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PaperCity Dallas November 2022

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Buzz YOUR EVER-BUZZY PAPERCITY BEE HAS LOTS TO REPORT THIS MONTH. HE'S GOT THE SWEET SCOOP ON WHAT'S PREMIERING IN DALLAS AND WHAT'S HAPPENING AT OUR FAVORITE HAUNTS. IF YOU SEE HIM AND HAVE SOME NEWS, BE SURE TO SHARE. Retail: If you're getting in your Fitbit steps at Highland Park Village, then check out La Vie Style House's recently launched collaboration with The Woods Fine Jewelry at the corner boutique. A few shiny baubles from the 30-piece collection — comprised of natural and precious stones and mixed metals — will likely be coming home with you … Looking for the perfect pair of boots this fall? Look no further than Hari Mari. That's right, our go-to line for flip-flops, founded by Dallas natives Lila and Jeremy Stewart, continues its expansion into year-round footwear. Pop into the store on Knox Street to see which pair follows you home. And remember, a portion of all sales go to support pediatric cancer … Finally, we're entering the final days to use your Partners Card (the annual promotion ends on November 6). The cards raise crucial funds for The Family Place, allowing the organization to continue its mission of supporting survivors of family violence. One hundred percent of each $75 Partners Card purchase directly supports its programs and services. In turn, shoppers receive a 20 percent discount at more than 700 retailers and a 10 percent discount at participating restaurants. Family Fun: CAMP, the Family Experience Company, just launched Mickey & Friends x CAMP: An Extra Big Adventure. With the holidays around the corner, this is the perfect outing, particularly for the 2- to 8-year-old crowd. But all who adore Disney will likely have a great time in the immersive experience filled with climbing, sliding, bouncing, and dancing … One of our favorite holiday traditions returns — The Trains at NorthPark starts its engines Saturday, November 12. For 35 years, this event has delighted generations of Dallas families, all while benefiting Ronald McDonald House. Social: September and October left us breathless, but our Smythson datebooks A fter traveling the world for seven years as the girlfriend of t h e d r u m m e r for INXS and living the typical rock 'n' roll life of backstage parties and recording studios, Lisa McCormick moved back to Texas and immersed herself researching and cataloging Asian art for a prominent gallery. Then it was a move to Wall Street and into commodities. When this became overwhelming, she looked for her passion — and it was a dive into ancient art and cultures that resonated. On the hunt for a facial toner with more than just astringent properties to combat her allergies, she studied the history of herbal medicine and set out on a journey that would take her back in time to the ancients … and to Dallas. She found her answer in 14th-century beauty elixirs that share one key ingredient: rosemary. From Hungary to Egypt, this natural, holistic solution was perfected and passed down for generations. Two thousand years later, McCormick perfected the formula for her Wild Mary Active Botanical Elixirs — a line of hydrating, nourishing, and rejuvenating elixirs with an advanced CO 2 extract of rosemary that's rich in antioxidants and omega fatty acids, proven to revitalize and nourish. Best of all, Wild Mary products are organic, non-GMO, and free of synthetic chemicals, all packaged inside stunning recycled violet glass bottles. Maggie Miller FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH Wild Mary OBESSSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. remain filled with no end in sight to the lunches and galas. You can access our full calendar at, but here are a few places you'll find us, wearing out chicest yellow-and-black stinger ensemble … The annual New Friends New Life Luncheon with special guest Julia Ormond Friday, November 4, helps the organization restore and empower trafficked and sexually exploited teen girls, women, and their children, while driving awareness of the issue. One of our favorite couples serves as honorary chairs: Matrice Ellis-Kirk and Ron Kirk … There's no time to catch our breath, as we'll be at Zoo To Do Saturday, November 5. It's most definitely a wild affair, and we suggest a Ralph Lauren African safari ensemble as you roam the Dallas Zoo's expansive grounds and catch up with fellow animal lovers … On Sunday, November 6, we'll be at Chefs for Farmers Main Event at Old City Park, which returns for its 11th consecutive year. Spend the afternoon sampling bites from popular and up- and-coming restaurants, paired with some exceptional wineries. We suggest purchasing the VIP ticket ($200; general admission is $135), since it allows you in a hour earlier. If this year is anything like last, be prepared for a fun-loving elbow-to-elbow scene. On Wednesday, November 9, we'll be at the Planned Parenthood 32nd Annual Dallas Awards. Returning to the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, this year's event is co-chaired by mother-daughter powerhouse duo Joanne Teichman and Alysa Teichman, who are honoring Debbie Barnes. Since the event runs from 10:30 am until noon, be prepared to see flocks of well-heeled ladies descend upon the usual hot spots (wink-wink, Grange Hall and Le Bilboquet) for long lunches with lots of rosé. Bits and Bites: In time for the holiday season, The Taschen Library at The Joule resumes its award-winning tea service. Reserve your slot tout suite, as seating on select Sundays in November and December is highly limited. Your $125 for the afternoon also gets you a Taschen book to take home … One of our preferred brunch spots, Sadelle's in Highland Park Village, now offers Sadelle's Marketplace. Pop by the restaurant for culinary take-out. We swooned over the smoked fish and caviar and made a note to try their sandwiches, salads, and rotisserie chicken … Finally, the wait is almost over: Coupes, a champagne bar rooted in France opens its Highland Park doors any moment now. Expect more than 15 champagnes and sparkling wines by the glass and 50 labels by the bottle in a chic space. We'll fill you in with more details after we've parked ourselves in a banquette with a girlfriend for a coupe or two. Billy Fong 34

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