On May 9 Compass Dallas Founding Partner Christy Berry, along with Harwood International Founder and CEO Gabriel Barbier-Mueller, hosted a private preview event to showcase Bleu Ciel, Dallas’ newest and most luxurious high-rise residential tower in the Harwood District. Guests toured five Bleu Ciel designer units while sipping cocktails and snacking on passed hors d’oeuvres provided by Chef Bobby Pollette while enjoying music by DJ Jennifer Miller.
“The First Month of Summer,” a freshly-painted mural by artist Mione Plant situated in the heart of West Village, inspires joy in all of us with memories of childhood and vibrant summers.
Chosen by the team at West Village, Mione Plant’s mural depicts 30 primary-colored beach balls bounding in a field of cool blue.
On June 7 the Vivaldi Patron Circle concluded the season with a soiree featuring a cocktail reception, dinner and private concert. The evening celebrated a successful season for the organization, as it continues to grow year after year. The mission of the Vivaldi Patron Circle is to build the next audience for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra by engaging and developing the passion for music in Dallas’ future leaders in their 20s and 30s.
The investigation into a 25-year-old man who posed as a Hillcrest High School student athlete continues, even as Dallas ISD schools close their doors for the summer.
Besides an ongoing examination by the district, the University Interscholastic League and the Dallas Police Department are also looking at the case of Sidney Bouvier Gilstrap-Portley, who posed as a 17-year-old and enrolled at Hillcrest for parts of the 2017-18 school year.
The owners of The Blue Mesa Grill on Northwest Highway permanently closed the doors to its Northwest Highway location this past Monday.
There’s something about dinosaurs that ignite my inner child.
The minute the doors to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science’s newest exhibit, Ultimate Dinosaurs, slid open my neurons began to fire and I wanted to read, touch, and explore everything on display. Lucky for me – and the actual children – there was a lot I could touch and explore.