Like the finale of a long-running sitcom where the leads finally kiss, Brew-HaHa marries two things that should have been together from the start: standup comedy and craft beer. Armed with a refillable pint glass, guests start the night with a brief tour of local craft breweries, including Dallas's Community Beer Company, the Lakewood Brewing Co. in Garland, and Ft. Worth's Panther Island Brewing. After getting a good fill of local nectar, everyone settles in for a set that mixes headliners seen on Comedy Central, HBO, and Showtime with some of North Texas' top jokesters. Although the lineup constantly changes, the night is always hosted by Tyson Faifer, who may or may not hang from the ceiling by his knuckles like he did on NBC's American Ninja Warrior.
The works of William Shakespeare are timeless, and since 1971, Shakespeare Dallas has been a part of their rich theatrical tradition. From their roots as a summer company and their first, somewhat modest production—a one-man take on Hamlet —the organization has evolved to produce cultural events year-round. During the summer, skilled actors perform the Bard’s plays in the open air. When autumn arrives, Shakespeare on the Go! brings artists to schools to share age-specific, interactive programs. And through all seasons, Shakespeare Unplugged meets the community’s recommended iambic pentameter intake with staged readings and insightful lectures.
Let a little more culture into your life when you plan a visit to Women's Health & Fitness Expo Dallas in Dallas.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
When you visit Women's Health & Fitness Expo Dallas, you can get a taste of various cultures and discover something new and exciting.
Whether grounded or airborne, balloons dominate the festivities at Old Celina Park. On the ground, the vibrantly patterned balloons glow and undulate as propane burners pump them with hot air. These bright shapes slowly diminish to colorful specks in the sky as the balloons ascend, leaving the fairgrounds far behind.
With this canopy of colored dots overhead, the festival’s entertainment comes alive as musical acts such as the Emerald City Band performing on Friday and Eleven Hundred Springs performing on Saturday take the stage. Pristine cars and trucks made as early as the 1930s shine at the classic-car show, inflatables promote adrenaline rushes along with helicopter rides, human hamster balls, a 200 ft. zip line, a western show, more than 100 vendors, and carnival rides and dog adoptions in Adoption Alley tug on heartstrings. In the evening, when the balloons that have served as a backdrop all day finally land, each pilot contributes to the balloon glow, punctuating the dusk with jets of flame from their burners to illuminate their vessels.
For tasty Mexican fare, Grapevine's Glass Cactus is hard to top.
Be sure to complete your meal at this restaurant with a drink from the restaurant's full bar.
Glass Cactus offers an affordable happy hour.
Make the most of the warm summer months by dining outdoors in Glass Cactus' beautiful outdoor seating area.
Glass Cactus is a fine restaurant for those with large and small parties.
Live music is common at Glass Cactus, as is a DJ.
Dance the night away to Glass Cactus' live music.
Decibels can approach upper limits at this restaurant, so it's best to leave quiet conversation for another time.
Reserve your table ahead of time if you're heading over to the restaurant on a Friday and Saturday — it can get quite crowded during the weekend.
Comfort is prioritized at Glass Cactus, where business casual is the name of the (dress code) game.
Park in a matter of seconds at Glass Cactus, a local restaurant near valet and lot parking options.
Fancy snacks do come at a higher price, but wow are they delicious.
When you are ready to taste the latest flavor trends of Mexico, make your way over to Glass Cactus.
Grapevine Vintage Railroad in Grapevine features a wide array of creative art pieces that tell a story.
With a sizzling plate of terrific food, this museum boasts among the best eats this side of the city.
Go ahead and bring your rug rats with you — this museum has kid-friendly policy.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.