Veggie Fried Rice

Veggie Fried Rice

Sauce: 1/4 cup soy sauce 1 tablespoon unseasoned rice vinegar 1 tablespoon honey 2 teaspoon sriracha, or to taste 1/4 teaspoon toasted  sesame oil 2 eggs, beaten 3 scallions, thinly sliced, divided 1-inch piece ginger, peeled and minced 3 cloves garlic, minced 2 cups cooked long grain white rice or brown rice, chilled 2 cups […]

Burgers battle it out to the finish

Burgers battle it out to the finish

By Amity Thomas Rodeo Goat Ice House launched the Burger Battle of the Century on Tuesday, Oct. 20 with the election themed Biden Burger vs. The McDonald.  The campaign runs through Election Day on November 3. A Delaware Surf & Turf, The Biden Burger served with blue crab cake, beef tenderloin patty, arugula, beefsteak tomato, […]

Art encourages understanding

Art encourages understanding

By Victoria Winkleman Three artworks debut this fall in Dallas as the first iteration of Healing Pieces: Offerings of Art, Expression and Nature, a collaborative multi-year arts and engagement initiative led by SMU Meadows School of the Arts’ Ignite/Arts Dallas program with myriad partner organizations and individuals.  Healing Pieces (healingpieces.art) is specifically interested in how […]

Baseball remains numbers game

Baseball remains numbers game

By David Mullen After an “irregular” season like 2020, baseball is still a numbers game. This year, the number is 19, as in COVID-19. But even with the pandemic, baseball fans remain obsessed with numbers. Chances are fans can recite the top five home run hitters of all time and their statistics, but not be […]

Crime Watch, Vol. 11, No. 45

Crime Watch, Vol. 11, No. 45

Oct. 13 – 7:47 p.m. 9300 Block, Skillman St. (75243) Aggravated Robbery of Individuals: An unknown suspect shot a gun and then pointed it at the complainants.  Oct. 13 – 9:50 p.m. 11500 Block, Ferguson Rd. (75228) Aggravated Robbery of an Individual: The suspect assaulted the complainant and stole his property.  Oct. 14 – 3 […]

Vote! Vote! Vote!

By Nancy Black When I was in elementary school, I had the coolest sweatshirt ever. It had the word VOTE across the chest and a big hand making a peace sign below. The red, white and blue colors of the peace sign, similar to our nation’s flag, really made it special to me. I couldn’t […]

Dr. Dane does good

Dr. Dane does good

While shoppers’ smiles are currently hidden behind their masks, they’ll soon spot plenty of friendly faces in the snack aisle thanks to Lay’s — including a smile that might look familiar locally: Dr. Dane Hoang (pictured) from Dallas. During a time when joy is needed more than ever, Lay’s is converting millions of potato chip bags […]

Program inspires teens to embrace faith

Program inspires teens to embrace faith

By Shari Goldstein Stern Dallas high school teens have a unique opportunity to deepen their understanding of faith while enjoying adventure, fellowship and making new friends. Since 1939, that Young Life (YL) mix has proven successful. Many teen participants stayed active in the organization throughout college, and many of those volunteered as a Leader in […]

Fair tackled COVID with Drive-thru fun

Fair tackled COVID with Drive-thru fun

THE STATE FAIR OF TEXAS By Karissa Condoianis As the 2020 State Fair of Texas season ends, it’s clear that this year was one for the history books. While the 24-day event was unable to happen this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the State Fair of Texas found ways to continue fulfilling its nonprofit […]

Businesses brewing up (safe) treats!

Businesses brewing up (safe) treats!

LOWEST GREENVILLE’S HALLOWEEN By Ariana Hajibashi Each year, the Lowest Greenville Collective hosts a Fall Festival, which is an opportunity for area residents to hang out, support their local businesses and enjoy a fun-filled day of food, drinks and special offers. Things are obviously a bit different this year, but the show goes on — […]

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