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One-of-a-kind finds abound — it’s just a matter of figuring out which ones could use a little TLC to create the perfect new entryway piece or living room accent.

The Dallas Historical Society recently received a $15,000 grant from the Young Foundation — a London-based “centre for social innovation” — for an oral history video venture.

The only thing that rivals her love of winning has been teaching neighborhood kids how to swim, something she has done for the past 40 years.

Dirk Snow and the Dallas Disc Golf Association have believed for some time that Samuell-Grand’s 78 acres would be a prime spot for the game.

Before: Hillside neighbors Laura Steen-Patterson and Tom Patterson bought their mid-century home and poolhouse in April 2007. In the’60s, the poolhouse was designed to serve as a potential community pool.

Lakewood and East Dallas are full of lovely spaces that beckon us to take a moment or two of respite or reflection. So we asked a handful of architects who

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Dirk Snow and the Dallas Disc Golf Association have believed for some time that Samuell-Grand’s 78 acres would be a prime spot for the game.

Before: Hillside neighbors Laura Steen-Patterson and Tom Patterson bought their mid-century home and poolhouse in April 2007. In the’60s, the poolhouse was designed to serve as a potential community pool.

The only thing that rivals her love of winning has been teaching neighborhood kids how to swim, something she has done for the past 40 years.

Delicious

There's something especially refreshing about a cool, crisp salad in the sweltering summertime. If you've got a hankering for leafy greens that won't leave you hungry, Bonnie Ruth's has you

True Crime

These types of vehicle burglaries have been prevalent recently in Bill Pierce’s neighborhood.

All Columns

News from Stoney's, the Arcadia site, Yoga Mart and more ...

Reading for fun, cooking out and eating in, gardening, walking at the lake: These good-for-nothing activities amount to something nothing else can match. They revive our spirits and renew us

The people downtown are so hung up on growth that they have forgotten that government is also supposed to provide rec centers, spraygrounds and libraries.

Digging a rut a little deeper or continuing a routine thoughtlessly isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

News and Notes

A roundup of happenings in our neck of the woods.