The Advocate asked some leaders at Dallas arts organizations who live in our neighborhood to reflect upon what attracted them to this area. Here are their responses.
There was the girl I would have married if she had been agreeable (she wasn’t, and she was loud about it) – looking back on it, she had Courtney Love written all over her.
They bring you chicken soup when word gets out that you’re feeling under the weather. They invite you over for coffee and talk about who lived in your house before you.
“Our overall goal was that it still looks like a one-story house. We didn’t want to overwhelm our neighbors.”
In short, the deal will be nothing less than welfare for Jones – someone whose franchise, according to estimates by Forbes magazine, is worth almost $1 billion, which is more than the Rangers and Mavericks combined.
No meal in the history of American cuisine presents as many challenges as Thanksgiving does.
If your child attends Lakewood Elementary, if you dig lovely old homes, or if you’re a regular at gourmet grocery stores on free-sample day, then you’ll want to set aside the weekend of Nov. 8-9.
At the new entrance, visitors will still receive a map and help from greeters and guides, but they also can watch an orientation film before they begin their tour.
The speaker was an eloquent, young defender of the poor, who would become one of Dallas’ most revered figures and a champion of religious liberty …
This place, with its obvious lack of high-design – we’re talking oyster-shells underfoot, specialties served in beer mugs and a roll of paper towels for napkin – has not only survived, but thrived.