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Improv Comedy: Genie/Clementine/Empty Inside
Event on 2018-01-19 22:30:00

DCH is your best source for improv, sketch and standup comedy in Dallas!  Shows 5 nights a week and classes always registering!

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Outside food and drink are NOT permitted inside DCH.

All tickets are general admission, so seating is first come, first served.  Cast of show subject to adjustment without notice.  Seating begins about 30 minutes prior to the show.  

ALL UNCLAIMED TICKETS WILL BE RELEASED TO STANDBY CUSTOMERS WHEN THE SHOW BEGINS.

at DALLAS COMEDY HOUSE LLC
3025 Main St.
Dallas, United States

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SPCA of Texas is hosting a FREE community pet wellness event
Event on 2018-01-13 08:00:00
The SPCA of Texas is hosting a FREE community pet wellness event on Saturday, Jan 13, 2018, at Pasturas Los Alazanes, 1821 S St Augustine Rd, Dallas, TX 75217! They’re offering no-cost DHPP/FVRCP and rabies vaccines, as well as free spay/neuter sign-ups for pets living in zip codes: 75116, 75134, 75203, 75207, 75208, 75210, 75211, 75212, 75215, 75216, 75217, 75223, 75224, 75226, 75227, 75228, 75232, 75233, 75236, 75237, 75241, 75249, and 75253! The Community Wellness Event will be from 8 a.m. – noon and is first come, first served, no appointment necessary. The goal is to help over 200 animals during the event. If you have additional questions please call the SPCA of Texas at 214-742-7722.

at Pasturas Los Alazanes
1821 S St Augustine Rd
Dallas, United States

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Psychic Night with Cheryl Andrea!
Event on 2018-01-26 19:00:00
Two Corks and a Bottle, a custom winery and wine bar in Uptown Dallas, is happy to announce that Cheryl Andrea, will join us from 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm on the second & fourth Fridays of every month!  Cheryl is a clairvoyant, medium and intuitive visionary, of The Dallas Psychic Fair fame! These wi[…]

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at Two Corks and a Bottle
2800 Routh Street
Dallas, United States

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Tatort-Dinner – Der Dallas Mord
Event on 2018-01-27 00:00:00

at Hotel-Restaurant Beckmannshof
Berliner Straße 39
Bochum, Germany

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Lean Six Sigma Green & Black Belt Training & Certification Combo in Dallas
Event on 2018-02-12 09:00:00
Get LSSGB and LSSBB certified by IASSC. GreyCampus is IASSC Accredited Training Organisation. 5 Days Instructor Led Training in Dallas 1 Year of eLearning Access Accredited with IASSC Exam & Certification from IASSC (optional) LSSGB & LSSBB Certificate from GreyCampus 30 Day Instructor Helpline Simulated Mock Exams Learning aids like flashcards, downloadable e-books 45 PMI PDUs for PMI Credential Holders 100% Money Back Guarantee. Feb Dates: 12 Feb, 2018 (Mon) 13 Feb, 2018 (Tue) 14 Feb, 2018 (Wed) 15 Feb, 2018 (Thu) 16 Feb, 2018 (Fri) Time: 09:00 am – 05:00 pm (UTC -5 CDT)

at Addison Treehouse
14681 Midway Rd.
Addison, United States

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Here are seven principles for Living and Leadership that I find are extremely useful in serving you as a leader in your organization, in your life and with the people who mean so much to you.

1.  The quality of our relationships, partnered with our willingness to be real, take risks and be vulnerable, dictates the quality and results of our leadership. Our willingness to be real, take risks and be vulnerable makes us human and relatable. Our care, attention and nurturing of people and relationships makes us worthy of trust and being related to. Creating trust – true trust – in relationships is key. High quality relationships are built on that trust. Leadership is about relationships.

2.  We’re having an impact in every moment – what that impact is; is totally up to us – it is a choice. “They may not remember what you did, they may not remember what you said, but they will always remember how you made them feel.” The energy and beliefs that you bring to your life, your relationships, and your organization are showing up as impact in one way or another – intended or unintended. If something’s working – or something’s not – a great place to start is to evaluate the energy you’re bringing and the beliefs you’re holding. No matter how great we are at something, if the energy underneath it, and the way we make others feel, is negative, we’ve lost a big opportunity for creating trust, connection, and sustainable positive impact.

