Prism Health North Texas Celebrates Trans Community at its First Annual TX Trans Pride Event

Station 4 3911 Cedar Springs Road, Dallas, Texas

Prism Health North Texas has partnered with Arttitude and Transgender Pride of Dallas to present the inaugral TX Trans Pride event on Friday, September 30 at Station 4 from 7 p.m. to 4 a.m. on the popular Cedar Springs Strip. The free event will include entertainment in Station 4’s famed Rose Room, a resource fair with trans inclusive resources and services, free HIV and STI testing, and an Affirmation Station with free gender affirming items and products. Station 4 is located at 3911 Cedar Springs Road in Dallas.   An evening packed with education, community, and fun, the schedule for

South Dallas Community Celebration

Urban Arts Center 807 Hutchins Road, Dallas, TX

  South Dallas, it's time to celebrate!   Dallas Free Press and the Dallas Weekly have partnered for more than two years to listen to and learn from our neighbors about the issues that matter most. This interactive, drop-in happy hour event looks at where we are and where we're headed, and features: cocktails by Kendra's Cocktails light bites from Catering Done Wisely DJ King Shakur raffle prizes giveaways photo ops ways for you to participate in community-powered journalism! When: Thursday, Oct. 20, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Where: Urban Arts Center, 807 Hutchins Road, 75203 This event is FREE for anyone who lives in the South Dallas neighborhood (generally zip


Janet Evanovich: NYT bestselling Author!

First Baptist Church 901 Trinity St, Austin, TX

Texas Book Festival is proud to host author Janet Evanovich, “the most popular mystery writer alive” (NYT) and author of 42 New York Times bestsellers, as she presents her new novel, Going Rogue, on Sunday, November 6 at 2:30 p.m., at the 2022 Texas Book Festival. With Going Rogue, the mega-bestselling author returns with the latest book in her massively popular Stephanie Plum series. Book tickets to see this beloved author are now available! Each book ticket includes one copy of Going Rogue and admits one person. Proceeds from book ticket sales support the annual Festival and our year-round literacy