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Some acquire their diploma easily. Others earn theirs against all odds. These graduating seniors didn’t let life’s blows keep them down.

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These neighbors have traded in their backpacks for briefcases to return to their high schools as faculty.

Samuel Bistrian says he saw a young girl in the freezing slush wearing only a pair of sandals. “Her ankles and feet were completely exposed to the elements."

Some acquire their diploma easily. Others earn theirs against all odds. These graduating seniors didn’t let life’s blows keep them down.

There has been at least one class action lawsuit against Federal Pacific Electric, and the company is no longer in business.

Launch

Crossroads owner Tom Fleming imagined it, but stainless steel fabricator Don Kemp of Kemp Steel in East Dallas made it happen.

He’s stepping down from a lucrative job and committing 10 years to the school district.

The four fresh-faced girls sit giggling, bouncing and trying unsuccessfully to sit still under the bright dressing-room lights.

Texas fiddle music is centuries-old music that European settlers brought to Texas, and it evolved over geography and generations.

Drunken drivers, empty beer bottles, random acts of vandalism and the occasional gunfight at Gaston and Garland are typical Saturday night happenings.

“It’s more about emphasizing that education is a human endeavor,” Crotty explains.

This month, play 18 holes or buy a brick.

Hollywood Heights resident Kevin Felton plays strings with the all-volunteer orchestra, which performs romantic and classical styles, baroque and classical church music.

This month, Lucy and Cupcake ham it up.

Delicious

Whether you come in with a hangover or not, chances are you’ll leave Horne & Dekker with a breakfast high (followed shortly by an afternoon nap).

Wine

First and foremost, if you know what Mom likes, give it to her.

True Crime

A small lamp in the foreground illuminates the living room just enough to reveal a man in blue jeans, white tennis shoes, and a dark blue or black sweatshirt.

All Columns

If you read this month's cover stories, you’ll find there’s a “tour guide” of sorts who helped guide them from almost certain failure to almost certain success.

Vote this month. It doesn’t matter who you vote for; just vote.

A new study concludes that churchgoers are more than twice as likely as people with no religious involvement to become obese.

News and updates from Company Café, Organicity, Winedale Tavern's new incarnation and more ...

Scene and Heard

Pictures and happenings from around our neighborhood.

News and Notes

A roundup of happenings in our neck of the woods ...