place where they could be the star, while also gaining an appreciation and love for live theatre.
Jardin du Luxembourg

Jardin du Luxembourg

Jet lag during a recent art trip left me wide awake in the wee hours of the morning on my second day in Paris, so I grabbed my iPad to research some of the neighborhood sights that might open early that day.
Prodigy with her Violoncello

Prodigy with her Violoncello

Last month, I suggested that perhaps I should try channeling American painter Frederic Edwin Church.
Texas in July

Texas in July

THIS BIZARRE PAINTING makes me chuckle. It is so unlike any of my previous work that I wonder how the image migrated from brain through arm, hand, and brush onto the painting surface.