The Dallas Symphony Orchestra may be regarded as the largest and oldest arts organization in the southwest, but that doesn’t mean they’re coasting uneventfully into their old age.
Evidence: The Dallas Morning News critic Scott Cantrell’s appeal to readers in a review of Jaap van Zweden’s guest-conducting debut with the orchestra, “Sell the farm, mortgage the children, cancel the cruise. Do what you have to do to get the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s concerts this weekend.”
Record numbers of people are running 5K, 10K and even half and full marathons these days. But how many runners out there have participated in a trail running race? Combine the beauty of hiking and the great outdoors with running competition! [...Read More]
Everything you need to know about what’s happening in Vail for the 4th of July, or as we call it, “Vail America Days”. [...Read More]
A booming voice announces Fritz and Hannah as they climb the stairs to the bright blue DockDogs stage at the Teva Mountain Games in Vail. Fritz tells her to sit at the end of the dock, walks up to the edge and off she goes! She lands 15 feet into the pool, with a splash big enough to soak the closest spectators. Cheers went up, mostly from our friends, but a few others chimed in too. Tails wagged from all the furry fans in response to all the excitement.
Giant grins cover the faces of parents and kids alike as the announcer preps the group for the start of Teva Mountain Games X-Country Mountain Bike Kids Race. The race starts and the kids take-off, smiles morphing into furrowed brows as they grind up the first hill. [...Read More]