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Lifelong Dallasite Shawn Terry is about to have a new home address. This month, the investment banker and co-founder of MHT Midspan became the latest owner of a new Bleu Ciel condominium.

Situated within the 18-city block district of HARWOOD, the 33-story condominium tower is being developed by Harwood International. The property will offer the location and amenities that today’s discriminating homebuyers demand.

“I was looking into moving from my home in Kessler Park into the city, but there were very few options that offered the quality of design and amenities I wanted,” Terry says. “Harwood International’s high-rises far exceeded any other developer.”

Just 10 years ago, the Dallas urban living scene looked decidedly different, with few opportunities for upscale in-city living. However, the desire for work-live-play communities, local retail and a diverse yet close-knit neighborhood have fueled the development of mixed-use areas such as the district of HARWOOD.

Now, as Dallas has earned an international reputation as a cosmopolitan city — thanks in part to a world-renowned arts district, multiple sporting venues, and a long list of lauded retail and dining establishments — it has transformed in to what Terry calls an “urban oasis.” Affluent professionals like Terry want to live in areas that facilitate their active lifestyles, offer a breadth of culinary experiences and provide convenience. The fact that Bleu Ciel is adjacent to the fitness-friendly Katy Trail and within walking distance to his place of work are two other reasons why Terry chose to move.

Beauty inside and out
Inside the community, Bleu Ciel has it all: a world-class spa, innovative fitness center, two Olympic-sized pools, private garages, valet and concierge services, private dog park, private wine tasting room, and a social room with kitchen and cinema. Terry and the other residents will also enjoy select retail on the ground floor, including a gourmet grocery market offering resident delivery, bike shop, juice bar and additional dining establishments.

And then there are the views. Residents will have floor-to-ceiling windows and sweeping terraces that afford 360-degree panoramic views of downtown, Park Cities and the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.

A prominent location, grand amenities and pristine finishes are many of the reasons why affluent professionals of all ages are moving to Bleu Ciel.

Bleu Ciel is poised to redefine luxury Sky-rise Living. Discover all that Bleu Ciel has to offer with a visit to the sales center at 3008 N. Harwood St., or call 214-965-1099. Please also visit us online and on Facebook.

A rendering of Bleu Ciel’s resort-style pool deck.

Bleu Ciel Pool Deck
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A rendering of Bleu Ciel’s resort-style pool deck.
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Own a piece of the Dallas sky at Bleu Ciel luxury condominium tower

Sky-Rise Living

Global real estate developer Harwood International has broken ground on its newest high-rise tower, a 33-story luxury condominium community called Bleu Ciel. Tucked inside the District of HARWOOD, this world-class “Sky-rise” will offer two- and three-bedroom floor plans with designer-appointed luxury finishes and premium appliances.

On December 8, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings joined Gabriel Barbier-Mueller, Harwood International founder and CEO, and Dallas City Council members Adam Medrano and Philip Kingston for the official groundbreaking ceremony, which signaled the commencement of the inaugural phase of construction. Also on hand were members of the Swiss Club, who delighted the participants with a special alp horn performance that honored the Swiss heritage of Harwood International.

Urbanites looking for sophisticated, amenity-rich living have the opportunity to “own of piece of the sky” by purchasing a home at Bleu Ciel. With a completion date scheduled for 2016/2017, Bleu Ciel will offer homes priced starting from the mid-$700,000s.

The “It” Factor
Bleu Ciel is poised to become the most coveted condominium community in the nation. The building will offer unparalleled amenities, including two junior Olympic-sized pools with cascading water features, poolside kitchen, resident-only spa designed by the award-winning Be a Dragonfly Spa Group, premier fitness center, private garages, climate-controlled wine storage and social spaces, onsite dog run, social room with catering kitchen, 24/7 concierge services, and valet parking.

On the ground floor of the building, residents will enjoy high-end retail such as a gourmet grocery market and bistro, juice bar, and bike shop. The community will reflect a resort-like ambience with curated garden environments designed by world-renowned landscape architect Sadafumi Uchiyama. Other nationally lauded members of the Bleu Ciel team include architectural firm HDF LLC and design architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte.

