Jesuit art exhibit: Bill DeOre

What: Bill DeOre shared the Dallas Morning newsroom with author Mark McDonald, while both served as volunteer coaches in youth sports. Mark McDonald’s book Beyond The Big Shootout, takes a trip through that 1969 epic of a football game between the University of Arkansas and Texas. Check out DeOre’s art at Jesuit Dallas Musuem.

When: through Dec. 20

Where: 12345 Inwood Road

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Winspear world premieres

What: Curated by The Dallas Opera set and costume designer Tommy Bourgeois, the exhibition features 19th-century seafarers, modern-day mountaineers and contemporary opera stars. Expect costumes from Moby-Dick, Everest, Great Scott and Becoming Santa Claus.

When: through Nov. 6

Where: NorthPark Center, Level One between Neiman Marcus and Dillard’s

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SMU’s religion, politics and race

What: Eboo Patel, author, founder of Interfaith Youth Core and advocate for religious diversity and cooperation
When: Sept. 18, 10 -11 a.m., when Patel leads discussion with students and faculty; noon to 1:30 p.m. is the keynote luncheon open to public.

More info: The series continues Oct. 2 with Arthur Brooks, author of “Love Your Enemies: How Decent People Can Save America From a Culture of Contempt” and concludes on Oct. 7 with Malcolm Gladwell discussing his new book, “Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know About People We Don’t Know.”

Grant Halliburton Foundation’s Happy Hour Celebration for NTxGD!

What: Celebrate North Texas Giving Day and eat good food.

When: Sept. 19, 5-8 p.m.

Where: MidiCI Neapolitan Pizza Company.

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Kickin’ it to Cancer Weekend with Cattle Baron’s Ball

What: NorthPark and its retailers will dedicate the entire weekend to raising money and awareness for cancer research with Cattle Baron’s Ball. The following retailers will donate a percentage of sales back to Cattle Baron’s Ball over the weekend: Coach, Fabiana Filippi, The Frye Company, John Varvatos, RIMOWA, Rebecca Taylor NYC, Stuart Weitzman, TAG Heuer, PAIGE, MCM, Vineyard Vines, Pinto Ranch Fine Western Wear, Johnny Was. Celebrations also include a live DJ and informal modeling in the common area.

Where:  NorthPark Center
When: Sept. 20-22

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