If you look around our neighborhood to find the few places where history has been noted, you won’t learn the full story simply by reading the embossed wording. The only way history comes alive is to hear it told by people who know and love it most.
Here are other neighborhood sites designated as Texas Historic Landmarks.
The former commune is one of seven homes on the upcoming Junius Heights Historical Home Tour, and like many of its home tour compatriots, it can be said to be emerging from its own personal dark age.
The next time you’re at White Rock Lake, take a look at the chandeliers hanging from the ceilings of the Big Thicket building.
If a group or individual wants to plant a tree in Dallas, I’m their go-to guy,” says Kretsinger.
John Jackson barrels into the lane, stops, reverse pivots and throws up a hook shot just begging for divine intervention.
The senior at Woodrow Wilson High School began playing the trumpet in seventh grade. Since then, he has taught himself — mainly by ear — to play many other instruments.
Ridlen has been playing parties in the Dallas area since 1984, netting such accolades as Best DJ of Eclectic Sounds from D Magazine.
“The big guy,” as she refers to her corporate competitors, didn’t have any sizes for her in-between-extra-small-and-small frame.
Though it’s pretty typical for an up-and-coming actor to wait tables on the side, Jenkins is no starving artist.
When Tom Kemper wants to hear a good set, he doesn’t have to look any farther than his own back yard.
Café Izmir 3711 Greenville 214.826.7788 $$ HOURS: Sun-Mon, 5:30-9:30 p.m. Tues, 5:30-11:30 p.m. Wed-Thurs, 5:30-10 p.m. Fri-Sat, 5:30-11:30 p.m. Unfamiliar words such as “piroshki”…