Their life experiences have inspired them to make every moment count toward noble causes and interesting pursuits.
Owner JoAnn Sitton makes a thicker, crumbly cookie crust instead the thin, spongy graham cracker typically used in store-bought cakes.
A 1936 Bauhaus and Herbert Marcus’ 1927 abode, these two houses on this year’s home tour have stories to tell.
Lora got married for the first time in September at Vickery Towers retirement community. And, boy, are she and Melvin in love.
The $1.3 million Lower Greenville improvements are completed at the end of this year. For the time being, however, it looks like a war zone.
Lakewood resident David Anthony Temple calls himself the “only person in Dallas who does the true underground dining scene.”
The nonprofit helps people pull themselves out of poverty, like college student Pearnetta Perry of East Dallas.
Olympic gold medalist and author Dr. Peter Snell and his wife, Miki, know good aging relies on physical activity and a little competition.
During November and December, everyone is afraid that if the wine isn’t right, Thanksgiving or Christmas or whatever will be ruined.
Casa Linda resident wrote her first children’s book, “Too Many Cats in the Bed”, after retiring from 24 years of teaching.
Explain it to me. Teach me how to be a smart guy. Explain to me why it’s better for the city that an elite make decisions about how Dallas is run because it’s best for the elite, and not for the 99 percent of the city that is the rest of the us.
In a way, Steve Jobs’ life has become a kind of ideal, a measuring stick for the rest of us slogging along life’s pothole-filled highway. How much of a positive impact do we need to have on others so that we are judged to have “made our mark” and lived a worthwhile life?