Bleu Ciel is located across the street from Harwood International’s Azure condominium tower and is in proximity to attractions such as the Dallas Design District, Dallas Arts District, Katy Trail, American Airlines Center, Nobu, Klyde Warren Park, and Perot Museum of Nature and Science.

Bleu Ciel is poised to redefine luxury Sky-rise Living. Discover all that Bleu Ciel has to offer with a visit to the sales center at 3008 N. Harwood St., or call 214-965-1099. Please also visit us online at www.bleucielliving.com and Facebook.

Jeff Weeks, Robert Montgomery, Oliver Barbier-Mueller, Mayor Mike Rawlings, Gabriel Barbier-Mueller, Adam Medrano, Alexis Barbier-Mueller, Philip Kingston and Trieu Hoang at the groundbreaking.

Bleu Ciel groundbreaking
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Jeff Weeks, Robert Montgomery, Oliver Barbier-Mueller, Mayor Mike Rawlings, Gabriel Barbier-Mueller, Adam Medrano, Alexis Barbier-Mueller, Philip Kingston and Trieu Hoang at the groundbreaking.

Bleu Ciel unveils its design with a stunning, must-see film

Bleu Ciel's Big Reveal

It starts with a reveal so graceful, you’ll probably need to catch your breath.

In a film that provides a glimpse of what will soon be the Sky-rise known as Bleu Ciel, a blue silk fabric glides down a 33-story building to uncover the property’s stunning residences, pools and amenities. Set to a modern version of the song, “Fever,” the film weaves through the development, showing the modern space designed by a dream team that includes world-renowned design architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte; architect of record HDF, LLC; spa group Be a Dragonfly; landscape architect Sadafumi Uchiyama; and global real estate developer Harwood International.

If Harwood International’s latest luxury property doesn’t give you fever, it’ll most certainly give you chills.

The Team
Bleu Ciel’s design team will bring the city of Dallas the ultimate in two- and three-bedroom luxury urban living. Here’s a glimpse into the who’s who behind Bleu Ciel.

Jean-Michel Wilmotte is an architect, city planner, and designer who’s famous for his eclectic approach to architectural design. Wilmotte has been the design architect for projects such as the Ferrari Sporting Management Center, Maranello-Fiorano; La Réserve Hotel, Ramatuelle; LVMH’s headquarters, Paris; Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Paris; and Musée d’Orsay, Paris.

HDF, LLC is a full-service architectural firm specializing in commercial and multifamily mid- and high-rises. HDF has built on the successes of Harwood International in creating exemplary developments through the alignment with world-renowned architects James KM Cheng, Michael Graves and Richard Keating. The firm produced the Frost Tower, located in the district of HARWOOD.

Be a Dragonfly is an award-winning spa design group. The firm’s spa at Primland Resort is recognized by Condé Nast as one of the top 25 spas in the world. Bleu Ciel’s exclusive resident-only Dragonfly Spa will offer an extensive array of treatments designed for rejuvenation and pampering.

Sadafumi Uchiyama apprenticed in traditional Japanese gardening and formally trained in Western landscape architecture, which has allowed him to design and build a unique range of private and public landscape projects. Uchiyama is the garden curator for Portland Japanese Gardens, and his work includes the renovation of Osaka Garden in Chicago and the renovation of Shofu-en Garden at Denver Botanic Gardens.

Harwood International is a global real estate developer and investor, known internationally as a purveyor for building some of the world’s finest developments. Harwood International is best known for creating the district of HARWOOD.

Bleu Ciel will feature a ground floor of retail gems, such as a gourmet grocer that delivers in-home and poolside, a juice bar, a bike shop, and additional dining options. The building is located within HARWOOD, which means more than 100 restaurants, retail and cultural venues are within a 10-minute walk.

A lauded design team, great location and outstanding amenities make a strong case for Bleu Ciel, and there are even more reasons to reserve your home today. To see the full Bleu Ciel “unveiling” film, please click here.

Bleu Ciel is poised to redefine luxury Sky-rise Living. Discover all that Bleu Ciel has to offer with a visit to the sales center at 3008 N. Harwood St., or call 214-965-1099. Please also visit us online and on Facebook.

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5 reasons (for starters) you want to live at Dallas Sky-rise Bleu Ciel

Sky-Rise Living

If you ever considered poolside service to be the summit of luxe, or thought an elevator ride from your front door to one of the world’s top spas was reserved for the toniest resorts, or believed that expansive outdoor terraces were just a dream, then we have two words for you: Bleu Ciel.

