Thursday, October 17th


by Melissa Jones

Posted on October 17, 2013 at 7:13 AM



ULTA Beauty will station their first ever “Kiss Kart” in the heart of Dallas as part of its Donate with a Kiss campaign to raise funds for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation®. Consumers can visit the Kiss Kart and donate $1 to BCRF to receive a “kiss” sticker representing their donation.  Local celebrities will host the Kiss Kart, beginning with Melissa Rycroft, from 12-1pm at Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park Anyone donating a $1 can also get their own kiss perfected by a top ULTA Beauty makeup artist at the Kart.  And, they get to keep the complementary lip gloss from Jane Cosmetics! 








Inspired by the 100-year anniversary of the historic South Side on Lamar building, the first annual Lamar Street Festival of art, film, food and music will provide a celebration of the Cedars South Side neighborhood Saturday, October 19 from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. 


As the comprehensive entertainment engine of The Dallas Morning News, GuideLive proudly presents the Lamar Street Festival. Designated to showcase Dallas’ art, film, food and music communities, GuideLive encourages North Texas residents to enjoy the Cedars South Side neighborhood at this inaugural celebration.  


Highlighting local talent, the GuideLive Lamar Street Festival will challenge festival guests to a short, amateur film competition where the winner will receive a 12-month lease in the artist quarter at South Side on Lamar.  Competitors will submit their 60-90 second smart phone film using footage taken during the festival by October 27, 2013. (More details coming soon.)


The 11th Annual Cedars Open Studios, featuring tours of local artists’ studios and lofts, will take place in conjunction with the festival. Over 40 juried painters, sculptors, jewelry makers and multimedia artist will have booths with art for sale. Festival goers will enjoy live music from an eclectic array of Texas bands including Texas favorites Erykah Badu, Carolyn Wonderland, The Greencards, Soul Track Mind, The Relatives and Home by Hovercraft.


An Interactive Zone, designed for family fun, will feature storytellers, magicians, puppet shows, jugglers and Dallas Heritage Village demonstrations. Children may travel to 1913 at Big Thought’s “Then & Now” setup where Lincoln Logs and Erector sets will be available for play along with a time machine photo booth. A musical petting zoo featuring orchestra instruments will allow young festival goers to “meet” the instruments as well as the musicians who play them.


Cedars South Side restaurants and local food trucks will provide food and beverages for the event including Full Circle Tavern, Opening Bell Coffee, The Cedars Social, Off the Bone, Spiral Diner, and the NYLO Dallas South Side Hotel. 


The festival will have a $5 cash entry fee, with children 12 and under admitted free. Parking will be $10 and there will be no re-entry after 7 p.m. For more information please visit or call 214-856-0573.






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9080 Harry Hines Blvd

Suite 220

Dallas, TX 75235


Office: 214.325.8450





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