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Arts & Entertainment,Events,Living,Outdoors,Special Features,Seniors,Communities,City of Rockwall,Royse City,HistoricalThe Royse City Calaboose

Hidden Gems Tour

Local history buffs will have an opportunity to unearth some Rockwall County treasures on Sunday, March 26 as the Rockwall Historical Foundation hosts The Hidden Gems tour. Continue reading »
Dallas Film Festival entry

Dallas International Film Festival Features Rockwall Talent

The Dallas International Film Festival is one of the premier showcases in the country for independent filmmakers. This year, local talent is well represented. Continue reading »
Arts & Entertainment,Events,Visual Arts,Living,Special Features,Communities,City of RockwallInaugural Public Art Project | Mural Design for Rockwall

Inaugural Public Art Project | Acclaimed Dallas Artist Painting Mural in Rockwall

The wall at 110 South Goliad Street — what’s now a traditional collection of bricks and mortar --- will soon be the site of Rockwall’s first Art in Public Places project. Continue reading »
Living,Kids,Schools & Education,Special Features,Teens,VolunteersSSO Day | Rockwall ISD

Students Serving Others Day | Rockwall ISD

Rockwall ISD students find purpose, pride and passion through serving others. Continue reading »
Arts & Entertainment,Events,Visual Arts,Living,Special Features,Communities,Regional / Texas,HistoricalRío Juchitán (Juchitán River) by Diego Rivera

Exploring 50 Years of Mexican Modern Art Exhibition to Make First and Only Stop in U.S. at DMA

Major Exhibition Exploring 50 Years of Mexican Modern Art To Make First and Only Stop in U.S. at Dallas Museum of Art in March 2017. Continue reading »
This street sign is one of the few reminders of a grand project that never completed

Rockwall Street Named for a Train that Never Arrived

Like most Texas cities, Rockwall has largely followed a time-honored tradition of naming its streets after historical figures and events that have helped shape our community. Continue reading »
Arts & Entertainment,Events,Living,Special Features,Volunteers,Communities,Regional / TexasMrs. Texas Competition

Local Volunteer to Compete for the Title of Mrs. Texas America

Tiffany Dunkin, a committed volunteer with Lone Star CASA, was chosen to compete for the title of Mrs. Texas America from a field of applicants received throughout the area. Continue reading »

“Don’t feed the plant!” at the Little Shop of Horrors

Something strange is definitely happening on Skid Row. People are mysteriously disappearing and a weird plant is growing unnaturally fast at Mushnik's Flower Shop. Coincidence? Continue reading »
Arts & Entertainment,Visual Arts,Living,Kids,Schools & Education,Special Features,Teens2017 DART Student Art Contest

2017 DART Student Art Contest

Your art could win a spot on DART buses and trains, plus $1,000 or other prizes! The theme: "The adventure starts here!" Continue reading »

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