Two Dallas little luxury stores add Fort Worth locations

August 9, 2018 by  

Later this year, Fort Worth residents will be able to enjoy what those in Dallas have already had a chance to experience – Kate Weiser Chocolate and Bachendorf’s, a jewelry store at the Shops at Clearfork.

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Dallas-area garners nine places on best employers for women list

August 9, 2018 by  

A new Forbes survey shows nine Dallas-Fort Worth area companies are among the top for women workers.

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New Dallas exhibit honors first ladies

August 1, 2018 by  

‘First Ladies: Style of Influence’ is a new exhibit at the George W. Bush Presidential Center that scrutinizes the evolving role of first lady over time.

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Central Market opening new location

July 18, 2018 by  

Dallas will be getting a new Central Market location to be located at the Northwest Highway and Midway Road intersection.

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Deep Ellum Hostel open for business

July 18, 2018 by  

It took almost two years, but now a Dallas neighborhood has its first low-cost option for those who need a place to lay their head – the Deep Ellum Hostel.

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Dallas lands three spots on Best Workplace for Millennials list.

July 15, 2018 by  

Great Place to Work and Fortune magazine recently released the results of their survey to find the 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials 2018, which included 11 Texas enterprises, of which three were Dallas companies.

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Mulberrys Texas expansion starts with Dallas

July 12, 2018 by  

Mulberrys Garment Care has recently issued a press release concerning a clothing care change coming to Dallas, with the launching of its first Texas location.

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Regulations urged for electric scooters by Dallas Council member

July 12, 2018 by  

A year after the inaugural dockless bike-share companies made their appearance in Dallas, some city officials are becoming increasingly concerned by the proliferation of electric rental scooters.

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New Dallas development will feature a Kimpton-run hotel

July 4, 2018 by  

The Epic, a mixed-use development in Deep Ellum, will be partnering with Kimpton Hotel & Restaurants of San Francisco in the creation and running of a boutique hotel.

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Dallas-Fort Worth area has Texas’ biggest floating water park

June 25, 2018 by  

This summer, Lake Grapevine is playing host to Texas’ biggest floating aqua park-obstacle course – Altitude H2O.

Dallas residents who spend part of their summer in the Lake Grapevine area will want to be sure and check out a new, temporary attraction. Through Labor Day, in Meadowmere Park at Lake Grapevine, a huge floating playground is offering a wide range of fun and healthy exercise.

Children age six and over can work their way around a Witbit Aqua Park, slipping and sliding while crossing a wiggle bridge, balance beam, monkey bars and half-pipe. The whole playground floats above the eight-foot-deep lake.

At 25,000-square-feet, the Altitude H2O offers lots of space for fun but comes with a few rules as well. All participants must be able to swim and wear a lifejacket issued by the park. Children under 18 must be accompanied by parents or guardians and a signed waiver is required for each participant, as well as attendance at a mandatory 15-minute safety orientation.

A banner printing service is often utilized to ensure guests who have never visited a facility such as Meadowmere Park can easily spot entrances.

Altitude H2O is open every day from noon to 5:00 pm with tickets costing $20 for a 45-minute session or $30 per double session. Entrance to Meadowmere Park is $5 a car. Certified lifeguards are on hand to monitor the course.

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