The events in Louisiana and throughout the country provide some great opportunities to watch how people respond to kindness.
Readers respond to stories in past issues.
Who are these daring mistresses launching a blast from the past in our neighborhood?
We figured since nothing was actually taken, there was no crime.
These neighborhood residents prove that being more than just a State Fair of Texas spectator can be rewarding and, in some cases — we’re…
The reaction from neighbors was “mixed and frankly a little surprising.”
It’s not hard for students to understand the need because those affected are attending their schools.
Lake Highlands residents Beth Highgenboten and Jinna Russell conceived the inaugural event as a fund-raiser for Weimaraner Rescue of North Texas.
Plus some good, inexpensive wines to try.
Where was God in the storm? Was God doing something or nothing when disaster struck?
All of the coffee here is roasted in-house thanks to Bob Baker, who got his start back in the Pacific Northwest espresso boom of the 1970s.
He might not know it from the “I have a PhD, test score” expert’s perspective, but he knows it from the “local school, I’m in the neighborhood” perspective.