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Video and story: Now and then, Craig Keaton gets personal training clients who tell him, “I just want to get my butt kicked.” They want more than a good sweat

They aren’t paid, but these neighbors are dedicated to their sports — and they're pretty darn good.

Video and story: Each Sunday, the members of recreational role-playing game Amtgard take the White Rock area park back a few centuries.

The baddest broad skating around the rink at Dad's Braodway Skateland is a sweet-faced Lakewood mom, Dara O’Bannon, a.k.a. Pyro Maim Ya.

Launch

The eight-story Wells Fargo building in Lakewood  (home to Advocate Media) was built in the early 1970s and hasn’t changed much since. Its classic whitewashed brick façade and antique-y interiors

There is a place where compasses don’t work, and the only thing to guide you is the sun. That’s where Wayne Maynard wanted to go, and he made it there

Elivs likes to swim, and Sydney likes the Montana countryside.

One-half of the alt-rock band Jackopierce joins St. John’s Episcopal School as its artist-in-residence.

The Glasgow Carwash on Live Oak donates 10 percent of all profits to the Union Gospel Mission. The nonprofit provides meals, clothing, job training and housing for homeless people in

Delicious

There's lots to love about this sports tavern with its retro bar, dark wood paneling and old-time country tunes resonating from the jukebox.

Wine

Screwcaps wines aren't a joke any more. We offer a list of affordable labels, plus a recipe for steamed mussels that go great with a screwcap white.

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Screwcaps wines aren't a joke any more. We offer a list of affordable labels, plus a recipe for steamed mussels that go great with a screwcap white.

Didn’t know him? You’re not alone. Even if you’ve been following the music scene for the past 40 years, you may not remember the guy best known for a single

We have had a long and colorful history with coyotes at the Advocate. Not that we’ve actually seen any, of course. But we’ve heard about them — call it coyote

The Hamoudeh brothers have reopened their popular Lebanese restaurant, Ali Baba, at Greenville and Alta. The brothers decided to reopen Ali Baba because “everybody wants Ali Baba,” says

News and Notes

John Slate, local historian and author, will present a program on the history of Dallas parks at 10 a.m. Oct. 4 at the Community Life Center of Casa Linda United

Lakewood Library Friends will benefit from Whole Foods Market purchases on Tuesday, Sept. 14. Five percent of net sales that day at the Gaston and Abrams grocery store will