Collin College Faculty Art Exhibition Open Public


Enjoy works of art in sculpture, photography, metalworking and many other visual arts forms at THE ARTS Faculty Exhibition, Monday, Aug. 31 – Wednesday, Oct. 7 at THE ARTS Gallery at Collin College’s Spring Creek Campus. A reception is planned from 4-7 p.m., Thu12rsday, Sept. 24 in the gallery. The annual show gives students and […]


NDG night MOTOWN THE MUSICAL was certainly a family affair! (NDG/Frank Lott)

The North Dallas Gazette staff and friends enjoyed a night of fun and music when we hosted NDG Night at the Theater for MOTOWN THE MUSICAL. The audience enjoyed not only the music but discovering the history of the legendary record label. This is the final weekend for Dallas theater lovers to enjoy MOTOWN THE […]

MOTOWN THE MUSICAL does not disappoint Dallas fans

Krisha Marcano (Florence Ballard), Allison Semmes (Diana Ross) & Trisha Jeffrey (Mary Wilson)
MOTOWN THE MUSICAL First National Tour (c) Joan Marcus, 2014

By Margaret Freelon MOTOWN: THE MUSICAL currently on stage at the Winspear Opera House is overall a great production.  The  music and performers celebrating the legendary Motown sound were incredible and this stage production did not leave this reviewer longing to hear any of the Motown favorites.  They start from the moment the play opens, until the […]

Jefferson Bass’ “The Breaking Point” is a whodunit lover’s dream

Breaking Point

By Terri Schlichenmeyer When it comes to your job, you’re a crackerjack. You have quite the reputation for doing your best, in fact, which is why colleagues come to you for help. Nobody busts a move like you: smooth, efficient and done right. Yep, when it comes to your job, you can’t be beat. Except when […]

DMA’s Arts of Africa Gallery will feature 200 more objects

photo source: Dallas Museum of Art/facebook

Research for the reinstallation project, which was sponsored by the Texas Fund for Curatorial Research and overseen by Roslyn Adele Walker, Ph.D., Senior Curator of the Arts of Africa, the Americas, and the Pacific and The Margaret McDermott Curator of African Art, began in 2011 and included visits to national and international museums. The reconfigured […]

The Impossible Project US Road Show brings instant photography back to the heart of America

Impossible US Road Show, photo source: the-impossible-project.com

Discover the world of analog instant photography with Impossible’s US Road Show 2015. Try out classic Polaroid cameras, turn your digital images into real instant photos and explore creative techniques at Impossible workshops across the US this summer. Since saving the last Polaroid factory back in 2008, Impossible have worked together with a passionate community […]

You’ll eat up the “The Jesus Cow: A Novel”

Jesus Cow (1)

By: Terri Schlichenmeyer The town you grew up near hasn’t changed in umpteen years. Oh, sure, there are new roads, and new houses dot the outskirts. The grocery store your Mom preferred is now owned by someone else. But there’s still a church on Main , still an everybody-knows-who-you-are watering hole, and kids still do […]

New book to help prepare kids for college

Tarsha Arrington-Brown's book, If I Knew Then, What I Know Now... About College

(BlackNews.com) Tarsha Arrington-Brown’s book, If I Knew Then, What I Know Now… About College (www.authortarsha.com) is an insightful book that addresses the necessity for college readiness and preparedness courses for young people with aspirations of attending college, and graduating. A first-generation college student, Arrington-Brown attended Northern Illinois University, Kishwaukee College and Chicago State University, before […]

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