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Modern Luxury Dallas presents Design on Dragon: The Intersection of Art and Design

Design on Dragon Street
Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009
6 to 9 p.m.

Design on Dragon returns for its fifth year on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009, from 6-9 p.m. Live music, food and drinks will be part of the FREE street celebration, that will be part of the new First Thursdays on Dragon. Shuttles will be available for transportation. For more information call (214) 647-5681 or visit Proceeds from the event will benefit Big Thought.

Design on Dragon spotlights the great variety of art galleries, antique stores and home décor stores found on one street in Dallas: Dragon Street. Visit Craighead Green Gallery, Banks Fine Art, HCG Gallery, Joel Cooner Gallery, Antique Floors, Art of Old India, Artizen Fine Arts, Inessa Stewart Pittet Architecturals, Dallas Flooring & Design, Martin & Martin Design and Samuel Lynne Galleries.

In the heart of Dallas’ Design District, near Oaklawn and 35, Design on Dragon is produced and sponsored by Modern Luxury Dallas, Park Place Motorcars, Three Sixty Events, Cork and the Dragon Street Association.

About Modern Luxury Dallas

Modern Luxury Media, LLC (“Modern Luxury”) is the largest publisher of city-regional magazines in the United States, currently publishing 34 magazines across 13 major metro markets including: New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, Dallas, Houston, Washington DC, Atlanta, Honolulu, San Diego, Orange Co., CA. and Napa/Sonoma, CA. Focused on “luxury lifestyle” including fashion, jewelry, dining, travel, design, automotive, art and architecture, Modern Luxury specifically targets the affluent reader. Modern Luxury magazines distribute more than 1 million copies nationally each month, reaching more than 5 million readers per month. The company was founded by brothers Michael and Stephen Kong in 1993 in the city of Chicago.

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