Boots & Salutes: A Veteran’s Affair

Equest brings love and light to veterans (and others) by way of equine therapies.

The Soundbites: 

  • 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.

Have a great guest for our show, or looking to collaborate? Email us.

A Vision of Vinyl

Hand Drawn Pressing’s Alex Cushing answers the age old question: Is music really the universal language?

The Soundbites: 

  • Susan learned some valuable lessons at the Tyra Banks book tour stop in Dallas.
  • Waylon ventured outside the Uptown bubble with his client Jeffrey Kollinger for the Scissor-tails & Cocktails event at the Trinity River Audubon.
  • This Thursday, April 19th is the House of DIFFA Preview Party from 7pm – 9pm, @Traffic L.A. downtown. Cocktails provided by Macallan Scotch, Edrington, and Ben E Keith. Tickets are $50 www.diffadallas.org.
  • This Friday, April 20th is the Equest After Dark Gala, from 6:30pm – Midnight. It is a modern speakeasy with welcome cocktail reception, a seated dinner, live and silent auction, with live performances by The Texas Gypsies and Emerald City Band, after-party. Gala tickets are $225 and After-party tickets are $40 at www.equest.org.
  • Alex Cushing, COO of Hand Drawn Pressing, joined us to talk about his love of music, the art of vinyl pressing, and the journey that led him to where he is now.

Have a great guest for our show, or looking to collaborate? Email us.

Adding Sparkle To Your Life

Kameron Westcott of the Real Housewives of Dallas reminds us to Sparkle.

The Soundbites: 

  • Susan had a blast with her husband and friends at a Texas Rangers game.
  • Waylon continued his search for a home with his awesome Realtor, Marci Millard.
  • Angelika Film Center at Mockingbird Station brings popular 80’s flicks to the big screen  the first Monday of every month @ 7PM. Tonight is The Princess Bride. Tickets are $12. www.angelikafilmcenter.com
  • On Thursday, April 5th, the Trinity River Audubon Center presents Owl Prowl – a guided night hike through the great Trinity Forest to search and call for the owl species that call Dallas home. The night will end with roasting of s’mores. Starts at 8PM. $15 in advance. $20 at the door. www.trinityriver.audubon.org
  • Friday thru Sunday – 24th Annual Deep Ellum Arts Festival – over 200 juried artists and over 150 performances including bands and solo musicians. FREE. www.deepellumartsfestival.com
  • The one and only Kameron Westcott joins us to talk about SparkleDog – the cutest dog food you will ever see, and what it was like meeting Bravo’s Andy Cohen for the first time.

Have a great guest for our show, or looking to collaborate? Email us.


World AIDS Day

It’s Cyber Monday, and we dish on shopping, shopping and more shopping. Susan took advantage of the biggest consumer shopping week of the year to load up on some beer (yes, you read that correctly), and coming off of our Thanksgiving celebration with friends and family, we share our favorite dishes (in particular, desserts).

On Sunday, Waylon checked out the inaugural Drag Brunch at Don’t Tell Supper Club, hosted by super funny & local superstar Jenni P – joined by Krystal Summers (Rose Room cast member) and a fellow entertainers. There were drinks and there was drag. Could you think of a better Sunday afternoon?

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