It’s the step-by-step repetition of creating the mandala that M Streets artist Terrie Meider finds calming.
When he signed with local company Carpe Diem Records in 1995, he became its fastest selling artist. And now, thanks to the Internet, people across the world download his music.
Susan Flanagan just happened to be sitting at the Dallas Master Gardeners help desk when a call came from a teacher at Robert E. Lee Elementary.
Hirsch’s latest is called “Caveopolis,” the story about a city of injustice, where truth will prevail.
Dallas builder J. Roger Crownrich has never lived on the neighborhood street named after him. However, it is two-and-a-half acres of land he won’t forget.
Most of its mom-and-pop shops are packed with merchandise in spaces much bigger than they appear from the street. On a recent Friday, we visited to find out what customers were hunting for.
Their family business, Nevitt Fragrances, primarily creates fragrance oils used in household products such as candles, potpourri and cosmetics.
It’s nearly impossible to drive along Swiss Avenue without wondering about the history of the stately homes that line one of Dallas’ most famous streets.
Would you believe the finish on his guitars is a mixture of Everclear and a Lac beetle exoskeleton?
Whether it’s a gift or a frivolity, many neighbors will head to our neighborhood shopping center at Gaston and Abrams to find it.
Through Cowgirl Cool, Fisher sells Western fashion to women who ride in rodeos and to women who want to look like they ride in rodeos.
Neighborhood mother Joy Nguyen was like any other loving, nurturing mother who develops a strong bond with her child.