TEN ON TUESDAY
A new tradition in North Texas: Ten on Tuesday encourages businesses, schools, community groups and individuals to reverse litter by picking up 10 pieces of trash and recyclable materials each Tuesday.
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Coming up at City Performance Hall … the Dallas Chamber Symphony performs live scores to silent films. Enjoy a trilogy of comedy classics featuring Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd. Works by Benjamin Britten and Johann Sebastian Bach are also on the program. The concert takes place Tuesday, November 19th at 8:00 p.m.
The City of Dallas just launched the PayByPhone, allowing drivers to pay for metered parking with a credit or debit card using a smartphone app or by dialing a toll free number. The best part is that PayByPhone will send users a text message reminder five minutes before their meter expires, giving them the option to extend their parking session on their phone. No need to go back to the car!!! Talk about convenience and it’s coming to a meter near you.
D-Link is a special service from DART that lets you explore the districts of downtown Dallas and historic Oak Cliff. It's your link to arts, fun, culture and dining. You'll find eclectic neighborhoods such as the Bishop Arts District and The Cedars, sleek developments such as Victory Park and Uptown and areas with a little something for everyone such as the Main Street District and the West End Historic District. D-Link is the convenient and hassle-free way to experience it all. Hop aboard and discover the things that make Dallas so uniquely Dallas. Buses run every 15 minutes, 11 a.m. - 11:30 p.m., Monday-Saturday Service provided by DART, Downtown Dallas, Inc. and the City of Dallas.
Virtuoso Arabella Steinbacher is the featured artist when the Dallas Symphony Orchestra performs “Braham’s Violin Concerto” at the Meyerson Symphony Center. Maestro Jaap Von Zweden leads the orchestra through the program, which also includes Braham’s “Symphony Number Three” and Benjamin Britten’s “Sinfonia de Requium.”