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718 Dumas/Buzzbrews owner Ernest Belmore bought his 1932, Craftsman-planned, Queen Anne-embellished home in the Junius Heights Historic District from the second owner. It lay vacant for approximately a year and

Nancy Elliott and Lucy Lugo are looking to put some box makers out of business. They had a professional organizing business, which people often hired during big moves. “People were

Q: I’ve got chemical waste, a broken computer, old batteries and other various things hanging out in my garage — how do I dispose of them? A: No matter what

Losing one of two weekly trash pickup days is not the primary source of groans and grouses around our neighborhood concerning the OneDAY Dallas initiative that began in March. Instead,

Brown-eyed beauty GINGER, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, loves to cozy up on the sofa next to her people poppa, East Dallas resident Benjamin Lopez.

It might seem ironic that Michael Allen, a self-described “church kid”, is starring in documentary titled “Beware of Christians”. “I called myself a Christian, went to church, prayed, all that

“Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome.” So said Booker T. Washington,

Ju-Nel Homes and their mid-century modern architecture inspired the first White Rock Home Tour five years ago. The tour showcases modern and eco-friendly homes in our neighborhood, and continues to

Torey Harrah is bored and wants to check her Facebook page. Like many teenagers, she’s obsessed with the online social network, where she spends hours every day. “Are we done?”

Laurence Cole is a boxing referee who has traveled the world and officiated hundreds of bouts, including three fights featuring Oscar De La Hoya and a matchup between Manny Pacquiao

This Month, Set Sail … … at the Leukemia Cup Regatta at White Rock Lake April 23-25, part of a sailboat racing series chaired by Gary Jobson, a world-champion sailor,


Click on the photo to view a video>> You won't find a stove, oven or microwave inside the kitchen at Bliss Raw Café. Like the name suggests, everything here

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The family heirloom vanished in the break-in. Ellen Key most cherished one piece of jewelry among all of the pieces she had owned. This piece had quite a story, a

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When I go into a meeting these days, many of my co-workers — most of the young ones, anyway — do exactly the same thing. They plop into a chair,

We Dallasites, on the whole, care about our trees. The good news is that the proposed update of the Dallas Tree Preservation Ordinance, which I wrote about last month, includes

The big news in East Dallas has been the four-alarm fire that changed the landscape of Lower Greenville . On March 2 at 5 a.m., a fire started at Terilli’s

Should I be worried about my patriotism? Watching the Winter Olympics in Vancouver last month, I realized something was happening that caused me pause. I found myself quietly cheering for

Get ready for a political battle that is going to make the Trinity and hotel votes look like preschool tea parties. We should know next month whether we’ll vote later

Community THE BISHOP LYNCH BRIGADE’S THIRD ANNUAL Spring Market is May 1 from 9-5 p.m. at Bishop Lynch, 9750 Ferguson. For information on renting a booth, email info@bishoplynchbrigade.org THE BRYAN

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COMMUNITY The Bishop Lynch Brigade’s third annual Spring Market is May 1 from 9-5 p.m. at Bishop Lynch, 9750 Ferguson. For information on renting a booth, email info@bishoplynchbrigade.org. The Bryan Adams