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Got the post-holiday blues?

Katie Butler | February 13, 2017 | Feature Features

Valentine's Day marks the end of the holiday season; gone are the days full of New Years festivities, Christmas parties have long passed, and candy hearts will start disappearing from every store's candy bowl. The end of the holidays may leave you with post-holiday nostalgia, but these picks to put on your calendar will leave you feeling anything but blue.
Kevin Garrett will perform at Deep Ellum's The Prophet Bar Feb. 23

1. Joining the Journey
Visit the PDNB Gallery and experience the journey of those who traveled the Underground Railroad as Jeanine Michna-Bales uses her photographs to take visitors alongside the route of slaves. The exhibit, entitled Through Darkness to Light, guides patrons through the 1,400 mile trek starting Feb. 18. Feb. 18- April 15, PDNB Gallery, 154 Glass St., Ste. 104, Ground Level, 214.969.1852

2. Soul-full Sips
Need some inspiration to go to spin? Pōk the Raw Bar has paired with SoulCycle in Uptown to bring you two more additions of #MatchaMonday as Pōk awards guests who purchase any matcha drink with a complimentary SoulCycle class. This soul-full treat lasts only two more weeks, so make sure to add some Machta to your Mondays. Feb. 20 and Feb. 27 all day, Pōk the Raw Bar, 4130 Commerce St., Ste. 105, 512.466.7496

3. Rhythm in Deep Ellum
Kevin Garrett, whose credentials include writing music for Beyoncé’s latest album Lemonade and touring with the X Ambassadors, will be performing at Deep Ellum’s The Prophet Bar. Garrett’s music features characteristics of modern electronic as well as soul, and his tunes have ranked consistently on Spotify’s Top 50 list. Tickets from $13, Feb. 23, The Prophet Bar, 2548 Elm St., 214.742.3667



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