3.  “Motivating” people is unsustainable, if not completely unrealistic for any period of time, or at any true depth. If the motivation comes from an extrinsic place; ie. “I’m going to motivate you” (oy) or “Please motivate me” (yikes), it won’t stick. It may stick for a bit – enough to get the rush going, but it won’t sustain, and next time around, you’ll need to do it all over again – from the outside in. I’ve begun to think of external motivation like a drug (or maybe like that 5-hour energy drink stuff) – the more one gets, the more one needs, the more often one needs it, and the shorter the rush. One develops a tolerance to it. (Think exercise, healthy eating, smoking cessation, performance improvement for financial incentives, “getting along with someone”, getting organized, etc… They all may work for a bit when pushed/pulled from the outside, but for how long? And how enjoyable will the process be? That’s key.) Of course, sometimes we all need a “kick start” or to “fake it ‘til we make it” and that’s when that external motivation can help us “get to the other side”, I’m talking long term sustainable joyful internal motivation – no one can take that away from you. Solution: Help folks tap into their true core beliefs and purpose and what they truly want, and that will be intrinsic motivation enough. I find that if I have to motivate my clients, or help them motivate their teams, we’re likely looking in the wrong area, we’re missing something. Helping them unfold what’s true and important for them turns into self propelling inspiration, which turns into renewable energy and sustainable fuel for intrinsic motivation – powerful! I’d assert that as leaders, our job is not to motivate people but rather to help them tap into their own intrinsic motivation systems and work and live from there.

4.  There’s no such thing as “no outcomes or results”…We’re always getting an outcome – it may just not be the one we originally wanted. If it’s not the outcome you intended, look back, what do you need to do differently to shift it? Even more importantly, back up…were you clear on what the outcome was in the first place (and did you communicate it?) This does not have to be huge or complicated undertaking; more often than not it has to do with the beliefs and energy that are going into creating those results. Remember: what you believe drives what you do, drives what you have – individually and/or as a team.) And of course, gratefully, sometimes, it’s just a simple need for a change in strategy or tactics. 

5.  There’s very little we have control over – so best to “bust a move” where we can create impact and set ourselves up for success, becoming the best “instrument of change” possible. Some of these places include: how we take care of our bodies, the food we eat, the visions we create for ourselves (on our own authentic paths), how we show up in relationships, how we treat people, what we say “yes” to and “no” to that nurtures our spirit, and of course the good ole fashioned basics of saying “Please, thank you, and I care.”  This is truly one of my most favorite points!  It all starts with us, as individuals, stepping up to make the shifts and impact we want – in whatever way “stepping up” means in that moment. (And of course, tying back to the last issue, part I, the quality of the relationships we have is key to supporting this.  A virtuous cycle:  the better I am as an individual, the better I can come to relationships, the better my relationships, the more supported and better I feel to become even better, etc.)

6.  The easiest way to navigate conflict or confusion is to name it, put it on the table, state your intention, and work from there. Skip assumptions, colluding with others about how bad it is, blaming the other party for the conflict, trying to figure it out in a bubble, etc. Just step in, look for how you can help things go right, and dance.

7.  Always start with the end in mind. If you don’t know where you’re going, how will you know when you’re there? And how will your team know when good is good, and done is done? (And it’s time to drink or go for a run? Haha!)  Envision what you want to have happen, communicate it, be co-active in the design, and do the work. Hint: This works for projects, relationships, meetings, even making a cake…go!

I invite you to pick one or two (or all!) of these principles and really dive into them and see what type of impact they have for you.

Anese Cavanaugh, President of Dare To Engage, Inc., Founder of Bootist Leadership®, and mother of two, gets people “in their boots.” Using energy, mindset, mission, and action, cornerstones of her “Bootist” philosophy, she helps forward-thinking individuals and organizations create positive energy, successful relationships, congruent leadership, and joyful results – wherever they go. 