Nestled within the 18-block live-work-explore district of Harwood, the land that will be developed into Bleu Ciel (French for “blue sky”) is about to begin taking shape. Next month, Harwood International — the developers of the famed Azure Condominiums, Rolex Building and Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar — will break ground on the 33-story splendor that is poised to be called the nation’s most elegant condominium development ever.

Bleu Ciel will feature two- and three-bedroom homes ranging from 1,300 to more than 7,000 square feet. Here’s why Bleu Ciel should pique your very serious interest about Sky-rise living.

Buyer’s Market
If ever there was a time to purchase a brand-new condominium, it’s now. The condo market in Texas is on an upward trajectory, signaling a move to buy sooner rather than later — before the strengthening market turns up the heat on home prices. While homes at Bleu Ciel start in the mid $700,000s, those numbers will continue to escalate. Expect prices to go up next year, particularly as demand continues to increase.

Flowing Floor Plans
Each floor plan at Bleu Ciel will be spacious and well-executed, and it will adhere to a cadence and flow that project a warm, open, modern environment. The design is exactly what you’d expect from world-renowned architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte, whose impressive resume includes the Hotel Oriental Mandarin, LVMH’s headquarters in Paris and Ferrari Sporting Management Center.

The meticulous selection of interior finishes was inspired by international luxury resort design and high-caliber architecture from around the world. With color schemes ranging from Dawn to Dusk to Midnight, Bleu Ciel has many options to curate the perfect interiors for your home.

Extraordinary Amenities
Bleu Ciel will feature a world-class spa, innovative fitness center, two junior Olympic-sized pools, private garages, valet and concierge services, private wine tasting room, social room with full-service kitchen and cinema, private dog park, landscaped gardens, and more.

Another reason that Bleu Ciel is so visionary is the fact that this one magnificent building will provide access to some of our most coveted everyday necessities. The first floor of the Sky-rise will feature a gourmet grocery market offering resident delivery, juice bar, bike shop and additional dining options. And its very location at the northern tip of Harwood puts the property just outside Katy Trail and within a 10-minute walk to more than 100 restaurants, retail and cultural venues.

Your Point of View
The views: stunning, romantic and panoramic. With floor-to-ceiling windows and grand, sweeping terraces, residents will enjoy 360-degree views of downtown Dallas, Park Cities and the Calatrava Bridge. Entertaining reaches its peak with guests dazzled by the sights and lavish indoor and outdoor spaces.

Fine Finishes
With luxury condominium design, every detail matters, from the powder room countertops to the wood flooring. Bleu Ciel’s interior designers and developers have planned every square inch with meticulous precision and selection of the finest finishes and appliance brands, such as Miele.


Bleu Ciel is poised to redefine luxury Sky-rise living. Discover all that Bleu Ciel has to offer with a visit to the sales center at 3008 N. Harwood St. or by calling 214-965-1099. Visit us online at Bleucielliving.com and Facebook.

A rendering of Bleu Ciel’s resort-style pool deck.

Bleu Ciel Pool Deck
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A rendering of Bleu Ciel’s resort-style pool deck.
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Famous doner kebab restaurant tops this week's 5 hottest Dallas headlines

This week's hot headlines

Editor's note: A lot happened this week, so here's your chance to get caught up. Read on for the week's most popular headlines. Looking for the best things to do this weekend? Find that listhere. Heading to the State Fair? Find a full list of discounts here.

1. Famous doner kebab restaurant makes Dallas debut with location in Frisco. A big name in doner kebabs has come to Dallas-Fort Worth: German Doner Kebab, famous for pioneering gourmet doner kebabs in the UK and worldwide, opened its first location in Frisco, at 12025 E. University Dr. #100, on September 25.

2. Where to drink in Dallas right now: 5 best new happy hours. Maybe because it's fall or maybe because we're just lucky, but it's an especially rich time right now for happy hour offerings, with five spots that have either just debuted new happy hours (or are about to debut).

3. Art Institutes college chain shuts down all campuses, including Dallas. In tragic news for higher education, the Art Institutes, a network of colleges in eight cities around the U.S. including Dallas, is shutting down all campuses as of September 30.

