Friday, October 9, 2015

Join us Tomorrow at Yolk and support Hope’s Door

This Saturday, bring your friends to YOLK at One Arts Plaza in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month and pre-game before the Red River Rivalry beginning at 7a.m.!  You’ll enjoy killer pancakes, French toast, breakfast tacos and more with your own bespoke cocktails because it’s BYOB! The best part – you’ll be supporting Hope’s Door, a leading North Texas organization that serves individuals and families facing domestic violence.  

One Saturday every month, YOLK partners with one worthy organization making a difference in our community by donating 10% of the entire day’s profits to that one charity. If you are a 501c3 non-profit (or you would like to nominate one), interested in our monthly brunch program, please contact us! We are already scheduling 2016 brunch dates.

So get your juices flowing at YOLK (cue the mimosas and bloody Mary’s) before you hop in your Uber and head to Fair Park.

Mission Statement:
Hope’s Door serves to offer prevention and intervention services for individuals and families who are affected by domestic violence. It works to provide educational programs as well as to enable the Dallas and surrounding community to respond.

Learn more about Hope’s Door and become a part of a great cause!

Saturday, October 3, 2015

One Arts Plaza features banners created by Booker T. Washington students.

Charlieuniformtango  kicks off its 20th birthday celebration by  featuring bespoke banners designed by Booker T. Washington High School of the Performing and Visual Arts students displayed at the entrance of One Arts Plaza. Graphic designers, David Slack and Tony Wann mentored the thirty-five talented students who submitted original artwork commemorating charlieuniformtango’s anniversary. The winning banners, designed by students Brett Akop, Nik Hermanovski, Halle Van De Hey and Lizette Ayala,will be showcased at One Arts Plaza for the next three months.

A team of expert judges including Steven Grant, Director of Marketing for Billingsley Company and Lola and Todd Lott of charlieunifromtango selected the winning banners.

Stop by One Arts Plaza to view artwork and talent of Dallas’ students! And a very happy 20th anniversary to our friends at charlieuniformtango.

Booker T. Washington High School students collaborate to design the banners.
The winning banner designs are displayed at the front of the One Arts Plaza building. 

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