If a group or individual wants to plant a tree in Dallas, I’m their go-to guy,” says Kretsinger.
They’ve spent the summer building a new walkway stretching from their clubhouse to the lakeshore, and now club members are just waiting for other seafarers to notice
When Diane Golden decided to do something fun with her friends, she didn’t throw a party, she put on a race. And she thought Dallas would like a relay.
Dogs that romp through the leash-free park at Mockingbird and West Lawther can thank Walker — and her Leonberger, Gus — for getting the idea off the ground.
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.
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.
Tammy Bardwell learned about it from a friend who calls it the “secret pool.”
Some cyclists use the streets instead of the bike paths. Is this legal?
Neighborhood children will be scampering through mini geysers and aiming squirt cannons at each other.
Imagine lamps lining the White Rock Lake hike and bike trails, allowing residents to take strolls and exercise even when the dark of night creeps in.
A decade ago, Dallas was not exactly what we would call a recreation enthusiast’s playground.