Todd McCoy entered the News-Telegram’s recent romantic night in the city contest to give his wife, Megan, an unforgettable first anniversary. “It was out of this world,” McCoy said of his dinner Saturday at Ocean Prime. “They had a heart made of rose petals on the table waiting for us. The food and service were fantastic.” After dinner, the McCoys were special guests of vocalist Steve Lippia (left) at intermission of his show with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. During the second part of the show, Lippia dedicated a song to the couple. “It was phenomenal. Thank you so much for a perfect evening.” Photos Courtesy of Todd McCoy
When the curtain opens on The Dallas Opera’s final performance of Giuseppe Verdi’s masterpiece,” Aïda, on Sunday, Nov. 11, several Sulphur Springs Symphony League members and their guests will be in the auidence.
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