Blessing has many such stories that can transfix her listener, yet at 87 years old, she’d still rather focus on the city’s future.
Dogs that romp through the leash-free park at Mockingbird and West Lawther can thank Walker — and her Leonberger, Gus — for getting the idea off the ground.
He showed up at their house wearing a Dallas Police uniform and immediately began casing the home — looking for shrubbery to hide behind, shadows to disappear into, and easy ways into the house.
What do circus performers, the British Royal Air Force, underground gambling, black cowboys and a tamale-maker-cum-successful-restaurateur have in common?
Anyone who recently has driven along the streets of Junius Heights probably has noticed a few new splashes of color decorating the grounds of Lipscomb Elementary School.
When he signed with local company Carpe Diem Records in 1995, he became its fastest selling artist. And now, thanks to the Internet, people across the world download his music.
Susan Flanagan just happened to be sitting at the Dallas Master Gardeners help desk when a call came from a teacher at Robert E. Lee Elementary.
It’s the step-by-step repetition of creating the mandala that M Streets artist Terrie Meider finds calming.
The Northeast Police Division has been trying out an unconventional method in spots throughout our neighborhood by using a “baited” truck. How has that worked?
I get to perform two weddings this June and one on the first day of July. I expect to cry at all of them, since I know and love all those involved. The last one will challenge my composure most …
Plunk, who managed the Lakewood Minyard’s for 13 years, died a few weeks ago.
The armor of youth is temporary, but what a sweet time it is. High school graduation is the end of the beginning and the…