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In celebration of Dr. Seuss’s 110th birthday, students all across America are participating in the National Education Association’s 17th annual “Read Across...
Called a “world of wonder” by The Dallas Morning News , the Perot Museum of Science and Nature has quickly become an icon, its unique shape adding more...
Shrove Tuesday, Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras—by any name is Pancake Tuesday. Why do we eat pancakes on Fat Tuesday, the last celebration before Lent?...
BubbleLife Staff – BubbleLife Staff
Feb 27 2014
This isn't another "Best of Dallas" survey. At BubbleLife, we're interested in your neighborhood and your news. In the same way, we want to know what's best in...
Dallasites are challenged to perform 40 acts of kindness in 40 days beginning March 1 and running through April 9. Acts could include paying for a stranger’s...
John Scherger – Guest Contributor
Feb 26 2014
The Woodrow Wilson baseball team opened the season with a dominating 26-0 win over Spruce High School February 25 at Randall Park. Wildcat pitcher Riley...
Independent Research Shows Camp’s Science Curriculum Enhances Student Performance at School and Promotes “Seriously Fun” Learning Today, with educators...
It’s that time of the year again — when high school seniors make their much awaited decision of what college they will be attending. But with the hustle and...
As the longest-tenured docent of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, Kay Sansone has seen it all. From the wedding of President Clinton’s brother, Roger,...
Tour Features WWII Bomber and Fighter Aircraft; Highlights Interactive Displays and Unique Flying Experiences The Frontiers of Flight Museum, 6911 Lemmon Ave....