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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Jurassic Quest at Fair Park

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Museum Tower residents are always looking for fun and interesting weekend activities and Jurassic Quest on January 25 and 26 will not disappoint!  What would dinosaurs think of high rise living in Dallas?

Jurassic Quest is a dinosaur adventure for the whole family. Explore the world of dinosaurs in an exciting, educational and fun way.

Dallas Love Project Art Sale

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January 24-25, Museum Tower residents will have the opportunity to own one of the 10,000 pieces of art created for the Dallas LOVE Project.  Any one of the pieces would be perfect for the walls of your high rise residence.

29 Pieces, producer of the Dallas LOVE Project, will host an art sale providing local residents an opportunity to own some of the pieces of art displayed around the city, all created by local artists and students.

Below are donation prices for the Dallas LOVE Project artwork:

Monday, January 20, 2014

Capital One Bank Bravo Series Features Tony Bennett

Photo credit: AT&T Performing Arts Center
Don't miss the one night only Capital One Bank Bravo Series featuring Tony Bennett with special guest Antonia Bennett presented in Association with Dallas Pops. Just steps from Museum Tower, the AT&T Performing Arts Center will come alive with music on Saturday, January 21 at 8:00PM. And, there's only a handful of tickets left!

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Brahms 4 with the DSO January 23-26

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January 23-26, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra lets Museum Tower residents bring a friend for free! 

The great strength of Brahms' Fourth and final Symphony places it among his most profound achievements. Jaap van Zweden and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra present Brahms Symphony No. 4, plus Mahler's songs of innocence, "The Youth's Magic Horn" as illuminated by the voice of Matthias Goerne.

Next weekend, any guest who purchases one ticket can bring a friend for FREE to Brahms 4 and join Matthias Goerne, one of the world's most acclaimed singers, express childlike innocence in a wondrous setting of German folk songs.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Dallas Symphony Orchestra website

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Do Good and Get Fit With The Big D Climb

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From one Dallas high-rise to another. Though Museum Tower residents have the perfect fitness facility on the Terrace level, the Big D Climb offers the chance to help others while getting fit. 

On Saturday, January 25, participants will race up 52 flights of stairs (1,040 steps) at Fountain Place in Downtown

Dallas Theater Center Gets Props As One To Watch Outside of New York

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Surrounded by the nation's largest Arts District, Museum Tower residents never have to go far to enjoy spectacular visual and performance art. CultureMap Dallas dishes below on the renowned Dallas art scene. 

The Dallas arts community gets another nod, this time for its theater prowess. 

Time.com recently posted a list of "10 Reasons for Theater Lovers to Leave New York in 2014." Included is The Fortress of Solitude, a musical that begins performances at Dallas Theater Center in March.

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

New World Symphony with the DSO

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This weekend, January 16-18, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra dazzles the Dallas Arts District, home to Museum Tower, once again with music that captures the energy, exuberance and promise of a great nation.

Jaap van Zweden conducts Dvořák's love letter to America, the New World Symphony. 

Friday, January 10, 2014

Is This The Decade of Downtown Dallas?

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Sitting on the edge of both the Dallas Arts District and downtown Dallas, Museum Tower really experiences the best of both worlds. Check out the Downtown Dallas, Inc. article below about the ever evolving downtown Dallas.

When Ralph Hawkins was searching real estate options for Dallas-based HKS Inc., he wanted to make a difference in downtown Dallas, which would involve moving his

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Dallas Arts District's Latest Addition - Hall Arts Building

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Museum Tower welcomes a new Arts District neighbor, the Hall Arts building.

The 18-story multi-use building from Hall Financial Group is moving into 2323 Ross Ave. Construction began on September 23.

Craig Hall said the project will span five acres and two city blocks. Future tenants include 

AT&T Performing Arts Center Brings Back the '80s with Rick Springfield

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Walk from Museum Tower to the AT&T Performing Arts Center this January to see your favorite '80s heartthrob.

The Mendelson Entertainment Group presents Rick Springfield Stripped Down: An Intimate solo performance of music & storytelling on January 15 and 16 at 8:00PM.

DailyCandy Dishes on Health and Wellness in 2014

Museum Tower Zen Garden
With a state-of-the-art Fitness Center, Zen garden, Pilates and Yoga studio and 80-foot pool, Museum Tower offers residents a premier location for health and wellness. DailyCandy has thoughtfully created a 2014 wellness guide with the help from local pros.  Combined with what Museum Tower has to offer, DailyCandy's guide is sure to help kick start a new you for the new year!

Resolution No. 1: Start Each Day with a Sweat Session
The first few weeks of January, gyms are packed like nightclubs on New Year’s Eve. Avoid waiting for a machine and try the new Dallas-based Calamity Gym app. It’s a digital library of workout videos you can do pretty much anywhere. Professional trainers show you how to get sweaty in your own space in a matter of minutes. Try it free five times before committing to an $8 monthly subscription. Feel-good bonus: 25 percent of profits goes to a different charity each month.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Dallas Ranks No. 3 in America for Female Business Founders

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We already know that Dallas is a pretty great place for entrepreneurs. But a new Forbes study says our fair city is especially inviting for female business founders. Forbes ranks Dallas as the No. 3 city in America for women who want to start their own companies.

The "Best Cities for Female Founders" list features 15 U.S. locales in states spanning New York to California. Dallas' high ranking was bolstered by $31.6 million

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Music: A Gala Night with David Garrett

Photo credit: AT&T Performing Arts Center
The Capital One Bank Bravo Series brings David Garrett to Dallas at 8:00PM on Tuesday, January 14 to the Winspear Opera House at the AT&T Performing Arts Center. With the series continuing through January, Museum Tower residents will be treated to inspiring and expertly delivered instrumental and vocal masterpieces. 

Monday, January 6, 2014

How To Get The Best Out of Napa Wine Country

Photo credit: Jessica Dupuy, CultureMap Dallas
If you want to escape the chills of Dallas' January, think about a getaway to California's Napa Valley.  We've had so many Museum Tower residents express an interest in wines, we thought we would share some helpful information.
When it comes to wine regions in America, Napa is king. You can have that idyllic experience — driving winding roads along the sea of vineyards, stopping in for tastings and ending your day at a spa — but you better have your ducks in a row before you go.

Chinese New Year Festival at The Crow

Photo credit: The Crow Collection of Asian Art
Just two blocks from Museum Tower, say goodbye to the Year of the Snake and celebrate the Year of the Horse at the Crow Collection’s signature Chinese New Year festival from 10:00am - 6:00pm, on Saturday, February 1. 

With a crowd expected to surpass last year’s record-breaking 10,000 guests,