On the first day of school, Rev. Robert Preece was standing on the curb, waiting to shake the hands of parents dropping off their…
We asked a handful of neighbors for their favorite Casa Linda Theater memories, and here’s what they shared.
Few can closely identify with the serious runner — the compulsives can’t tell you exactly why they do it, only that they can’t not run. Others, like Jayson Bales, are driven by a cause.
On an old East Dallas used-auto lot, inside a busy redbrick office, Grandma sits with perfect posture behind a humble cherry wood desk answering phones, taking online financing applications, and chatting with customers.
In an answer to the consumer-driven Christmas, a small East Dallas church plans to kick off the holiday season with shopping that serves a bigger purpose — a global purpose.
The truth is that most of his work occurs behind the scenes, screening shows and deciding what we, the viewers, will watch.
Neighborhood resident Dennis Baldwin was simply doing what he does best, creating software for gadgets, this time Apple’s iPhone, when he thought up this application that lets users speed dial with a shake.
When he first moved to Dallas, the Garland-Buckner intersection was “nothing but a crossroads,” Chesnut says. “I watched the Casa Linda (Plaza) being built.”
Put these household items in the order they were invented: Felt tip pens, Sony Walkman, Tupperware, and the touchtone phone.
What the business really boils down to is a family creating, with meticulous integrity, a product they believe in.
When you think about Tex-Mex, you probably think about crispy flautas with a dollop of guacamole, or maybe a thickly battered poblano plump with spiced beef.
Chad Burkhardt didn’t even know he was the victim of graffiti, but he knew something was up when he saw and heard the commotion…