10 Media Rooms for Super Bowl Sunday


It’s almost Super Bowl Sunday, and the biggest game of the year calls for an incredible game-day experience.

 

Whether you’ll be watching for the athletic excellence or for the over-the-top commercials, this Sunday’s game between the Rams and the Patriots offers the ultimate excuse to include a beautiful new media room on your home-shopping wish list.

 

Here’s a few spectacular North Texas media rooms where you could soon be enjoying the next big game.

 

1 Braewood

39 Braewood PlaceGlen Abbey | $3,999,000

 

2 Granada

2021 Granda Trail | Westlake | $2,799,950

 

960

6326 Carrington Drive | North Dallas | $2,249,000

 

4 Stone Cliff

5608 Stone Cliff Court | Far North Dallas | $1,950,000

 

5 Rochester

800 Rochester Lane | Southlake | $1,899,000

 

6 Sea Side

537 Sea Side Lane | McKinney | $1,795,000

 

7 Purdue

4915 Purdue AvenueBluffview | $1,350,000

 

8 Wainsborough

18712 Wainsborough Lane | Far North Dallas | $1,280,000

 

9 Audubon

6903 Audubon Drive | Parker | $1,280,000

 

10 Vistaview

4101 Vistaview Court | Arlington | $950,000

 

To see more exceptional media rooms and view all of the North Texas homes for sale, visit ebby.com.

8 Media Rooms for the Ultimate Super Bowl Sunday


It’s almost Super Bowl Sunday, and the biggest game of the year calls for the ultimate game-day experience. Whether you’ll be watching for the awe-inspiring athletic excellence or for the over-the-top commercials, this Sunday’s game between the Patriots and the Falcons offers the ultimate excuse to include a beautiful new media room on your home-shopping wish list. Here’s just a few of the spectacular North Texas media rooms where you could soon be enjoying the next big game.

 
Media Rooms
1708 Cliffview Drive | Plano | $2,950,000Media Rooms
1312 Fanning Street | Southlake | $2,680,000
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5242 Buena Vista Drive | Frisco | $2,500,000
Media Rooms
6524 Old Gate Road | Plano | $2,495,000
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1000 Lexington Terrace | Southlake | $1,695,000
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1201 Earlston Court | Southlake | $1,679,900
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5666 Lakeshore Drive | Frisco | $799,900
Media Rooms
304 Vatican Hill Drive | Little Elm | $469,000

DFW Weekend Round Up (4/9-4/12)


DFW Weekend Round Up (4/9-4/12)

From fashion to film, this weekend is all about the arts. See where to get your fill of local, national, and international creativity in DFW.

 

Thursday, April 9:

7th Annual Dallas Art Fair: This year’s fair, taking place in the Arts District through Sunday, will feature more than 90 national and international art dealers and galleries showcasing everything from works on paper to installations.

 

9th Annual Dallas International Film Festival: Movie buffs unite through April 19 for more than 160 films from 32 countries.

 

Main Street Arts Festival: The annual festival in downtown Fort Worth is taking place at Sundance Square through Sunday. Enjoy live music, art, culinary arts, and more.

 

Friday, April 10:

Eli Young Band: The country stars and Denton natives will be at Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie to kick off the Lone Star Series.

 

Iolanta: The Dallas Opera performs Tchaikovsky’s fairytale romance at the Winspear through April 18.

 

Ranger’s Opening Series: The first series of the 2015 season goes through Sunday at Globe Life Park.

 

Saturday, April 11:

Atomic Music Festival: The first festival presented by the reopened Bomb Factory is an all-day event featuring Between Buried and Me, Animals as Leaders, Entheos and more.

 

Forty Five Ten’s 15th Anniversary: In celebration of 15 years, the store is holding a pop-up shop at the Dallas Museum of Art. Fifteen designers have created exclusive products in limited quantities that will be sold at the Art Ball. All proceeds benefit the Dallas Museum of Art.

 

13th Annual Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society Historic Home Tour: Tour four homes an support the preservation of history, architecture, aesthetics, and cultural traditions of the Park Cities.

 

Sunday, April 12:

Turtle Creek Association Tour of Homes: Tour six unique homes via complimentary shuttles. You’ll also learn about the homes’ art collections, builders, architects, designers etc.

