Whether you’re looking for improved physical fitness, healthy competition, camaraderie or pure silliness, there’s a sport for you. You just might not know it exists.
Old East Dallas residents Scott Gleeson and Dane Larsen's current art project, “Las Manos Negras,” comprise many elements, starting with an oral history of migrant day laborers.
Neighborhood residents relive moments shared with artist Jerry Bywaters Lone star legend Jerry Bywaters opens the door to his office, wearing his usual coat and tie along with his checkered,
On an otherwise typical sunny Sunday afternoon, a sudden gust swept over White Rock Lake. Paddleboarder Joe Cunningham, 57, along with his 21-year-old son and his wife, couldn’t stay upright.
Louise Woerner Sellers welcomes you with a face open and inviting as a spring-fed pool on a July day. She smiles wide, and you know instantly she’s glad to see
Blondes vs. Brunettes is an annual powder-puff football fundraiser benefitting the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Dallas.
Donelle Simmons and her mom, Marilyn Simmons, operate DFW Truck Farm, a nonprofit educational service to teach the public, and children especially, about nutrition and growing food.
Small ways that you can make a big difference for nonprofits Have a nice dinner … … and help fight hunger in North Texas. Several neighborhood restaurants are participating in
With people trying to bypass rush-hour traffic and construction projects, our neighborhood streets can sometimes feel like racetracks. It’s not just an irritant; it’s a safety issue.
Aug. 12 Hottest Half & 10k At 7:30 a.m., runners face the heat at the Hottest Half & 10k. The average high for this date is 96 degrees, so pack
Sushi Axiom on Henderson is essentially a package of restaurants, complete with a cozy dining area, a hip bar and lounge, and a Zen-like, air-conditioned patio.
People who don’t like sweet wine dismiss Riesling because it can be sweet, while people who drink sweet wine are often confused by the various ways that riesling is made.
It’s the call nobody wants to receive while on vacation — someone has broken into the house. But it was what Dave Bintz received while he and his family were
Those of us who expected Lincoln to dazzle us with their vision for the redevelopment of the intersection will not need sunglasses. Lincoln’s plans are as disappointing as they are
I don’t see too many people taking responsibility for their actions anywhere — corporate, government or private individuals. All I see in the media is finger-pointing and shoulder-shrugging and
The lowdown on what’s up with neighborhood businesses Chicago-based Green Grocer coming to Lower Greenville At the end of 2011, we learned that Trader Joe’s would open on Lower Greenville
Dude looks like a lady Three Marilyns, who look a little more like Marvins, were among the creative floats during the Lakewood Fourth of July Parade. Our future leaders
Dallas Arboretum has unveiled new solar-powered trams and carts. Green Mountain Energy Company and the Dallas Arboretum have six solar-powered trams that some visitors will use to tour the 66