Winemaker coming to town

Winemaker coming to town

By Amity Thomas The Grape hosts a special Winemaker’s Come-As-You-Are Wine Dinner on Thursday, Aug. 1 featuring extraordinary wines selected from Burt Street Cellars. Chef Brian C. Luscher will feature an intimate three-course paired dinner to complement hand-selected wines, and special guest host is Burt Street Cellars winemaker Timothy Skok. The Grape’s monthly wine dinner […]

Give them their own house

Give them their own house

By Stephan Sardone In the summertime, you want the kids out of the house as much as possible. They should be taking advantage of the great outdoors.  But the reality of the weather in Texas means they need protection and motivation. Aside from hats and sunscreen, a playhouse provides cover and gets the kids out […]

Gospel Hour leads to pot luck fun

Gospel Hour leads to pot luck fun

By Shelia Huffman “Lord, lift me up, and let me stand, a higher plane than I have found, Lord, plant my feet on higher ground” was the opening hymn at Sunday’s Gospel Hour at Central Christian Church in Dallas.  The choir, under the direction of Tim Caffee, received a round of applause for the riveting […]

‘The Lion King’ disappoints true Disney fans

‘The Lion King’ disappoints true Disney fans

By Chic DiCiccio In December, Disney launches their streaming service, Disney+. It will have the entire catalog of Disney films available and presumably, the 1994 animated hit, “The Lion King,” will be part of it. You are better off waiting and watching that version of the film instead of the computer animated remake.  This Jon […]

Asian chefs take the night away

Asian chefs take the night away

By Teresa Nguyen Asian Night Market returns this summer with new up and coming Asian chefs and restaurateurs showcasing unique Asian food dishes and street foods on Sunday, July 21 from 4-9 p.m. at The Bomb Factory.   Admission is $12, which includes all fees. Food coupons will be sold at the event to purchase […]

Alamo Club menu growing

Alamo Club menu growing

By Sara Newberry I’ve mentioned the restaurant Blind Butcher a number of times in this space. It was an innovative and exciting restaurant that, due to menu issues, construction struggles and lack of traffic, closed its doors in June 2018. It didn’t take long for the space to be snapped up, and the new tenant, […]

Bank helps launch futures

Bank helps launch futures

By Raquel Henry International Bank of Commerce (IBC Bank) awarded eight deserving Dallas/Fort Worth-area Texans Can Academy students scholarships as part of the bank’s “We Do More” philosophy. Each student received a $1,000 scholarship at a reception on June 14, 2019, totaling $8,000 in scholarships awarded. IBC Bank’s A.R. Sanchez, Sr. Memorial Scholarship is awarded […]

Getting children off couch doctor’s goal

Getting children off couch doctor’s goal

By David Mullen National Youth Sports Week began on July 15, and the experts at the Children’s Health Andrews Institute are dedicated to getting children outdoors to play and stay healthy while doing so. National Youth Sports Week aims to promote safe environments and healthy lifestyles for children and their families through sports and has […]

Friends to honor Arts & Letters founder

Friends to honor Arts & Letters founder

By Mary Wilonsky Kay Cattarulla, who founded the acclaimed Arts & Letters Live literary series at the Dallas Museum of Art, will be honored with the May Dickson Exall Award at the Friends of the Dallas Public Library annual dinner on Thursday, November 14. The award, recognizing outstanding contributions to libraries and literacy in North […]

Why not me?

By Nancy Black Yikes! Dallas Animal Services is over capacity! Hundreds of dogs and cats are facing death if they aren’t adopted ASAP! It’s a good thing we don’t have a law in this country allowing humans to be euthanized due to overcrowding. Because more than 6,000 children in Texas are waiting to be adopted, […]

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