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Jan 23

The 2020 Cowtown – Sign Up Today!

Now is the time to start training for your Ultra Marathon, Marathon or Half Marathon for when The Cowtown 2020 returns to Will Rogers Memorial Center!

  • DART Art Jan 15

    DART Student Art Contest 2020

    NBC 5 and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) encourage all North Texas students, Kindergarten through 12th grade, to showcase their artwork in this year’s DART Student Art Contest. The theme of this year’s contest is “Paint the town _. Ride DART.” (You fill in the blank!) Students are encouraged to create a poster that showcases the unique places the...
  • dallas black dance theatre Jan 22

    Dallas Black Dance Theatre Presents The Cultural Awareness Series 2020

    NBC 5 invites you to celebrate with Dallas Black Dance Theatre as its phenomenal dancers move your spirit to the legendary music of Aretha Franklin, Nina Simone, Patti LaBelle, Duke Ellington, and more during the Cultural Awareness Series February 14 through 16 at the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre. Experience Reflections in D, an Alvin Ailey and Duk...
  • stem Jan 14

    Nature’s Art – Mineral Beauty from the Earth

    At first glance, the word mineral invokes an image associated with mining, heavy machinery and digging for natural resources beneath the Earth’s surface. This evokes images associated with dark mines, muddy fields, and sweaty miners all digging for minerals to power our modern world. Minerals are also collected and displayed worldwide for their bea...
  • autism Jan 13

    Metrocare’s Center for Children with Autism

    Discussing Metrocare’s recently re-opened Center for Children with Autism in Desoto as well as some of the services available with Tate Ringer, Chief Strategy Officer at Metrocare, and Selena Milles, Metrocare’s Program Director. For more information, visit

  • Nov 15, 2019

    Origins: Fossils From The Cradle Of Humankind at the Perot Museum

    Discussing the Perot Museum’s current exhibit Origins: Fossils From The Cradle Of Humankind with archaeologist Dr. Becca Peixotto, Director for the Perot Museum’s Center for the Exploration of the Human Journey. For more information, visit

  • stem Dec 18, 2019

    Another Reason for the Seasons

    We all know the four seasons. Traditionally, spring, summer, autumn, and winter. Of course here in Texas your family, like mine, may have a running joke that would add a slight variation or two to that list. The seasons are historically associated with cycles of life: birth, growth, harvest, and death. On the scientific side, they are the result of...
  • Nov 27, 2019

    The Warren Center

    Discussing the impact The Warren Center has on children with developmental differences and their mission to focus on early childhood intervention with Amy Spawn, the CEO of The Warren Center. To learn more, visit

  • Nov 15, 2019

    The Warren Center

    Discussing the impact The Warren Center has on children with developmental differences and their mission to focus on early childhood intervention with Bill Warren, the President of The Warren Center’s Board of Trustees, and Beverly Warren, the founding chair of The Warren Center’s Advisory Council. To learn more, visit
  • Nov 15, 2019

    Engineering Stereotypes Demystified

    Most people can easily recognize the contributions engineers make to society, but far too often engineers are incorrectly stereotyped as boring geeks.

  • Living Waters Park Jan 13

    Living Waters Park

    Discussing the new development with the mission to provide economic stimulus to East Fort Worth with Hazel Lewis Wiltz, Developer and Trustee of Living Waters Park, and Shannon Watt, Senior Vice President of Frost Bank. For more information, visit

  • Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo Jan 13

    The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo 2020

    Discussing the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo with Matt Brockman, the Communications Manager for the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo, who stops by to discuss all the excitement and what’s new this year. For more information, visit

  • hunger Jan 17

    Fighting Hunger With Blue Zones Project FW

  • Fort Worth Jan 17

    Fighting Hunger: Urban Farming in Fort Worth’s Food Desert

    Opal’s Farm is a 5-acre patch of land along the Trinity River, in the shadow of downtown Fort Worth. It’s part of the United Riverside neighborhood, which is located in a food desert. “You look across the river and there’s downtown, but everything kinda stops at the river,” farm manager Greg Joel said. “The money...
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