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Charity

Hats On to Big D: Mad Hatter Tea Announces Its 2022 Theme

Next April’s event, infamous for its over-the-top hats, is celebrating all things Dallas
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Nonprofits

Niecy Nash, Shangela, Bobby Berk, and Todrick Hall Join Star-Studded Black Tie Dinner

Plus: Craig and Kathryn Hall honored for visionary leadership; six trailblazers inducted into the 2021 Texas Women’s Hall of Fame; and more.
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Controversy

The Rise and Fall of Virgin Hotel Developer Bill Hutchinson

The story is familiar: a wealthy man who uses his power and prestige to cover up sexual crimes. But some supports say Hutchinson has been unfairly targeted.
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Crime

Lawsuit Raises New Sexual Assault Allegations Against Developer Bill Hutchinson

The prominent Dallas real estate developer has been criminally charged with sexual assault of a minor. This is the third woman to sue the 'Marrying Millions' star
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Philanthropy & Nonprofits

Dallas’ Côtes du Coeur Raises a Record-Breaking $5.4 Million

Plus: An all-star lineup of Dallas business leaders will speak at the Pathway to Inclusion Luncheon and KidneyTexas' The Runway Report returns next month.

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Arts & Entertainment

A Guide to Dallas Galas: Fall 2019

Summer is over and event season is officially beginning. Here's your social calendar.
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Arts & Entertainment

A Guide to Dallas Galas: Spring 2019

Feeling fancy? Here's a primer on the city's upcoming black tie affairs.
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Arts & Entertainment

Margaret McDermott’s Passing Marks the End of an Era of Dallas Patronage

The cultural philanthropist's example should set the tone for future generations of Dallas art patrons.
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Arts & Entertainment

Dallas Opera CEO Keith Cerny Resigns, Headed to Calgary

Cerny led the opera through a period of financial uncertainty, artistic ambition
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Lists

There’s a New Social Registry in Town, and You’re Not On It

Only North Texas' most elite socialites make it on the list of the mysterious new Dallas Social Register.