A celebration of life in the heart of Dallas

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Dallas Gets Street Style Thai

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It's impossible to deny, Dallas has an abundance of restaurants including the ever popular Tex-Mex, classic steakhouses and hip bar and grills. While surrounded by some of the best restaurants Dallas has to offer, Museum Tower residents are always excited to try new cuisines.

Providing that chance is Dallas Chef Paul Singhapong with his new restaurant, Crush Craft, opening in December in the Quadrangle in the old Baker Bros American Deli location.  It's just minutes away from Museum Tower.

Chefs for Farmers November 3rd

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Hope you were lucky enough to snag tickets for Chefs for Farmers on Sunday, November 3 at Lee Park. This is a must go event for all Museum Tower residents looking for the perfect Sunday plans.

Enjoy bites from more than 40 of the most talented chefs in the sate of Texas while you sip on top-notch wine and cocktails.

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Klyde Warren Park First Anniversary

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The Arts District around Museum Tower will be full of activities this weekend in celebration of  Klyde Warren Park's First Anniversary.

Saturday, October 26
10:00AM - 4:00PM: Scavenger Hunt and Photo Contest - Spot Studio
12:00-1:00PM: Capoeira Demonstration - RCJ Machado Jiu-Jitsu
1:00-1:30PM: Skyline 360 Tour - Dallas Center for Architecture
1:00-2:00PM: Dallas Children's Theater
1:00-2:00PM: Secret Life of Pigeons - Trinity River Audubon Center

Friday, October 18, 2013

Aurora 2013: 10 Must-See Moments

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Tonight, Aurora 2013 will take over the nearly 70-acre Dallas Arts District.

CultureMap Dallas and Aurora Co-founder Joshua King have come up with a list of 10 must-see moments.

1. Abstract Expressionism vs. Ain't It Radial Campaign by Simple Civilian (A.I.R. CAMP)Inside a 40-foot inflatable dome in Klyde Warren Park, visitors can listen to a sound installation and join in the creative process by painting on the walls of the womb-like bubble.

Late Night Enlightenment at the Crow

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Join the party at the Crow Collection of Asian Art as the entire Dallas Arts District lights up with Aurora 2013!

Learn about different traditions that light up the night all across Asia, and create your own lantern and candleholders to take home with you. Have your photo taken with the museum's new Buddha, which means "enlightened one," a show-stopping 18-foot-tall red sculpture newly installed on

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Music Road Third Thursdays Wraps Up

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As Fall begins and the temperature finally drops, residents of Museum Tower can enjoy Klyde Warren Park even more.

Music Road Third Thursdays wraps up on Thursday, October 17 at Klyde Warren Park.

Jimmy LaFave headlines the final event in the series, which began on June 28.

LaFave, called a "red-dirt romantic" by the Oklahoma City Gazette, brings soulful folk-rock to Dallas that is sure to capture the heart and mind of any who listen.

Aurora Project 2013

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Mark your calendar and prepare to be amazed once again by the Dallas Arts District. Home to Museum Tower, this district is going to light up the night with the Aurora Project on October 18.

The Aurora Project is a free contemporary art exhibition centered in the rapidly developing Dallas Arts District. The project presents interactive new media artworks such as light, video, performance, and sound in exciting and unexpected public spaces.

Friday, October 11, 2013

Crow Collection of Asian Art Studio Saturdays

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Walk less than a block from Museum Tower and try your hand at Asian art.

On Saturday, October 12, the Crow Collection of Asian Art introduces Studio Saturdays, a hands-on art class for all ages on the second Saturday of each month. 

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

The Trains at NorthPark 2013

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Celebrating its 15th year, The Trains at NorthPark presents the most elaborate toy trains exhibit in Texas. The exhibit runs Saturday, November 23 until Sunday, January 5, 2014.

With 1,600 feet of track, The Trains offers a journey across America, including cityscapes of downtown Dallas, the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, the State Fair of Texas, and the Cotton Bowl.

Friday, October 4, 2013

Beat Leukemia Concert For A Cure

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Take advantage of Museum Tower's wonderful next door neighbor, Klyde Warren Park this October.

Leukemia Texas hosts its inaugural Beat Leukemia Concert For A Cure at Klyde Warren Park on Saturday, October 19 at from 6:00-10:00PM with the band starting at 7:00PM. 
In addition to awarding millions of dollars to leukemia patients and scientific researchers, Leukemia Texas is also known for its spectacular fundraising events that include "The Beat Leukemia Ball" and "The Leukemia Texas Golf Classic".

Reunion Tower GeO-Deck Opens October 5

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Few buildings have privilege of being a part of the beautiful Dallas skyline. Since 1978, Reunion Tower has remained a part of the iconic skyline as it changes and grows with new additions like the beautiful Museum Tower.

On October 5th, the historic Reunion Tower, famous for its rotating restaurant, Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck, is making the view even more breathtaking with the opening of the GeO-Deck.