Asking the Unanswerable

Pondering life’s circumstances can raise tough questions A co-worker and I were sitting around the other day, and we started talking about the death…

Daniel Jacob Q&A

Attended any Mavs games recently? Then you’ve probably seen the ManiAACs — a troupe of, um, sturdy middle-aged guys whose hip-hop dance routines during…

Ask A Cop

Businesses on and around Garland Road are familiar with the “rewd” guy — the tagger who spray-painted his graffiti insignia on area businesses and…

Keepin’ It Real

Little Forest Hills nears point of applying for conservation district status Back in 2002, photographer Gary McCoy and a few of his neighbors saw…

Sister Act

Neighborhood siblings combine talents to open coffee shop with a twist When Happy, Heather and Heidi Beaumont (yes, their parents were fond of alliteration)…

Tending Tietze

Groundbreaking at neighborhood park scheduled for later this spring Amy Stecklein has lived near Tietze Park for nearly two years. She has two children…

A Dallas Dame

This neighbor knows our city’s history — she has lived it Hanging on the front door of Rose-Mary Rumbley’s house on Vanderbilt is a…

Show Time

Woodrow students challenge themselves with another complicated production Part musical, part detective story — with a script that involves a story within a story…

Becoming A Village

As our neighborhood grocer, he once gave us great service and friendly smiles — now, in his family’s time of need, he’s getting it…

Transfer of Faith

Living the law requires more than a rite of passage The pew is not a preacher’s normal perch for worship. Stranger still to find…

What About Wine?

Those of us who wonder if Texas can become a great wine-producing state, instead of a state where wine is produced, need look no…