4. A Bennigan's-inspired list of all the Monte Cristo sandwiches in Dallas. In the world of sandwiches, the name Bennigan's brings to mind one thing: their world-famous Monte Cristo. Here’s a comprehensive list of other places to get a Monte Cristo in DFW.

5. American doll store relocates flagship from one Dallas mall to another. The American Girl store is departing its current location at Galleria Dallas and relocating to The Shops at Park Lane where it will establish a new flagship in a two-story space between Nordstrom Rack and opposite HomeGoods. It will open in early 2024.

New brunches and fall dishes put some yum in this Dallas restaurant news

News You Can Eat

Fall weather may not be here yet but Dallas restaurants are happily paying no mind, gifting us with ramen, pumpkin pancakes and pumpkin souffles, and beer cheese fondues. It'll be cold soon enough. There are also some restaurant openings here, some new brunches, and a meal deal for seniors.

Here's what's happening in Dallas restaurant news.

Fish City Grill has opened a location in Prosper at 1150 S. Preston Rd., just north of U.S. Highway 380 in The Gates of Prosper. It features seafood and cocktails, with specials on the restaurant’s trademark Chalkboard which are unique to each location and change twice each day. (Visit fishcitygrill.com/locations to view the Chalkboard cameras.) This is the chain's 23rd location.

White Rhino Coffee has opened a location in Frisco at 8075 FM 423 #100. This is the 10th location for the chain first founded in 2007 by Chris Parvin in Cedar Hill.

Captain D’s has opened a new location at 522 E. Belt Line Rd. in Cedar Hill, owned and operated by Golden Chick franchisee Joseph Omobogie. It's the 21st Captain D’s in Texas and a momentous step for Omobogie, who has 14 Golden Chick locations, as he ventures into new culinary territory. Captain D's serves fried catfish, fried shrimp, and chicken tenders.

True Food Kitchen has unveiled what a release calls "its biggest menu innovation of 15 years" with a reimagined brunch and cocktail program in addition to new seasonal dishes. Brunch highlights include Cinnamon Toastini, Berry Cerealtini, huevos rancheros, Hawaiian Fried Rice, and a tasting tower. New cocktails include Dazzling Eyes with Don Q rum, coconut, carrot juice, and Thai basil; and True Story with gin, chareau aloe, cucumber, snap pea, pineapple, and lemon.

Stirr recently launched a new autumn menu, with brunch, lunch, main and cocktail offerings including Pumpkin Spice pancakes, Chicken & Waffles, Wagyu Italian Beef Sandwich, Fried Chicken Cobb, Baby Back Ribs, Chicken Parm, Cajun Chicken Frites, Steakhouse Salad, Blackened Redfish, Lobster Ravioli, Beer Cheese Fondue, and a Count of Monte Cristo sandwich, which is so trendy right now.

McRae’s American Bistro is introducing a new weekend brunch on Sunday October 1, with deviled eggs, jalapeno pimento cheese, frittata muffaletta, chicken & waffles, chipotle eggs benedict, Lakewood latke, croque madame, corned beef hash & eggs, and more. More being cocktails, including a bloody Mary bar, espresso martini, sangria, wines, and beer. It'll run Saturday-Sunday from 11 am-3 pm.

BarNone has launched a new Whiskey Club. Members get a monthly e-newsletter, access to distillery and brewery tours, access to BarNone's master distiller meet & greets, entry into year-end Pappy Van Winkle 10 year and BTAC (George Stagg, William Larue Weller, Sazerac 18, Thomas Handy and Eagle Rare 17 year) giveaway, free whiskey rating forms, access to allocated whiskeys, ryes, scotches, and world whiskeys, and BarNone Whiskey Club private barrels. BarNone has also expanded its whiskey offerings to 173 varieties with selections from Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Texas, UK, Japan, and Ireland. Entry is free, sign up online.

Loro Asian Smokehouse & Bar has a new Miso-Chili Tonkotsu Ramen with charred bok choy, scallions, sun noodle, sesame, ajitama egg, and choice of brisket or prawns, for $18, served Tuesday-Wednesday starting at 4 pm.

Monarch has a new dessert for the fall: Pumpkin Spice Latte Souffle featuring pumpkin spice, coffee crème anglaise, and sweet cream ice cream, available through the end of October.

