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This Week on GMT (May 23 - May 27)

What's happening this week on GMT
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Monday, May 23
Celebrity chef, restaurateur and author Curtis Stone is in the GMT kitchen along with Executive chef Christian Dortch whipping up a dish from Georgie by Curtis Stone in Dallas.  Curtis also tells us about what to expect on Netflix, “Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend”.  Then, it’s time to take the word “Fear” out of failure.  Life Coach Jada Jackson shares how to shift your perspective from failure, to freedom and happiness.  

Tuesday, May 24
Go ahead and let them watch! Find out what shows your kids can view on their devices that will educate and sharpen their learning skills.  Plus, how jewelry designer and mompreneur Bernadette Rogers overcame hurdles to two storefronts in North Texas.  Then, It’s an ongoing problem many parents are facing across the U.S.  The do’s and don’ts families should know when it comes to the baby formula shortage.

Wednesday, May 25
Before it opens to the public, we get a sneak preview of the all new Psychedelic Robot immersive art experience at the Shops at Willow Bend.  Plus, a special performance from the Casa Manana cast of Newsies.  Then, It’s National Drink Wine Day.  Robert Hall of Refined Hospitality Concepts joins us with some of the best summer sippers. 

Thursday, May 26
Summer break is beginning for a lot of North Texas students. Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center joins us to talk about child safety  this summer including summer camp, sleepover and cyber safety tips.  Then , Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson tells us what to expect at this year’s Scrub Ball.  Plus, singer-songwriter Allison Ponthier of Allen joins us for a special performance. Find out how she harnessed the power of TikTok to land a deal with Interscope Records.

Friday, May 27
They’re called energy vampires.  Life Coach Allison Goldberg explains how to recognize people who drain your emotional energy and how to deal with them in a healthy way.  Then, Symphony in the Parks is back this summer!  We give you a preview of the free outdoor concerts from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.