What it means to be part of The Greatest Generation.
More than 300 World War II veterans from Dallas are on a waiting list to take an all-expense paid, overnight tour to Washington, D.C., to see the National WWII Memorial.
While homeowners are painting bathrooms and planting flowers in preparation, students are preparing in another way.
It started in Hawaii eight years ago, but her love for the instrument is spreading through East Dallas.
When Perry wanted to start a local farmers market, Norvell said, “I’m in.” Together they bring local farmers and craftspeople together.
Her interest in germs gave her the idea for an invention she hopes could be a moneymaker: PhitGrip, an anti-microbial grip that fits onto free weights.
It’s a treat to walk into Grant Smith’s Prairie-style home in Old East Dallas, where the grand old game of baseball is central.
The second-annual Dallas Festival of Modern Music is in Lakewood.
Uly Vlamides died in July at age 83, having completed 62 marathons and all 42 Turkey Trots.
Donate a blanket to your neighborhood Sleep Experts, and help needy families keep warm this winter.
Perez was born in McAllen and raised in San Antonio, but her entire 28-year police career has been in Dallas.
On the fourth Tuesday of each month, a group of ladies — many of whom are in their 90s — gather at the Vanderpool home to have lunch together and work for the orphans.