When retired businessman J.E.R. Chilton pledged $500,000 towards a new East Dallas YMCA facility if an additional $500,000 was raised within one year, the stuff and volunteers raced to meet the deadline.
Between 1926 and 1941, Hutsell built 50 homes in our neighborhood.
Although many think of the builder’s realm as a predominately male one, Lakewood builder Burk refuses to give in to preconceived notions.
“I just loved the architectural details,” Sherry Ludke said in an attempt to explain how she saw through the “handyman’s dream” condition of the home she and husband Fritz were hoping to buy.
Over the last few years East Dallas has been at the center of numerous land use debates. Is a grocery store appropriate in an area zoned residential? Is a car wash an appropriate use in a historic district?
I think that there is a valid place for the educational and historical value of Civil War reenactments, but each one of us bears the responsibility to also educate ourselves.
In a city where upscale eateries are numerous, fiercely competitive and often short-lived, this one remains an enigma.
For those who have retired from the workforce and do not have routine access to them, the current wave of computerized technology can seem somewhat staggering.
The city’s own safari expert, Susan Campbell, Outreach Coordinator at the Dallas Museum of Natural History, has uncovered a prime spot in east Dallas that’s ripe for exploration.
Woodrow has a good track record in dealing with the biggest challenge that public schools have to face: serving all the students in its district, a fair number of who face disadvantages.
Virtually all the lenses in opera glasses were made in Paris, says Finch, by manufacturers such as Lemaire, La Reine, Denise, Badere, Audemair, Iris and Marel.
Such evil could only happen because many good people stood by and did nothing.