For more about Anese, Bootist Leadership, or Dare To Engage, Inc., or to receive a complimentary copy of Anese’s latest publication, go to www.DareToEngage.com.

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Ted Conover, Author of “Immersion”
Event on 2018-01-25 14:00:00
Ted Conover, author of Immersion: A Writer’s Guide to Going Deep, will describe his practice of immersive journalism, where writers learn their subjects by placing themselves in the world of their subjects for a time. Ted Conover teaches journalism at the Arthur L. Carter School of Journalism at New York University. His books include Rolling Nowhere: Riding the Rails with America's Hoboes (1984); Coyotes: A Journey Across Borders with America's Illegal Migrants (1987); Whiteout: Lost in Aspen (1991); Newjack: Guarding Sing Sing (2000); and The Routes of Man: Travels in the Paved World (2010). Conover describes his journey as a writer: “I feel lucky to do what I do. I write about real people, often by living their lives for a while-visiting their lives, you might say. Trying them on for size. Though there are easier ways to make a living, I suppose, none strike me as a fraction so interesting. My first real adventures were cross-country bicycle rides, and a summer’s work in a sausage factory in Pamplona, Spain. During time off from college, I did community organizing in Dallas as a VISTA volunteer. Then came riding the rails (Rolling Nowhere), which originated as another escape from college, but doubled as research for a senior anthropology thesis. A transcendant moment occurred in a freight yard in Bakersfield, California, where, as I spoke with a guy my age named Enrique Jarra, it dawned on me that Mexican illegals were the true, modern-day incarnation of the classic American hobo. Coyotes, my second book, recounts a year of work and travel with these men. A smart guy I met in New York (he now edits the New Yorker magazine) introduced me at a party as a writer who “made a living sleeping on the ground,” which got me thinking and led me to Aspen and Whiteout, a very different sort of first-person ethnography. And then came Newjack, an account of immersion in a world that is tough and dangerous and–if a person’s not careful–soul-shrinking. That research was my hardest ever, but also paid an enduring dividend of knowledge.” Co-sponsored by the Campus Climate Council, the Program in Literary Journalism, the Department of Criminology, Law and Society, the Center for Law, Culture, and Society, and the Forum for the Academy and the Public.

at University of California, Irvine
Student Center
Irvine, United States

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Mussoorie is a charming hill station and popularly known as the Queen of Hills. It is 34 kms from Dehradun and it is situated in the Garhwali hills at an altitude of 2003 mts above the sea level. Mussoorie is visited more frequently by the visitors as it is one of the beautiful hill stations in India. People who are in search of relief from the hot sultry conditions of the plains can visit Mussoorie as it provides excellent respite to those people. If you are residing near the capital then you can make just weekend trip. Many major Hindu pilgrimage sites like Badrinath, Kedarnath, Yamunotri, Haridwar, Rishikesh, and Gangotri are not far from this place. Here at this place plant Mussoorie is found in abundance so this place is named as Mussoorie. This hill station developed gradually as a centre of education, business, tourism and beauty.

The nearest airport to Mussoorie is the Jolly Grant. You can even travel to Mussoorie by rail or road. Mussoorie has its own railway station and you can easily catch a train from Delhi to Mussoorie. It is connected with other major towns by road.

There are some important places in the Mussoorie to visit.

Gun Hill

Here you can enjoy a ropeway ride to the second highest peak of Mussoorie. The distance of ropeway is only 400 mtrs.

Municipal Garden

It is a picnic spot and it has a beautiful garden with artificial mini lake. It has boating facilities also.

Childer’s Lodge

It is the highest peak of Mussoorie near Lal Tibba.

Camels Back Road

It starts from Kulri Bazar near Rink Hall and ends at Library Bazaar. Its total distance is about 3 kms.

Jharipani Fall

It is 8.5 kms from Mussoorie on Mussoorie-Jharipani Road. Visitors can go up to 7 kms by bus or car.

Bhatta Fall

It is 7 kms from Mussoorie on Mussoorie-Dehradun road. It is an ideal spot for picnic and bathing.