Tiff’s Treats has new filled cookies including PB&J (peanut butter cookie with raspberry jam) and decadent Double Chocolate Salted Caramel (Double Chocolate cookie filled with dulce de leche and sprinkled with sea salt). They're available in a combo package where you get a dozen filled and a dozen classic for $43.

Melting Pot, the fondue restaurant, has launched an Oktober FondueFest limited-time 3-course menu with Bavarian Beer Cheese Fondue paired with dippers like bratwurst, braised short rib, and pretzels, with choice of salad and decadent Black Forest Chocolate Fondue. German-inspired sips include the new Black Forest Fashioned and St-Germain Spritz cocktail along with seasonal Sam Adams Octoberfest. Served Monday-Thursday through October 26.

Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille has a 3-course senior menu for 65+ before 6 pm, available daily for $39. First course offers choices from wedge, Caesar, field green, pear & candied pecan salad, French onion soup, or lobster bisque. Second course offers choices from pork chop, filet mignon, salmon, chicken oscar, vegan skillet chopped steak, or fried shrimp. Third course is side dish or dessert from a choice of cheesecake, chocolate crunch tower, crème brûlée, whipped potatoes, creamed spinach, or chargrilled vegetables.

Pappasito's celebrates its 40th anniversary through October at all four DFW locations including two at DFW Airport, plus locations in Arlington and Fort Worth with a $40 special on beef fajitas or beef & chicken fajita platters, with guacamole, rice, frijoles a la charra, and tortillas serving 2-3 people, available on Wednesdays starting at 4 pm.

Taco Bell has brought back its cult-favorite Nacho Fries, but with a new twist: a Vegan Nacho Sauce. Nacho Fries - fries with a spicy seasoning, which are "accidentally" vegan - were first introduced in January 2018, and have been retired and brought back several times. They ordinarily come with queso. The Vegan Nacho Sauce previously appeared in a Vegan Crunchwrap the chain tested in June 2023. The sauce got high marks, so Taco Bell decided to offer it on a national scale with their beloved Nacho Fries. The Nacho Fries on their. own are available now in two sizes: regular for $2.19 and a new large size for $2.99; Vegan Nacho Sauce will be available starting October 12.

McDonald’s of North Texas is adding two new limited-edition sauces to the menu starting October 9: McDonald’s Sweet & Spicy Jam, a jammy red pepper dipping sauce with apple cider vinegar, Szechuan peppercorn, and cayenne pepper; Mambo Sauce, a tomato-based sweet, spicy, and vinegary sauce inspired by the regional Washington, D.C. area sauce staple.

Luckys the Oak Lawn diner is celebrating the State Fair of Texas with two limited-edition menu items: two corn dogs with fries, for $11, and Cotton Candy Pilsner from Texas Ale Project for $5.50, served through October 22.

Target has a new free Drive Up service for Starbucks menu items where customers can place an order and have it delivered straight to their car. The service has been popular in other markets and now it's in Dallas. The three top-selling items for Drive Up with Starbucks are Iced Brown Sugar Oatmilk Shaken Espresso, Birthday Cake Pop, and Iced Caramel Macchiato. You place your order, park in the Drive Up area, and tap “I’m here” in the Target app. A Target staffer delivers the Starbucks order, along with whatever else in your Drive Up purchase. By October, all 1,700-plus Target stores that have a Starbucks Café and offer Drive Up will have the Drive Up with Starbucks service.

Dunkin’ has launched the Texas Dunkin’ Community Cruiser, a mobile coffee truck that delivers free samples of hot and iced coffee directly to local community events. The Texas Dunkin’ Community Cruiser follows in the footsteps of several successful Cruiser programs built throughout the country over the last 10 years.

Norma's Cafe will provide six meals to the North Texas Food Bank for every holiday dinner purchased from now until November 18. The original Oak Cliff location at 1123 W. Davis St. will be open on Thanksgiving Day, November 23 from 11 am-1 pm to feed the homeless.

Salata, the salad chain, has launched of bottled salad dressings in its five most popular flavors: Buttermilk Ranch, Chipotle Ranch, Herb Vinaigrette, Balsamic Vinaigrette, and Ginger Lime Vinaigrette. They come in 12.5-oz bottles and are available at select H-E-B locations for $6.48.

