We scouted our neighborhood to bring you the lesser-known, but just-as-deserving, dining options beyond those neon golden arches.
When neighbors Stoney and Diana Savage moved into their storefront on Lower Greenville in January 2005, they hoped the third time would be the charm.
There is one thing Ann Sanders will not part with: Her hats.
Students enrolled in Peter Evett’s history class at Woodrow Wilson High School know not to set foot in class without an open mind, a good attitude and tons of poster board.
Opening a CD World store in 1992 at Mockingbird and Greenville was the beginning of Mike Schoder music experience in Dallas.
A lover of classical and theater-style organ music, Lakewood resident Hanson provided the crisp soundtrack for Lakewood Theater’s silent movies for more than 15 years.
Few people have successfully created their own weekly newspaper, popular blog site and clever comic strip before reaching the age of 9.
Who sang “Over the Rainbow” 12,551 times? The answer is one of dozens listed on the Trivial Pursuit game cards sandwiched between ketchup bottles and paper towel rolls on Fat Daddy’s tables.
A roundup of happenings from our neck of the woods …
Being able to see and smell your cash is seldom a bad thing, but as Jack Topletz knows, keeping large amounts of it outside a vault that has its own lock and teller isn’t the best idea.
Q: New homes under construction are often a target for burglars, but what about homes undergoing renovations? Are there any extra precautions homeowners can take?
Imitation is not only the highest form of flattery; it also helps to shape us into the kind of people we want to become. The pattern holds in the spiritual realm, too.