We are introducing you to a reading dog and we folky with Andy Mason. It's all happening on this week's The FEED
Great news this month for the Dallas City Performance Hall. The Theatre was named best performing arts venue in Dallas by the editors of D Magazine. We hope you’ll experience this wonderful facility for yourself. We’re going to tell you about a couple of opportunities on this week’s Art & Culture Update on The FEED.
The City of Dallas is making it easier for citizens to provide feedback to the City Manager’s proposed 2013-14 Budget. In addition to the Budget Town Hall meetings, residents will be able to engage in discussions about the proposed budget via telephone or from their home computer or tablet. There are 3 ways to take part in the FY 2103-14 Budget Town Hall meetings:
1) Attend one of the Budget Town Hall Meetings in your district
2) Participate in a Virtual Budget Town Hall Meeting via your home computer or tablet
3) Participate in a Telephone Town Hall Budget Meeting via your phone
The Vitural Town Hall Meetings will be streamed on the web and participants can feed questions to a moderator via phone or send a question online. Council members, the City Manager’s Office and various department representatives will be on hand to answer questions related to the proposed budget.
We look forward to hearing from you during our first Virtual Town Hall Meeting on August 14 at 7 pm. Join in the discussion at DallasCityNewsroom.com
UniverSoul Circus returns to Dallas with its latest Big Top Show. It's all happening August 7-11 at Southwest Center Mall. Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Tennell Atkins announced details today at City Hall Plaza. Here's what you missed on this Behind the Scenes Edition of #TheFEED
26% of all Dallas citizens are uninsured; in fact Dallas leads the state with more than 506,000 uninsured people. The City of Dallas and Dallas County is working closely with federal officials to make sure Texans are aware of new heathcare guidelines, coming very soon. U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius met with healthcare and community stakeholders today to address new guidelines, including the Affordable Care Act.