Kempty Fall

It is 15 kms from Mussoorie on the Yamunotri Road. This fall has an altitude of 4500 ft.

Nag Devta Temple

It is an ancient temple which is situated on Cart Mackenjie Road. It is about 6 kms from Mussoorie. It provides a charming view of Mussoorie as well as Doon Valley.

Mussoorie Lake

It is about 6 kms from Mussoorie and situated on Mussoorie – Dehradun road. It is a newly developed picnic spot. It is a delightful spot. Pedal boats are also available.

Besides these spots there are many beautiful spots for the visitors to visit.

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2018 KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge – Dallas (FREE EVENT)
Event on 2018-03-03 10:00:00
The KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge is the nations largest mobile fitness event traveling from coast-to-coast dedicated to keeping kids active and healthy.  At the KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge, kids of all ages get the opportunity to flex their physical fitness by participating in a completion-based obstacle course designed to challenge speed, strength, agility and overall physical fitness.  The event is FREE to the public and features a variety of activities for the whole family to enjoy including active gaming fun for all ages and on-site programming designed to inspire kids and families to live a more active and healthy lifestyle! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nn FAQ's What is the KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge? The KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge is the nations largest mobile fitness event traveling from coast-to-coast dedicated to keeping kids active and healthy.   How do kids participate? Kids of all ages get the opportunity to demonstrate their physical fitness by participating in a completion-based obstacle course designed to test speed, strength, agility, and overall physical fitness. How is the course laid out? The KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge is a 10 station completion-based obstacle course that includes sprinting, push ups, wall crawls, hurdles, jumping jacks, sit ups, tunnel crawls and to finish off the course – a grueling 20 foot confidence climb and 60 meter dash to the finish! What is the minimum age requirement to compete? The minimum age requirement for our toddler course is 3 years of age. The course difficulty is adjusted to compliment each age group to include the adults. Is the KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge a kids event only? Not at all, adults can participate on all activities at the event to test their physical fitness. How long will I have to run? Each course no matter if adult or toddler takes approximately 5 – 10 minutes to complete depending on your physical fitness. What if I can't make it that far? No worries. You can terminate your race at anytime but we encourage all participants to attempt to finish. We have lots of great volunteers to help you on the way! Is there a cost to run the course? The KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge course is free of charge for all ages. Runners are handled on a first come first serve basis. Is there a charge to participate on the Xtreme rides at the event? Yes, there is a charge associated with participating on the BumperBalls and BodyZorbs at the event. The KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge Obstacle Course and Awareness areas are FREE of charge for unlimited participation all day. What other activities are there to do at the event? The event features lots of activities for the whole family to enjoy to include Xtreme gaming for all ages, rides, food and on-site programming designed to inspire kids and families to live an active and healthy lifestyle. What is the weather policy for the event? The KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge is a LOW WIND SHINE ONLY event due to extremely high inflatables. Please make sure to check the website on event day for weather updates and event status. Do I have to register to participate? Yes, ALL participants both children and adults must register for FREE at Eventbrite to accept the medical waiver in order to participate at the event. Do participants have to arrive at 10am and stay all day? No, participants can arrive anytime during our 10am – 6pm event hours. New races are run continually throughout the day with new runners being handled on a first come first served basis. How can I become a Volunteer at the event? We can always use your help volunteering at our KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge event.  Please contact us at marketing@kidfitstrong.com where one of our team members can get you all setup.  How can I become a Sponsor or a Vendor at one of your upcoming events? Please contact us at marketing@kidfitstrong.com where one of our friendly specialists will be glad to answer any of your questions and forward you sponsor information. How can I bring the KIDFITSTRONG Fitness Challenge special event to my school? We offer a limited number of special events per school year. To request a special event at your school, please contact us at marketing@kidfitstrong.com where one of our friendly specialists will be glad to forward you special event information.

at Arlington, Texas, United States
Arlington, Texas, United States
Arlington, United States

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Kevin Farley
Event on 2018-02-09 21:30:00

at Hyenas Dallas
5321 East Mockingbird
Dallas, United States

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