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Some of America's youth are great kids, even in the face of adversity.

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Five residents who fought the good fight tell us why the avenue’s grand mansions are still standing.

Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean students should stop learning, and you don’t have send your kid to a camp far away.

This resident stands alone, straddling the line of supporting the Y’s mission but believing the new facility will lower his home value.

Lakewood resident Mark Heger, 26, started waterskiing at age 5, wakeboarding at 10 and turned it all into a summer camp business by 15.

Launch

Thomas Martinelli comes bounding through the house like a pre-k hurricane, but at school, the 4-year-old is learning to read Braille and walk with a cane because he is preparing

Help Mom branch out — but don't foist something on her she may not like — with these three suggestions.

The highly anticipated Chihuly exhibit opens this month with dramatic, colorful glass sculptures in more than 15 locations throughout the Dallas Arboretum.

Bonham principal Sandra Fernandez and the entire Bonham staff are moving to a new school, Adelfa Botello Callejo Elementary School in Pleasant Grove.

Woodrow's principal sat down with us recently to talk about how the year went and his goals for the coming school year.

Delicious

Most Bryan Street Tavern diners come for the stone-fired, thin-crust pizza with ingredients from revered Italian grocer Jimmy’s Food Store.

Wine

Help Mom branch out — but don't foist something on her she may not like — with these three suggestions.

True Crime

A thief stole the keys from an unlocked gym locker.

All Columns

As difficult as it is for cynics like me to believe, that the city — and its residents — have apparently gotten the hang of this water conservation thing.

There’s something to be said for figuring out what you want to do and then just doing it — no overthinking, no hand-wringing, no regrets.

Being a peacemaker doesn’t mean shunning those who sacrifice for us.

Scene and Heard

Lottie Minick of Forest Hills is a Dallas Arboretum volunteer who lent a hand last month with the Chihuly installation.

News and Notes

East Dallas Cub Scouts in the Tejas Caddo District of Circle Ten Council of the Boy Scouts of America held their annual Pinewood Derby in March.