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That’s What’s Up: September 30th, 2010

That's What's Up

September 30, 2010


by Shawn

Savion Glover at the Meyerson Symphony Center

Tony Award winning dancer/choreaographer/director Savion Glover along with BARE SOUNDZ will perform at the Meyerson Symphony Center on October 10th at 8 PM.  Visit Dallas Symphony Center website for more information on the show and how to purchase tickets.

Annette Strauss Square Ribbon Cutting

KERA’s Art and Seek reports on the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Annette Strauss Square open air amphitheater.

2010 Annual Home Chemical Collection Day

City of Dallas Residents and residents of Dallas County HHW Network Member Cities are asked to participate in the 2010 Home Chemical Collection Day.  Residents are asked to bring recent utility bill for proof of residency.

The event will be held on Saturday, October 23, 2010 from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. at Southwest Center Mall (3662 W. Camp Wisdom, Dallas)  The collection will take place rain or shine.

Do Bring:

Fry Oil/Cooking Grease
Computers/Cell Phones
Auto Fluids/Oil Filters
Craft/Hobby Supplies
Fluorescent Lights
Repair Products
Yard Chemicals
Aerosol Sprays
Pool Chemicals

Do Not Bring:

Shock Sensitive Material
Five-Gallon+ Containers
Radioactive Material
Construction Debris
Commercial Waste
Smoke Detectors
Business Waste
Common Trash
Medical Waste

Collection area will be located in mall parking lot near Sears along the south-bound frontage road of US-67.

That’s What’s Up – September 29th

General, That's What's Up

September 29, 2010


by Shawn

93 Senior Corporal Promotions

From the Dallas Police Department

Today Chief Brown promoted 93 police officers to the rank of Senior Corporal.  There were two ceremonies held today at Jack Evans Police Headquarters for family and friends.  The officers’ new rank will not go into effective until September 29, 2010.  All newly promoted Senior Corporals will be assigned to patrol.

Book Signing/Reception at South Dallas Cultural Center

Dallas author Rosalyn Story will read from latest book Wading Home which explores jazz, family drama and love in post Katrina New Orleans.  The event which includes a book signing and reception will take place on Sunday October 3rd at 3:00 p.m in the South Dallas Culture Center Theater.  There is no charge for the festivities.

Fox’s Lone Star is no more

Well there will be one less television show filming in Dallas, as the Fox drama Lone Star has been canceled after two episodes.  Hopefully The Good Guys and Chase won’t suffer the same fate anytime soon.

Hat Tip @kdfw