Several years ago, John Killian’s youngest son, Sam, was diagnosed with Duchenne, the most common form of muscular dystrophy.
Former Club Dada owner Doak Boettiger doesn’t book concerts anymore, but he can still book a great party — for the kids.
Hirsch’s latest is called “Caveopolis,” the story about a city of injustice, where truth will prevail.
A look at the many home tours around our neighborhood in April and May.
If you saw a group of people on Easter last year wearing bunny suits and pulling Santa’s sleigh down Newell Street, then you have already encountered Liz Simmons and her friends.
The simple idea of a dog walk around White Rock Lake is now an event that is expected to draw 5,000 people and raise more than $20,000.
What good is a beautiful garden if you can’t show it off? Five of the greenest thumbs in the city, including a few in our neighborhood, are opening their private gardens for viewing.
The neighborhood hasn’t always been a neighborhood where kid-sightings were common.
The show features an eclectic mix of artwork, from crocheted hats to blown glass pieces to homemade candles.
The annual home tour — accompanied by a party, auction, cafe and market — is LECPTA’s only annual fund-raising event.
Lake Highlands residents Beth Highgenboten and Jinna Russell conceived the inaugural event as a fund-raiser for Weimaraner Rescue of North Texas.
These neighborhood residents prove that being more than just a State Fair of Texas spectator can be rewarding and, in some cases — we’re…