Dallas endured 52 days of 100-plus temperatures in 1953, just one part of a deadly, statewide heat wave and drought that lasted from 1951 to 1957.
On his solo debut, You Are Here (Aware Records) Pierce utilizes much of the radio friendly sound that personified Jackopierce.
Kathi Eckel was on the court teaching the day she had her daughter, so you might say that Tara was born to play tennis.
Andy Waters was perfect for the job. He had both the lifelong green thumb and the experience needed to undertake just such a project.
Fresh ground coffees, pies of every description, and the unmistakable smell of flour, sugar and eggs baking in a glorious concoction somewhere in the back.
The wine often sits in a in a corner of the store in a small, funny-looking bottle. But that doesn’t mean the contents aren’t worth exploring.
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Whether he’s picking up donated food for the White Rock Center of Hope or greeting visitors to the Dallas Arboretum, Derrick can almost always be found volunteering.
Vacation, in other words, is a good time to renew vocation.
I wasn’t around for the heat wave of the ’50s described in this month’s Advocate, but I’ve lived in Dallas most of my life,…