Making Dallas Even Better
After a night of terror and tragedy downtown, our city unites to mourn and pray.
SOTX's largest event of the year will feature over 3,000 athletes from around the state of Texas. The games will include track & field, basketball, cycling, gymnastics, soccer, and tennis, as well as an opening ceremony and other special events. Come out to UTA to cheer on the athletes at this free event.
The three-day competition will require more than 3,750 volunteers; to sign up for a shift, visit www.sotx.org/summergames or contact Judy Yoshimaru at [email protected]
U2 has never spent much time looking back, an admirable feat for a band with such a long history and outsized legacy. So this tour marking the 30th anniversary of the group’s 1987 magnum opus The Joshua Tree feels like a curve ball. It’s not just a well-deserved nostalgia trip, though: That seminal album remains as fresh now as it was three decades ago, and Bono and company surely know that sometimes the only way to move forward is by reckoning with the past.
Dead White Zombies, Dallas' most experimental theater group, is back with...something. As always with DWZ, expect the unexpected and approach with an open mind. For this show, the company urges audience to wear comfortable shoes: you will manuever through different venues, urged on by whispers and codes on a free-ranging "initiation."
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