Friday 07.31 — Sunday 08.16
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus settles into North Texas
Before there was Cirque du Soleil, there was the Greatest Show on Earth, aka Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. The traditional extravaganza — with lion tamers, clowns, acrobats and more, settled into Dallas for a few weeks, then head west for a series of shows in Cowtown, with multiples performances most days.
American Airlines Center
2500 Victory Ave.
Through Aug. 9.
Fort Worth Convention Center
1201 Houston St.
Saturday 08.01 — Sunday 08.02
New gayborhood eatery Winslow’s celebrates its grand opening
Winslow’s is one of the newest hangouts in the Cedar Springs area, but so far, it’s only had a soft opening. Well, it’s time to go big. All weekend, the eatery will mark its grand opening with brunches and dinners on Saturday and Sunday, and will even hand out raffle prizes hourly, and one $200 gift certiticate each day. A portion of proceeds will even go to LifeWalk.
3908 Cedar Springs Road
Brunch 10:30 a.m.–2 p.m.
Dinner 4 p.m.–midnight
Wedding Party & Expo pops the cork at the Anatole
We’re pretty pleased marriage equality has arrived, and those who wanna get married will never have a better chance to earn all they need to than this weekend when Dallas Voice hosts its inaugural Wedding Party and Expo, with 80-plus vendors, musical performances and a runway show. And best of all, it’s free admission and free parking. Fabuloous lifestyle guru Steve Kemble, pictured, serves as master of ceremonies.
2222 N. Stemmon Freeway
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition July 31, 2015.