For every student graduating from Woodrow Wilson High School this year, there is a story. Some are inspiring. Others are surprising. And a few are truly heart breaking.
An influx of hip, young, wealthy homebuyers have infiltrated East Dallas, creating concern the neighborhood’s flavor will suffer the consequences.
It’s no more pencils or books for this neighborhood kindergarten teacher.
White Rock Lake’s oldest sailing club opens its doors and docks to the public each year.
It’s where amateurs and professionals from our area submit their artwork for judging and viewing, in a show that is nearly 40 years old.
People pay for experience, as if to insure against the unforeseen. But we sometimes overlook the hunger of the young and the freshness they bring to their task.
Fat Daddy’s comes close to filling the “gourmet” burger niche, even though it probably doesn’t aspire to such a lofty goal.
Is a $50 bottle of wine really worth $50? Or, put another way, is a $50 bottle of wine really five times better than a $10 bottle of wine?
Could a retail behemoth have its sights set on our neighborhood?