Cox Cemetery, White Rock Lake, the Mary Ellen Bendsten house at 4949 Swiss, Snuffer’s … we explore our neighborhood’s mysterious lore.
Sam Wade’s store has everything from current movies to foreign films that require an accompanying rental of an international DVD player.
Vickery Place is an urban neighborhood. But 100 years ago, it was a 4-mile horse-and-buggy ride to Downtown.
The center’s director, who lives in Forest Hills, brought her passion for birds, nature, wildlife and conservation to Dallas from the Chicago Zoological Society.
Texas state fair season is upon us, but you don’t have to venture far from our neighborhood for gourmet fair food.
It will drop to an average of 72 degrees in Dallas by the end of the month, which means it’s time to enjoy red wine again. Here are several reds to get you started.
A selection of live music, wine tastings, social events and other restaurant happenings in Lakewood/East Dallas.
Mark Sherbet’s gargoyles aren’t evil or menacing. He thinks of them as benevolent monsters, like the ones in his favorite childhood storybook, “Where the…
Stanley is making plans to build an electric car, and he is a finalist in a contest to win $20,000 toward creating the car he is designing: a kit car made of fiberglass.
The volunteers who help with each event are both women and men — somewhat unusual among local leagues, which are often made up entirely of women.
Wilke, who studied photography and illustration in Cincinnati and Boston, made the transition to fine art photography after suffering a stroke.
Interior designer Emily Johnson Larkin started blogging in 2007 as a creative outlet. Then House Beautiful and Elle Decor magazines listed it as one of their favorite blogs.