Every day, ordinary people — right here in our neighborhood — are doing extraordinary things.
Here in our urban oasis, there is an inconspicuous corps of well-informed volunteers that aims to educate the community and, essentially, foster a loving relationship between man and nature.
Today, the impressive brick church still holds its ground in the same spot it stood when Howard’s mother was married there in 1938 — positioned as close to East Dallas’ shabbiest apartment houses as it is to the mansions of Swiss Avenue.
As senior vice president of marketing, public relations and communications for Dallas Convention Visitors Bureau, he’s essentially selling Dallas to the world.
She made news following Hurricane Katrina, when she rallied scores of neighbors to advocate for survivors living in Dallas.
A-B-A-C-I-S-C-U-S. Abaciscus. An abaciscus is a small abacus. It was also the final word in the Literacy Instruction for Texas (LIFT) Second Annual Adult Spelling Bee …
Stop. Don’t send Dad another mindless e-card this Father’s Day. In fact, why send him a card at all when you can send him a quirky can of fun?
At the corner of Buckner and Northcliff, Alvaro Garza and Bruce Bagelman are offering eco-conscious consumers alternatives to gasoline and junky snacks.
Not paying attention to his immediate surroundings could have cost 18-year old Ian McLaughlin his life.
A roundup of happenings in our neck of the woods …
Among the nominees (in their words) were: Jesus (savior and such), Robin Williams (just genius), Alan Alda (funny), Aldous Huxley (good books), C.S. Lewis (brilliant and crazy loves Jesus) …
Dear Tom: I know that you and I don’t usually see eye-to-eye.