People usually ask Vincelli about the modeling career that took her to New York City and Milan. But she’s far more enthusiastic about her remodeling career.
This neighborhood resident served on the board of directors from 1979 to 1983 and began volunteering in the office after her professional retirement in 1983.
The Bath House reopened in 1981 as Dallas’ first neighborhood cultural center and was designated as an historical landmark by the City of Dallas Landmark Commission in 1996.
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Unlike the many Dallas chefs determined to pioneer new cuisine, Kosta’s menu features traditional Greek dishes made from traditional Greek recipes.
Works Project Administration laborers built the structure in 1937.
High on the list of items that are important to Dallas and this region is the economy, and we are certainly in the midst…
As the owner of Nickel Ranch in the Lakewood Shopping Center on Abrams Parkway, Minik has created an atmosphere that’s wholesome, comfortable and safe.
Thousands of volunteer hours and millions of dollars — some City, some private — are infusing this urban lake and the surrounding park lands with renewed vitality.
He and his quartet hold court every Sunday night at the Balcony club, but the bulk of his performance schedule is centered around the popular Fairmount hotel.
8000 B.C.: Archaeological finds indicate that the fertile area along White Rock Creek between today’s lake and the Trinity River was a favorite settlement area.
Ouida began her career with The Children’s Center in 1957 as a teacher. She taught for 14 years before being named director.