In this neighborhood, if you want a prime cut of steak cooked to your idea of perfection, Kirby’s is your destination of choice.
Hence the four-month-old Caskets Direct on Abrams, across the street from the Minyard’s and up the block from the Lakewood Shopping Center.
For years, our sons couldn’t wait to land a front-street seat near the start of the parade, virtually guaranteeing them a red Radio Flyer wagon full of candy and treats.
Despite its name, the store is filled with a lot more than furniture (though it has a fine selection of mid-century antique imports).
Six years ago, shortly after Lakewood resident Cally Bybee moved to Dallas from New York City, she opened the paper one day to find an ad for the Shakespeare Festival.
When Mary and Eric Spinazzola married two years ago, they knew they needed plenty of space in their new home.
If it’s summer, it’s time for the question that drives wine snobs crazy, strikes fear into the hearts of the mild-mannered and timid everywhere, and sends dogs scurrying for cover.
It wasn’t supposed to be this way for neighborhood resident Lynn Parker. When Parker, a mother of six and grandmother of nine, moved to…
Lori and Ian Wolfman’s home is one of those places where, a few seconds after you walk in, you could almost swear you’ve somehow morphed into another time or place.
Anyone who has ever struggled through a tragedy or an overwhelming loss knows there are little points of light that come from it.
“Whether your faith is that there is a God or that there is not a God, if you don’t have any doubts you are either kidding yourself or asleep.”
One member served in the Korean War and World War II. Another member was, many decades ago, a dancer on Broadway for musicals such as South Pacific and Oklahoma !