Todd and Tracy Copelevitz were among the very first families in Dallas to have their Lakewood home wired for high-speed access.
The results provide hard data as to what we have suspected in East Dallas for some time.
Trent, making jewelry since the age of 14, has received first place in both the Platinum Guild’s International Design Competition and the JCK Design Competition.
Over the years, I’ve learned to listen with skeptical amusement when people refer to “The Developers” with the same sinister inflection you or I might use to talk about, oh, say, Saddam Hussein.
I often highlight career successes of many of our alumnus, but I recently read of a true life achiever.
This whole Internet revolution seems a lot like boarding an airplane: I don’t understand it, but I’m going to do it anyway.
When DISD Trustee Ron Price initiated the Teen School Board in 1997, he wanted to bring student voices to the decision-making process.
That, at least, is the hope of tenants and Lincoln Properties, which built the center in 1968 and still manages it.
The theme “Birds in Paradise” is particularly appropriate.
Weller knew from an early age that she wanted to work with animals.
The Halls saw a reason for renovation, and saw a way to do much of the work themselves.
The Volunteer Center recruits volunteers to fill thousands of positions at more than 1,000 nonprofit agencies. But one could argue that no volunteer job is more important than that of a mentor.