Check out seeds from a library? Dallas says: Yes!

By Shelia Huffman Do you want to know what to plant, when to plant and where to plant? The J. Erik Jonsson Dallas Public Library has that information along with the seeds. And it’s all free! The “seed library” is located on the sixth floor of the central library at 1515 Young Street in downtown […]

Classifieds

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‘The Equalizer 2’ leaves Denzel, and audiences, uneven

‘The Equalizer 2’ leaves Denzel, and audiences, uneven

By Chic DiCiccio The prologue of “The Equalizer 2” is set onboard a passenger train in Turkey where Denzel Washington’s Robert McCall is disguised as a Muslim bookworm. He’s sporting a kufi and wearing what is quite possibly the fakest beard in American movie history. This opening seems like it wants to set McCall up […]

Home town heroes using success to benefit others

Home town heroes using success to benefit others

By Max Black  Pentatonix, an accapella group from Arlington, TX, has sold nearly 10 million albums worldwide and performed for hundreds of thousands of fans at their sold-out shows across the globe. Their YouTube channel boasts more than 15 million subscribers, yielding more than 3.3 billion video views. Most recently, Pentatonix released the first collection […]

Local church offering dog-friendly work spaces

By Shelia Huffman Do you work from home? If so, you probably love the flexibility and freedom that working from home allows. Additionally, work from home employees and entrepreneurs cite traffic, out-of-sight gasoline prices, parking, dress codes and even company politics as great reasons to work from home. And for many, an added pleasure of […]

Calendar

Fri 7/20 Sir Edmund Hillary, b. 1919 Natalie Wood, b. 1938 Kim Carnes, b. 1946 Carlos Santana, b. 1947 Josh Holloway, b. 1969 1969 – 1st humans walked on the moon: Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong & Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin. Sat 7/21 Ernest Hemingway, b. 1899 Don Knotts, b. 1924 Robin Williams, b. 1952 Josh […]

PTA auction departs for NYC on Nov. 9

PTA auction departs for NYC on Nov. 9

By Sarah Gantt Lakewood transformed into the city that never sleeps today. The theme of this year’s auction party was unveiled at Lakewood’s Fourth of July parade with a NYC skyline-themed float. The Manhattan entourage rolled down Lakewood Boulevard’s concrete jungle, exciting the crowds with bits of Frank Sinatra and Jay Z playing in the […]

Vol. 10, No. 7

July 10 – 6:37 a.m. 9400 Block, Beck Ave. (75228) Terroristic Threat: The suspect threatened to shoot the complainant’s apartment. July 10 – 7:17 a.m. 5700 Block, La Vista Dr. (75206) Burglary of a Motor Vehicle: The suspect stole golf clubs out of the complainant’s vehicle. July 10 – 9:46 p.m. 2400 Block, Millmar Dr. […]

Molotsky’s memory lives on in winners

Molotsky’s memory lives on in winners

By Harriet P. Gross White Rock Rotary’s Molotsky Scholarship winners for 2018 are preparing for a variety of experiences in higher education at a half-dozen different venues. The six awardees, all graduates of Lake Highlands High School, appeared at a recent club meeting to tell of their plans. Kateryn Gonzalez will enter the nursing school […]

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