In a departure from previous years, we will run the discussion in two parts. This month: healthcare and local environmental issues.
Back in 1984, Gary Pridavka’s parents were pleased to hear that “Their Son The Lawyer” had just purchased a large and wonderful old historic home.
The tall and slender East Dallas actor enjoys a local career in stage and film.
Dr. Bruce Weaver has a personal definition of the word “neighbor,” and it extends far beyond the boundaries of his Lakewood home.
When you first drive up, you may wonder what would entice a young, newly independent chef to locate his first restaurant here.
Heard rumors that drought is cutting into the California grape harvest, or that a trade dispute will send French vintages soaring?
A roundup of happenings in our neck of the woods …
The Virginia nobleman George Mason is worthy of remembering alongside the more famous George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison.
Thanks to a strong economy and the nationwide “back to the city” movement, more and more people who might not have considered it before are looking at East Dallas neighborhoods as places to settle.