Category Archives: reference question

Can you tell me more about Dallas Arts Explorers, the new program for homeschooling families?

We are so glad you’re interested in this program! After continued success with his weekly music class for children, Bill Smith from the Fine Arts Division wanted to find a way to support homeschooling students’ education while also providing them … Continue reading

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I’ve been hearing a lot about feminism recently and I was wondering if the library has any books on that topic. Especially newer books.

Feminism is a movement that has been quickly coming back into light in the past few years. While this brings on a debate as to whether we are still part of the third wave feminist movement (1990’s) or starting a … Continue reading

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I’m looking for data about Dallas. Where do I start?

Whether you’re looking for information for a business plan, grant application, or research project – or you just want to know more about the place where you live – there are a wealth of resources available online and in the … Continue reading

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I’m starting my own business. How can I find my target market and who my competitors are?

If you have industry research questions for your new or established business, consulting with the B.R.A.I.N. staff is a good place to start. The Dallas Business Resource And Information Network (B.R.A.I.N) is a partnership between Dallas’ Office of Economic Development … Continue reading

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What can the Dallas Library do to help me with auditions?

Auditions are the “make or break” moment in performing arts. Regardless of how many acting, comedy, and dance classes you attend, all of it comes down to your audition. Auditions are job interviews – except you don’t need to dress … Continue reading

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