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- Susan and Waylon had some event-filled weekends. Susan partied, Waylon recovered.
- In this crazy heat, we dive into where you can watch some awesome flicks…while wading in the pool. See more below.
- West Village Movie Night – every third Wednesday, West Village hosts family-friendly movies outdoors. Bring a folding chair and blanket and head to the stretch between Mi Cocina and Magnolia Theater. Starts at 8PM. westvillagedallas.com
- The Adolphus Hotel presents a poolside Summer Cinema Series featuring a different cult-classic film from various decades every Wednesday night on the property’s seventh floor pool deck. July is the best of the 70’s. August is the best of the 80’s/ Sept is 90’s. Free. adolphus.com
- Sundown at The Granada on Greenville hosts movie night every Wednesday at 8:30pm. Stand By Me is this Wednesday! SUNDOWNATGRANADA.COM
- Trinity Park Conservancy will host movie night this Saturday on the Ronald Kirk Bridge. Bring a blanket or lawn chair. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. Begins at sundown. trinityparkconservancy.org
- The Stoneleigh Hotel hosts family-friendly Moonlight Movies on Saturdays, 7pm – 9pm, poolside beginning in August. FREE. lemeridiendallasstoneleigh.com
- Purchase tickets for Equest’s Boots & Salutes event happening on Friday, July 20th.
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Nico Decastro is living a positive life, and ready to share his truth.
December 1st marks the annual celebration and recognition of World AIDS Day where people unite to honor those that have been affected by HIV/AIDS, and resolve to find a cure. Evenings of remembrance are scheduled across the globe, and Dallas
On Friday, Nico Decastro, a Dallas-based singer-songwriter launched a testimonial video to share his own struggles with being open about his HIV status, and to encourage others to get tested and share their own stories.
His hope is to raise the much needed funds for APAIT, a nonprofit located in Los Angeles whose mission is “to positively impact the quality of life for medically underserved communities living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS and other health disparities through culturally competent and linguistically appropriate programs in Southern California.”
Decastro was recently featured in articles in Dallas Voice and He Said Magazine, where he dives deeper into the circumstances that surround his contracting HIV, and his journey to make peace with his status.
In September of this year, Decastro launched his latest single entitled Lost Soul, an anthem to his journey to self discovery and reconciliation with living his truth.
Donations may be made to APAIT at www.nicodecastro.com.
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