 

Images via Dallas Art Fair Facebook Page

DFW Weekend Round Up (2/19-2/22)


 DFW Weekend Round Up (2/19-2/22)

This weekend’s events have no clear theme, but that just means there’s something for everyone! Take a look…

 

If you’re looking for things to do that are more food and drink centric, click here.

 

Thursday, Feb. 19:

The Book of Mormon: If you didn’t make last year’s show, now is the time to catch the Tony Award-winning musical created by the people behind South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone. This is the final weekend that it will be at Winspear Opera House.

 

The Last Two People on Earth: An Apocalyptic Vaudeville: This musical includes two major stars, Mandy Patinkin and Taylor Mac. On top of that, the show is directed by Tony-winner Susan Stroman. Follow the pair as the take on a post-apocalyptic world at the Eismann Center in Richardson through Sunday.

 

Medea: The Greek tragedy, presented by Dallas Theater Center, will take place in the basement of Kalita Humphrey’s Theater through March 29.

 

Thin Line Festival: The 8th-annual festival in Denton goes all weekend long. Thin Line will deliver an engaging program of high quality documentary films, world-class music, and (new in 2015) a diverse palette of photographic art.

 

Friday, Feb. 20:

Disney in Concert: The Dallas Symphony Orchestra presents classic songs from Disney movies that you’ll never forget, old and new. Friday through Sunday, the orchestra will play songs from Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Frozen, The Lion King, The Little Mermaid and more.

 

Ticketstock 2015: The annual sports talk event hosted by the crew from 1310 The Ticket is back at Irving Convention Center Friday and Saturday. Join them for free admission, autographs, and concerts.

 

Wynonna Judd: The country music singer will be at Arlington Music Hall for stories and song.

 

Saturday, Feb. 21:

Chinese New Year Celebration: The Crow Colleciton of Art celebrates the Year of the Ram with their 16th-annual free Chinese New Year Celebration.Head to the Hardwood District for crafts, fortune telling, a photo booth, family yoga, food trucks and more.

 

Sunday, Feb. 22:

Seryn: The sextet from Denton will be at Dan’s Silverleaf singing new-age folk songs you can’t help but love.

 

Image via The Ticket

D-FW Weekend Round Up (8/7-8/10)


Weekend Round Up (8/7-8/10)

This weekend is big for live music, tax-free deals, and all forms of art and entertainment. Whether you’re looking for a show to catch with friends or a way to spend time with the kids, we’ve got something on the list for you.

 

Tim McGraw: One of the most well-known artists in country music will be joined by up-and-comers Kip Moore and Cassadee Pope at Gexa on Friday, August 8. If you missed Tim when he was here for the March Madness Music Festival, be sure to catch him now.

 

Monte Montgomery: If you like Eric Clapton and/or John Mayer, check out Monte Montgomery at Granada on Friday. He’s an Austin native and is said to be one of the most energetic performers in Texas.

 

Frisco Rough Riders vs. Tulsa Drillers: From Friday to Sunday, the Rough Riders will be taking on the Drillers. Plus, Friday night is Craft Beer Night at Dr. Pepper Stadium. Get friends and family together to cheer on our team.

 

Oak Cliff Cultural Center Block Party: Saturday, August 9 , join in on the celebration of the Center’s fourth anniversary. The event will have live music, face painting, art booths, food, and dancing.

 

Family Yoga: Get the family together for some outdoor activity and zen on Saturday. The Crow Collection will host a class beginning at 10am at Klyde Warren Park.

 

2014 Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival: If you don’t make Friday night’s show at Gexa, you can still catch live music there on Saturday. 20 rock and metal bands, including Korn and Avenged Sevenfold, will play on four different stages.

 

Target Second Saturday: The Latin Cultural Center is offering up fun for the whole family Saturday with music by Grammy Award-winning artist Mr. Blue Shoes. Kids can enjoy Latin dance lessons, an early exposure to blues music, and a lesson in history.

 

Metalachi: Do you love metal? Do you love mariachi music? Then Metalachi is the band for you. This one-of-a-kind band will be singing classic hard rock songs while playing traditional mariachi instruments Sunday, August 10 at Trees in Deep Ellum.

