These are the stories of neighborhood graduates who, in the dawn of life, have outshined some of life’s darkest moments.
It’s probably a coincidence that in this big city, these four chose to work for the same organization and live in the same neighborhood, but maybe it has something to do with personality.
Bruce Flowers grew up watching professional wrestling on television every Saturday night — scrutinizing each punch, drop kick and body slam.
The Lakewood Neighborhood Association’s Green Team, backed by Whole Foods, recently honored five neighbors for implementing responsible, environment-saving practices in their lives.
Quillin has become a staple of the Lakewood community during his 32-year stint as senior pastor of Northridge Presbyterian Church — now he is planning to retire.
This month, run at the lake or donate canned goods or toys.
Elijah’s adopted bro, a chocolate lab named Rock, happily fills in as the 4-year-old’s story time pal.
In-the-loop neighbors know there is no better place to hang on a Tuesday night than Izmir’s “customer appreciation” celebration, during which Douglas spins “stuff from Brazil and the Middle East.”
Teatime at the Dallas Arboretum is a pastime perfect for enjoying good company and food, all while overlooking our beautiful White Rock Lake. The richly spiced teas, flakey little croissants, and velvety amaretto brownies have been drawing neighbors here for more than a decade.
One of the signs that people aren’t quite sure of themselves around wine is if they dismiss blended wines – that is, wines made with more than one grape – as inferior.
Edwards and Ogden’s newfound sense of security recently took a setback when burglars invaded their home and took more than $5,000 worth of property.
A roundup of happenings in our neck of the woods.