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For the first time in sixteen years, the Dallas Zoo has recently welcomed hippopotamuses to their expansive location. Through the addition of a 2.1-acre exhibit...
Dallas does Earth Day well. In fact, Dallas’ EARTHx , formerly known as Earth Day Texas, is now the largest earth festival in the country, but it began just...
On April 21, thousands of young adult readers will flock to the Irving Convention Center for a day full of books, author signings, speakers, and general...
Riley Heruska – BubbleLife Staff
Apr 17 @ 16:00
About eight hours from the DFW metroplex, nestled along the border between the United States and Mexico, lies one of the most underrated national parks in the...
Anne Thomas – Guest Contributor
Apr 16 @ 10:30
Shelton School Parents’ Association (SPA) held its annual Stampede benefit auction Saturday, March 24th at the Bomb Factory in downtown Dallas. Attendees...
Dr. Hoskin – Guest Contributor
Apr 12 @ 12:01
Preparing Every Town, Person, and Residence for Emergency Planning (PETPREP) is the first and only animal, emergency preparedness, charitable, educational,...
Heard-Museum – Guest Contributor
Apr 11 @ 14:08
As you plan your landscape this spring (whether in a yard or in containers on a balcony or patio), take a moment to consider that your yard has the potential to...
Join St. Philip’s Frisco Saturday, April 28 for St. Philip's 6K for Water at Frisco High School, to help provide desperately-needed clean water for the...
Here in America, April 12 is an odd national holiday, but one we can all appreciate: National Grilled Cheese Day. It's time to track down some buttery bread...
Billed as the only mindful triathlon in Dallas, this is an experience unlike any other. If you are up for a 5k run/walk or just want to dance to some soulful...