 

Dogfight: Addison Theatre Centre is holding the first performance of Dogfight outside of New York through August 16. The story is set on the eve of the Kennedy assassination and follows a newly inducted marine before he’s set to ship off to Vietnam.

 

Ringling Bro’s and Barnum & Bailey Circus: Have you heard the word? The circus is in town! Now through Sunday, August 10 get your seats to see clowns, tigers, a human canon and all the circus classics at American Airlines Center.

 

The Phantom of The Opera: Through August 24, experience one of the most famous Broadway plays at the Winspear Opera House. With a cast and orchestra of 52 people, this is one of the largest shows currently on tour.

 

Tax-Free Weekend: The kiddos will be going back to school before we know it and it’s time to get them ready by taking advantage of tax-free weekend, which lasts from Friday to Sunday. Generally, clothing, footwear, and school supplies under $100 are all tax free.

 

The World’s Largest Dinosaurs: Have a kid who loves dinosaurs? Are you a dinosaur-buff yourself? Looking for a great indoor activity? Check all the boxes at the Perot Museum this weekend at this exhibit that displays Earth’s inhabitants as the were 140 million years ago.

 

Summer Dollar Days: The Trinity River Audubon Center is offering $1 admission while summer lasts. It’s the perfect opportunity to explore this thriving part of Dallas and spend a day in the great outdoors.

 

Family-friendly Summer Movie Series: Five theaters around D-FW are featuring special series that are fun for the whole family. Ticket prices range from free to just $2.

 

August Dollar Days: Admission is just $1 at the Dallas Arboretum all month long. It may be hot, but the gardens and water pads help keep temperatures down.

 

Water Parks: Take advantage of the free time your kids have during the summer to visit one of D-FW’s many water parks.

 

D-FW Weekend Round Up


Your D-FW Weekend Round Up

 

This week and weekend are filled will all kinds of great things to do in D-FW, like great plays, live music, an early 4th of July celebration, an all pig dinner and more. Check out all of your fun-filled options below…

 

Flavors of Dallas: The Hyatt Regency Dallas is hosting some of D-FW’s finest chefs for a night of fabulous food and drink. Chefs will prepare five course meals paired with select wines tonight, Wednesday, June 25. The event takes place in 20 cities across the U.S. and benefits the American Liver Foundation.

 

Vegan Beer Dinner: The Libertine Bar is hosting a special vegan dinner tonight that includes craft beer paired with watermelon ancho gazpacho, jalapeño cornbread, strawberry balsamic ice cream and more.

 

The YardBirds: This London-based blues and rock band is coming to the Granada tonight.

 

J Black’s: Every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., this Henderson Ave. bar hosts a trivia night with prizes and drink specials. Every Thursday is Throwback Thursday, which includes “the music you love, the drinks you remember, and the prices you miss.”

 

Street Art Camp: Have a teen looking to express themselves creatively? How about through some good old fashioned graffiti? The Dallas Contemporary is holding a weeklong program with hands-on training and street art history lessons.

 

Swine & Wine Anniversary: The Wine Poste is turning one with a five course meal on Thursday, June 26. The meal will be all about the pig as interpreted by Chef Graham Dodds, of Hibiscus, and Chef Matt Ford, formerly of CBD and Craft.

 

Decks in the Park: Klyde Warren Park has invited local DJ’s to take over the park and get you dancing under the stars from 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Thursday night.

 

A Sampling of Spain: The Grape is hosting a “Come As You Are” three-course dinner with Spanish wines Thursday night.

 

Les Misérables: From Friday, June 27, to August 10, lose yourself in this play that has captured audiences worldwide. The shows will be performed at AT&T’s Wyly Theatre.

 

Stuart Little: This adorable show continues on Saturday, June 28, at the Dallas Children’s Theater. Shows are at 1:30 and 4:30 p.m.

 

Music on the Porch: Enjoy live music from local artists on the Southwest Porch at Klyde Warren Park on Saturday starting at 2:30 p.m.

 

Cane Rosso #GlamourDateNight: As a part of a nationwide campaign led by Glamour magazine, Cane Rosso is bringing back date night by offering a Neopolitan pizza, salad, and a mini-carafe of wine for $30 on Saturday.

 

Allen USA Celebration: Kick off the Fourth of July a little early this weekend. Saturday, head to Allen for music, food, and fireworks.

 

Image via Wine Poste