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Getting into Nature with Friends of Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge

By Patricia Crain | Travel & Entertainment

  Second Saturday: Mountain Lions Online, February 13, 2021 via ZOOM, 10:00 to 11:30 AM Email friendsofhagerman@gmail.com for Zoom instructions Which animal do you think has the greatest number of names (40 of them in English alone)? Here’s a hint: painter…catamount…panther…puma…got it yet? It’s the mountain lion (or cougar or ‘mountain screamer’ or ‘ghost cat’)! And there are almost as many opinions about this big North American cat as there are names for it. Some people think of it as a vicious killer, others as a misunderstood loner. Either way,…Read More

By Taylor Mayad | Travel & Entertainment

PEROT MUSEUM ANNOUNCES PLANS TO REOPEN THURSDAY, JULY 9, WITH NEW PUBLIC-HEALTH PROTOCOLS AND TICKETING PROCEDURES IN PLACE Tickets to go on sale July 1 at perotmuseum.org DALLAS (June 18, 2020) – With the safety of guests, staff and volunteers a top priority, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science will reopen its doors Thursday, July 9, with new public-health protocols and ticketing procedures in place. To ensure the best experience during preferred times and to manage capacity, guests are strongly encouraged to purchase timed-entry tickets online and in advance…Read More

Lone Star Cowboy Poetry Gathering this Week Features Award-Winning Musicians

By Jill Street | Travel & Entertainment

https://lonestarcowboypoetry.com/_images/logos/lscpg-logo-star-9-bw-300dpi-date-place-01.jpg Lone Star Cowboy Poetry Gathering this week features award-winning musicians ALPINE, Texas – The Lone Star Cowboy Poetry Gathering presents two full days filled with cowboy poetry and western music this Friday and Saturday with a focus on “Keeping the Tradition.” Poets, musicians, writers, and instrumentalists from across the West will be showcased at the inaugural Gathering, which will take place on the campus of Sul Ross State University and at an additional venue, the Spicewood Restaurant west of Alpine. A shuttle service will run to and from hotels and…Read More

Aubrey, TX Boxer Wins Working Group at 144th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

By 380news | People and Places

AUBREY, TEXAS BOXER WINS WORKING GROUP AT 144TH ANNUAL WESTMINSTER KENNEL CLUB DOG SHOW IN NEW YORK CITY     NEW YORK – The Boxer “Wilma” of Aubrey, Texas, handled by Michael Shepherd for owners Keith and Cheryl Robbins, Bonnie Wagaman and Debbie Caywood, won the Working Group under Judge Jay Richardson at the 144th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City on February 11, 2020. Wilma, a 4 ½-year-old female, officially known as GCHP2 Cinnibon’s Bedrock Bombshell, bred by Bonnie Wagaman and Nicole Manna, took top honors in a field of 29 Best of Breed winners entered, comprising the Working Group. Westminster reached its conformation entry limit of 2,500 dogs, with three days of Best of…Read More

From Scratch -Prairie House

By Jodie Linton-Prickett | Travel & Entertainment

  Prairie House has been hosting a loyal clientele in the corridor for 30 years, and for good reason.  This local landmark has amazing food in a unique atmosphere.  There is a variety of items on the menu, so there is something for everyone. While sitting down with restaurateur, Jim Murray, I learned a lot about his ambition, drive, and insight for the restaurant industry.  Over 30 years ago, Murray had the wherewithal to create a location that fit the 380 corridor’s needs at the time, and the foresight to change with the unprecedented…Read More

Thin Line Fest Announces First Round of Films, Movie Tavern Partnership

By 380news | Travel & Entertainment

Denton’s Fiive-Day Film, Music, and Photography Fest set for April 18-22, 2018. DENTON, TX – Set for April 18-22, 2018, Thin Line Fest announces the first round of feature documentary films to screen during its 11th annual event in Denton, Texas. Denton is a North Texas music, arts and culturally rich town located about 40 miles north of Dallas and Fort Worth at the convergence of I-35. The 2018 festival will continue as a free general admission event while still offering VIP and other ticketed memberships for a better, more exclusive experience. Registration is now open. Thin Line Fest is very pleased to announce a partnership with local theater-restaurant establishment, Movie Tavern, located at 916 W University Dr., only minutes…Read More

VAST Presentation on March 7th

By 380news | Travel & Entertainment

Pilot Point’s Justine Wollaston What: Justine Wollaston, “Who Am I Kidding? Stuff I’ve learned as a Professional Creative” at VAST When: March 7th, from 6:45 – 9:00 pm Where: Patterson-Appleton Arts Center The Visual Arts Society of Texas (VAST) invites you to a presentation by artist Justine Wollaston entitled: “Who Am I Kidding? Stuff I’ve learned as a Professional Creative.” Justine uses a variety of media in her endeavor to creatively connect with people. She is not a big fan of eggplant. Her favorite color is cavern pool blue. She is most famous for her Eve of Pilot Point mural. Her favorite song is “Wild Wild Life” by the Talking Heads. Her first comedy feature is now streaming on Amazon…Read More

Imperial Vienna, Austria

By Jodie Linton-Prickett | Travel & Entertainment

Imperial Vienna, Austria  Visiting with the Vienna Pass If you don’t mind my personification, Vienna is like an old college friend that is out of my league. Though I love spending time with her, she is fabulously wealthy and I just can’t keep up with her financially. In fact, Vienna, is imperial! Therefore, I don’t visit her as often as I would like and when I do I have to get creative on how to make my euros stretch. It can be difficult to stay on budget, when you encounter luxury at every turn. The city is remarkably pristine, filled with baroque architecture, majestic palaces, and musical genius. To top it all off, churches, palaces and museums are filled with…Read More

Personal Travel Shopper

By Ron and Tina Chapman | Travel & Entertainment

Saving you money, time and providing you with the best value It wasn’t too many years ago that in every strip mall and shopping center you could find your local travel agent. Rooms adorned with posters and friendly people sitting behind a computer waiting to book your flight, cruise or family vacation. Even a trip to Dillard’s could entice you to stop in and book a trip to Cancun. Today, everyone has the ability for self-service online bookings. So, where did the great travel agents go? Today travel agents are still around, mostly working from home, or for the major travel agencies. Travel agents have become more like your personal shopper, or a concierge. Your personal travel agent is the…Read More

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