Scenes From Last Night- Birthdays at The Twilite Lounge

Last night was a combined birthday celebration of long-time friends, and Dallas natives, Rhett Miller and Robert Jenkins. The event was held at the Twilite Lounge in Deep Ellum, and the place was packed! Not only did Twilite fill up with some talented and friendly faces, but partygoers also got to see performances from Madison King, … Continue reading Scenes From Last Night- Birthdays at The Twilite Lounge

Keep The Deep (Ellum) Vibe Alive

When I was in high school I remember going to Deep Ellum to see shows. I always had to have a parent, friend's parent, or my older brother go with me. I never thought I'd be living here and taking walks by myself around the neighborhood as often as I can. In October I will … Continue reading Keep The Deep (Ellum) Vibe Alive

Tear Down 345? How About No

"How are you guys going to get there?" My friend Daniel asked me a couple of weeks ago when Katrina and I were heading out to a concert downtown.  "I think we are just going to walk and then maybe Uber back home," I replied.  "Are you sure that's safe?" Was his response.  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I've … Continue reading Tear Down 345? How About No

Deep Ellum Bark Park

  There are three dog parks in walking distance of my apartment. My dog, Pierre, like to frequent all of them when the weather is nice. Since spring is slowly starting to shine its face upon our city, Pierre and I have been taking more walks. Our latest adventure found us at the Deep Ellum Bark Park … Continue reading Deep Ellum Bark Park

The Fest is Yet to Come

Springtime in Texas means getting to choose among a plethora of festivals to attend. Luckily these events are typically spread out over different weekends throughout the spring months making it easier to attend the ones you want. Between now and May I certainly have some Festivals I would like to attend: Dallas International Film Festival, … Continue reading The Fest is Yet to Come