Historic home’s Latin lure to be showcased during Hollywood Home Tour.
If all goes according to plan, our neighborhood’s most precious natural resource is headed back to its glory days. But will it be a triumph or failure? The answer to that, say the project’s backers, depends largely upon us.
Dear candidates: What type of development (if any), do you favor at White Rock Lake, and how should this development be decided, managed and/or paid for?
If you work, study or have a student at Woodrow Wilson High School, it’s news you most likely already know, news that has cost you to shed a few tears or shake your head in disappointment.
Soon, if you need a prescription filled and you live near Mockingbird, you won’t have to drive very far to get it taken care of.
Shag carpet is making a comeback, and some people like pink tile. These and other revelations from neighborhood design professionals. As residents of communities…
It’s all in the details. Look closely at those homes, and you’ll find special touches that tell you not only who lives there, but what they care about, how they dream and which memories they love best.
In this neighborhood, we love our trees, which is precisely why we should give them proper care.
There are several factors to be taken into account when it comes to selling in our neighborhood — where the average home is more than 50 years old.
It’s the question that every would-be do-it-yourselfer asks Fred Givhan: Can I install a wireless computer network in my home, or do I need professional help?
Whatever you decide when you’re mulling those pulls, have fun. And remember where you’re putting them. Rhinestone encrusted knobs in the boudoir, yes. In the kitchen, maybe not.
Since it’s never too late to pray for peace or to question the worthiness of war, these reflections follow.