Music on Mockingbird
Jun
23
4:00 pm16:00

Music on Mockingbird

  • Mockingbird Station

Enjoy live music from Bridge the Gap Chamber Players hailing from SMU Meadows School of the Arts in Mockinbgird Station. 

Kuneo - Holy Shit: Nasty Women Edition
Jun
13
8:00 pm20:00

Kuneo - Holy Shit: Nasty Women Edition

  • Union

One of the most persistent themes in the Bible is Holy Shit—God’s ability to take waste which the world considers to be offensive, of little value and turn it into someone or something holy. Women are consistently treated like shit by society and lifted up as holy by God. This series will explore spiritual matriarchs of nasty women from the Bible who boldly stepped into places where they “didn’t belong.”

This week in Kuneo:
Boss Bitches Who Shape the Divine
Guest Speaker: Rev. Katie Newsome

Assertive women frequently get a bad reputation. There are several boss bitches in the Bible, however, who shape the course of God’s work in the world. We’ll explore their stories and see how they might shape us as well.

Union Studio - Holy Shit: Nasty Women Edition
Jun
11
7:00 pm19:00

Union Studio - Holy Shit: Nasty Women Edition

  • Union

One of the most persistent themes in the Bible is Holy Shit—God’s ability to take waste which the world considers to be offensive, of little value and turn it into someone or something holy. Women are consistently treated like shit by society and lifted up as holy by God. This series will explore spiritual matriarchs of nasty women from the Bible who boldly stepped into places where they “didn’t belong.”

This week in Studio:
Boss Bitches Who Shape the Divine

Assertive women frequently get a bad reputation. There are several boss bitches in the Bible, however, who shape the course of God’s work in the world. We’ll explore their stories and see how they might shape us as well.

The Naked Stage: Tango Tab - Hope to End Hunger
Jun
9
8:00 pm20:00

The Naked Stage: Tango Tab - Hope to End Hunger

  • Union

For the past 5 years, TangoTab has been bringing people together for one common goal... to END HUNGER. Now they are exapanding their mission with TangoCharities. Come hear stories about how an app, organizations and thousands of people are working to end hunger around the country.

UCPID Annual Property Owner's Meeting
Jun
8
11:00 am11:00

UCPID Annual Property Owner's Meeting

  • Magnolia Hotel

University Crossing Public Improvement District's property owners are invited to the annual property owners' meeting on Thursday, June 8 at 11am. 

The meeting will be held at the Magnolia Hotel located in University Crossing at 6070 N. Central Expressway, Dallas, TX 75206. 

Patrick Sanders, UCPID executive director, will be presenting the highlights from last year, as well as plans for the next year. Further, City officials will be in attendance to discuss progress on the Mockingbird Pedestrian Bridge. In addition, lunch will be provided to attendees.

Please RSVP to info@universitycrossing.com.

Stumpy's Legapalooza
May
26
10:30 am10:30

Stumpy's Legapalooza

  • Milo Butterfingers

Save the Date for Legapalooza 36, at Milo Butterfingers - Dallas, Texas.

www.legapalooza.com

Last  year Legapalooza was able to present The Dallas Amputee Network with checks totaling $35,000! This brings our total donations to $135,000 over our 7  years as a charity event.

The Dallas Amputee Network, largely because of your donations, is now the largest and most active amputee support group in the country. Monthly meetings are now attended by close to 100 people. Members include a former Para-Olympian, a US National Team Amputee Soccer Player, numerous 5 & 10 K participants and dozens of other fascinating people. Please feel free to join us at one of our monthly gatherings at Spring Creek Bar-B-Q in Richardson on the 2nd Monday of each month (6-9pm). The inspirational stories the are shared each month will leave you breathless. I guarantee it! In June of 2016  The Dallas Amputee Network sent 30 members to The Amputee Coalition of America National Conference. No other support group in the country can come close to this many delegates. The growth of our support group is a direct result of the donations that YOU have given. Please continue to support the us and we will make you proud!
 

