Art & Entertainment

Levitt Pavilion Arlington’s New Hospitality Center Provides Bathrooms, A Private Suite, And Outdoor Deck

Construction on the Levitt Pavilion Arlington Hospitality Center is over halfway complete after initially breaking ground back in August 2019. The new Hospitality Center will be named after one of […]
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The Arlington Museum of Art reopens with Knox Martin exhibition

The Arlington Museum of Art has been providing the community with art since 1991 by the combined support of those including The Arlington Art Association and the Arlington Independent School […]
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AT&T Stadium sponsors a July drive-in movie series

Back in the ’50s and ’60s, drive-in movies were all the rage since they were affordable and were great for families or for a date night. As technology evolved, there has been a shift toward other forms of entertainment like at-home streaming services, but due to recent social distancing, drive-in movies are making their way […]
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Independence Day Celebration continues despite parade cancellation

For the first time ever, Arlington’s 55-year-old tradition, the Independence Day parade will be canceled due to a spike in COVID-19 cases. The American Dream City will continue to celebrate Independence Day with fireworks on Friday, July 3rd. Event Coordinator Will Busby called to cancel the parade just a day before Governor Greg Abbott ordered […]
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Six Flags and Hurricane Harbor have reopened at a limited capacity

Arlington residents are slowly beginning to see a return to our pre-COVID-19 lifestyles with restaurants, rec centers, and other businesses and facilities reopening. Businesses that had to temporarily close their doors to the public have had time to implement new health guidelines so that they can reopen while also following the recommendations of public health […]
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Father’s Day: things to do in Arlington

Everyone has something special they like to do for Father’s Day, whether it’s a big family celebration or a relaxing day grilling outside. Things might look a bit different this year due to the current changes and restrictions but that doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy the day. If your dad likes to stay in, […]
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