The number of people who want to smoke a brisket, who can smoke a brisket, seems to be suffering a serious decline.
By and large, our neighborhood schools are run by accountable administrators who hire caring, well-trained teachers.
Defunct neighborhood movie theater will be back, this time with a plot twist.
Long, the second junior high built in Dallas, was erected in 1933 by Ralph Bryan and Walter Sharp.
The group makes wigs for kids who have lost their hair due to cancer treatments, using donated hair at least 10 inches long.
Slowly, locals are starting to realize the Tipp is back in business.
This year, 29 Texas wineries have entered 123 wines in the competition, which is one of the largest — and most unique — wine contests in the United States.
There were constructive suggestions, a few complaints, some good questions, and lots of positive comments.
The matter gets more toxic when religion drives our politics, rather than merely informing them.
Urban neighborhoods bring urban challenges, and the challenge facing the merchants and customers at the Lakewood Shopping Center is about as urban as challenges get.