These true tales of redemption are being lived out, and touching lives, right here in our neighborhood.
The announcement of a local coffee shop opening its second location in Hillside Village was the first indicator of change in the air.
You can catch her sitting in with the Arthur Riddles Jazz Band at the Balcony Club most Sundays.
Daniel Vaughn calls himself a barbecue snob, a prophet of smoked meat. And he can tell the difference between meat smoked with wood or gas.
Cocktail rings were in style, and that’s how she came up with the idea for her eponymous jewelry line.
They definitely look the part in their Converse All Star shoes and plaid shirts. But these girls can actually play, too.
This month, go to a fashion show or run a half marathon.
This month, meet Coach the Chihuahua.
When a restaurant has been around for 28 years, it has to be good.
Sales increased 6 percent in 2010, with consumers buying almost 240,000 cases of Texas wine from grocery and liquor stores, according to the Nielsen survey company.
A roundup of this month’s best neighborhood events.
The dogs jumped out, and the camera vanished.