SMU Commencement Convocation
May
20
9:00 am09:00

SMU Commencement Convocation

  • Moody Coliseum

On behalf of the Southern Methodist University community, we invite you to attend SMU's 102nd annual Commencement Weekend, May 19 and 20, 2017. The activities that make up Commencement Weekend showcase some of the University's best traditions and are designed to recognize the pride we all feel in our students' accomplishments.

On Saturday morning, the University Commencement Convocation assembles degree candidates from all of SMU's schools and professional programs. Moody Coliseum becomes transformed by the pageantry of students and faculty in academic regalia marching behind the colorful banners of their respective schools, accompanied by music and applause from their families.

A New View of the Universe from the Bottom of the Earth
May
18
6:00 pm18:00

A New View of the Universe from the Bottom of the Earth

  • McCord Auditorium - Dallas Hall SMU Campus

SMU Dedman College of Humanities & Sciences and the SMU Physics Department Speaker Series Welcomes

SMU will confer the degree of Doctor of Science, honoris causa, upon Dr. Halzen at graduation May 20, 2017.
 

Francis Halzen
Principal investigator of IceCube, Hilldale and Gregory Breit Professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison

Thursday, May 18
6 p.m.
McCord Auditorium
Dallas Hall
SMU Campus 

What is the IceCube Project?
The IceCube project began by melting eighty-six holes, each over 1.5 miles deep, in the Antarctic icecap. Together, these holes form a single, vast astronomical observatory. The project recently discovered that there are neutrinos reaching us from the cosmos with energies more than a million times those of the neutrinos produced at the most powerful particle accelerator laboratories on the planet. These neutrinos are astronomical messengers from some of the most violent processes in the universe – giant black holes gobbling up stars in the heart of quasars and gamma- ray bursts, the biggest explosions since the Big Bang. 

Space is limited. Advance online registration is required.
Registration closes when all seats are filled on first-come basis. 

https://sites.smu.edu/apps/events/rsvp_form.asp?e=dedmanhalzen

SMU Faculty Book Fest
May
9
2:00 pm14:00

SMU Faculty Book Fest

  • SMU Dallas Hall Rotunda

Take a Break on Reading Day and Join Us for the Second Annual Faculty Book Fest.

A Celebration of All Books Published by SMU Faculty Members in 2016.

RSVP: smubookfest2017.eventbrite.com or 214-768-3527

Edit's Patisserie & Boulangerie Grand Opening
May
9
8:00 am08:00

Edit's Patisserie & Boulangerie Grand Opening

  • Mockingbird Station

Hosted by Mockingbird Station. 

Be among the first to experience our newest restaurant, Edith’s Pâtisserie & Boulangerie during the official grand opening!

Enjoy $3 mimosas and rosé, and enjoy the menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus French specialties like macarons and croissants!

Adulting 101: "Boss Bitching"
May
8
7:00 pm19:00

Adulting 101: "Boss Bitching"

  • Union

Adulting101 is a peer-led experience in learning some of the basics of adulting that the adult world never taught us. Sign up for the classes you like, ignore the ones you don't. Paying for the class allows us to pay the teachers and keep the lights on. We hope you'll be a part of Adulting 101. Monday Nights @ 7:00 share your wisdom. learn from friends. adult better.

http://www.uniondallas.org/partners/

Music on Mockingbird
May
5
8:00 am08:00

Music on Mockingbird

  • Mockingbird Station

Join the Bridge the Gap Chamber Players as the perform for commuters in Mockingbird Station. Sponsored by the SMU Meadows School of the Arts and the University Crossing Public Improvement District. 

Mockingbird Lane Closures
Apr
20
Apr 21

Mockingbird Lane Closures

Beginning Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 9:00 p.m. through Friday, April 21 at 5:00 a.m., contractors are installing the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway. Mockingbird eastbound traffic lanes will be closed to thru traffic, detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road and east on Lovers Lane, through southbound Greenville Avenue to Mockingbird Lane.

 

For the latest updates on Mockingbird Bridge, visit http://www.universitycrossingbridge.com