Among the artists featured in the art show for The Stew Pot were Steven McGee and Joseph Leon Haynes, pictured here with Northridge associate pastor Susan Sytsma Brat.

Art for a Cause

Northridge Presbyterian Church held an art show for The Stew Pot. The Lakewood church donates almost 25 percent of its operating costs to nonprofits including The Stew Pot, which serves as a resource center for homeless and at-risk people in Dallas. About $3,000 in art was sold. Among the artists were Steven McGee and Joseph Leon Haynes, pictured here with Northridge associate pastor Susan Sytsma Brat.

 In and Out

 

Frankie Pucciarelli went through the line at new In-N-Out burger four times before 1 p.m.

Although the opening day turnout for the new In-N-Out burger location on Caruth Haven wasn’t what was expected, there were still plenty of fans to keep the employees busy. One of those fans was East Dallas resident Frankie Pucciarelli, who went through the line four times before 1 p.m.


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