The ADD SOY Act has been introduced in the U.S. Senate by Sens. John Fetterman (D-Pa.), John Kennedy (R-La.), Cory Booker, (D-N.J.), and Roger Wicker (R-Miss.), to give kids a plant-based milk option to cow’s milk in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), and allows for the USDA to reimburse schools for those purchases, just as it does for cow’s milk. The new Senate bill number is S. 2943, and is a companion to the U.S. House of Representatives bill H.R. 1619, introduced by Reps. Troy Carter (D-LA) and Nancy Mace (R-SC).

Farrah Fawcett Foundation honors cancer-crusading 'angel' Katie Couric at 2023 Dallas benefit

Starry night

Hollywood icons and angels descended on Dallas for the second year, for the 2023 Farrah Fawcett Foundation Tex-Mex Fiesta.

Held at The Rustic on September 28, the star-studded benefit included a red carpet, Tex-Mex buffet dinner, award presentations, live auction, and margaritas that flowed all night long - all to raise money for the fight against cancer. Proceeds went to The American Cancer Society/Cattle Baron's Ball and Stand Up To Cancer.

Co-chairs Alana Stewart, Jaclyn Smith, and Linda Gray - the late Farrah Fawcett's bestie, Charlie's Angels co-star, and last year's Angel Award winner, respectively - welcomed guests. Then actor and famously tanned man George Hamilton took over to emcee the presentations with his signature charm, wit, and sweet banter with ex-wife Stewart.

Dr. Lawrence Piro, Fawcett’s former oncologist and Chief Medical Advisor for the Farrah Fawcett Foundation, underscored the importance of the evening’s fundraising efforts. Fawcett passed away from rectal cancer in 2009, at the age of 62. The foundation that bears her name and raises money for cancer-related causes is her greatest legacy, her friends agreed on stage.

A live auction led by Samantha Robinson of Heritage Auctions raised thousands of dollars with one-of-a-kind items like lunch with George Hamilton the following day at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek (sold for $10,000) and a "Hollywood Experience" including lunch with "The Fonz" Henry Winkler (sold for $14,000).

Country music star Brett Eldredge got the crowd on its feet with a quick set of his hits, and DJ 13lackbeard kept the party beats lively. Actress Dyan Cannon gave a heartfelt tribute, and Patrick Foley - Fawcett’s long time friend, make-up artist, and Neiman Marcus’ resident make-up artist - was recognized for his support of the Foundation.

But the emotional highlight of the evening was the presentation of the foundation's 2023 Angel Award to Katie Couric. The trailblazing journalist famously underwent a colonoscopy on air after her husband, Jay Monahan, died of colon cancer at age 42 in 1998. In September 2022, Couric revealed her own breast cancer diagnosis.

In her acceptance speech, Couric spoke poignantly about all the things the cancer took away from her two daughters, who were just 2 and 6 years old when their dad passed.

"I know what it's like to lose someone you love way before their time," she said. "In two words: It sucks ... devastating, life-shattering, horrific. No adjective sufficiently describes what that period of my life was like."

She encouraged people not to "get squeamish" about "cancers that occur below the belt" (referring specifically to rectal and colon cancers).

"I've always said, 'Don't die of embarrassment,'" she said. "You know, if we're lucky, we all have colons, we all have anuses, it's just part of our biology, so let's get real about that, people."

After Couric's colonoscopy on The Today Show, the number of people who got screened increased 20 percent, she said.

"But that statistic means so much more," she said. "It means that so many people got to watch their child score a goal at a soccer game, so many people got to watch their child graduate with honors, so many people got to watch their child walk down the aisle."

She said she often wonders what Farrah and Jay would be doing today.

"Honestly, I get so sad and so mad when I think about everything [her daughters] have missed," she said. "We couldn't save them, but we can use every ounce of our energy to spare others from a similar fate."

Among the patrons there to support the event were actress Donna Mills, designer Cynthia Rowley, John Tatum, Jim Foley, Christine Romeo, Jeffrey Lane, and hundreds of generous Dallasites.

Farrah Fawcett Foundation Tex-Mex Fiesta 2023

Photo courtesy of Farrah Fawcett Foundation

Jaclyn Smith, Alana Stewart, Katie Couric, Linda Gray