Just two months old, they serve traditional dishes with a couple of added attractions.
“There are some really wonderful wines out there,” says Randy McLaughlin, the director of fine wines for Sigel’s. “And they’re great buys too.”
It’s surprising how many people in the neighborhood don’t even know that such a place exists.
Drive along Williamson Road and through Lakewood Park on a Sunday and you might see him.
In March, thousands of adults and children will gather in one room to tap the beat, clap along, and most important, sing show tunes.
Two lawyers leave their careers at high brow firms to help lower income families in need of legal aid. Well, the funny part is, it’s not a joke.
Mancell’s cozy living room is filled with his handwritten notes, memorabilia, and letters that showcase much of his life.
Volunteering is a Texas tradition. The Volunteer Center of Dallas County plans to celebrate that tradition by honoring some of our city’s best and brightest volunteers.
Just as vitamins and minerals, flossing, cleaning, and brushing are daily disciplines, so there are spiritual routines that keep the soul alive and well.
I’m always amazed, and very pleasantly surprised, at how much Dallas has changed to include people from all over the world.