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Don't let the quarantine fry your brain!
So you've already binged the entire season of "Tiger King" on Netflix. You may have even watched all the Dallas-centric movies we recommended. Time to switch it up with some fresh new content from your favorite neighborhood magazine. Our April Issue is full of amazing home design to boost your creativity and some unusual and cool local businesses that are SO Lakewood. Read the stories online here
or view our digital edition here. (Photo by Danny Fulgencio)

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Our "Postcards from the Pandemic" series shows how life has changed for different neighbors. Read about Jeff Snoyer, owner of Highland Park Cafeteriaa local photographer who takes family photos on your porch in exchange for donations to charity and a neighbor who grieves the death of her grandfather from the coronavirus.

Forest Hills has a social-distance-approved spot for neighbors to sit and chat complete with disinfectant and six feet of distance. 

A Junius Heights resident collects donations to pay neighborhood restaurants to deliver free meals to hospital workers.

White Rock Lake was too crowded so now you'll have to walk, run or bike there.

Just $5 can help the Woodrow robotics team 3D-print face shields for healthcare workers. 
Quarantunes: Take a break from the stress with this Spotify playlist of artists with an East Dallas connection. 

Nyda Faith is one of our 2020 Top Realtors. Here is her story and why she goes above and beyond. *sponsored* 

Wilbur, the State Fair of Texas’ petting zoo pig, almost died. Find out why. 

At Ridgewood Park, an impromptu art gallery featuring local kids' artwork is taking shape along the fence.

If you need a laugh, watch two East Dallas Youtubers sing new tracks about the coronavirus.

A lower M Streets neighbor celebrated her 13th birthday with a huge parade of cars outside her house. 

From one neighborhood business to another, here’s our ode to Burger House.

Looking for a new way to support local businesses? Give them some love on social media by sharing this post. 
We interrupt your regularly scheduled email to pay the bills. 

Day or Night, FRONTLINE ER — Dallas is open for you. For emergencies large or small, right in your neighborhood. Always open. No waiting.

#GardeningIsntCanceled Ready to grow your own food? North Haven Gardens’ open-air nursery is open daily, offering minimal-contact plant pick-up & home delivery options! (Click for more info).

If you have a dental emergency or essential need, please don't go to your local ER or Urgent Care. Our communities need those facilities for COVID-19 and other emergencies. Please call our office at (214) 302-0807

Teatro Dallas celebrates the diversity within the Latino community and showcases both classical and contemporary Latino playwrights in both English and Spanish.

Kittens misbehaving never gets old.

Did you struggle with reading as a child? Pay it forward by helping a child struggling to learn to read.

Everyone should be able to see a doctor without fear of judgment or discrimination.


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