Green Chili Tamale Pie

Green Chili Tamale Pie

1 large yellow onion, diced 2 tablespoons chili powder 1 pound ground turkey 12 ounces ale or lager beer 8 green chiles, roasted, seeded and diced (about 1 cup) 1 cup corn kernels 1 can (28 ounces) diced tomatoes, drained 1 can (14 ounces) black beans, drained and rinsed 1 (16-ounce) package cornbread mix, prepared […]

Grant jumpstarts projects

By Rev. Mitchell Boone The Partners Council of Owenwood Farm & Neighbor Space and the Leadership Team of White Rock United Methodist Church are excited to announce a three-year grant from the QuadW Foundation to further their work in far East Dallas.   The QuadW Missional Interns have partnered for the last four years with White […]

Public invited to Super Walk for vets

Public invited to Super Walk for vets

By Chris Kelley From Oct. 26-27, Sam Williamson, a board member of the non-profit group Bird’s Eye View Project, will put everything on the line when he attempts a 100-mile super walk around White Rock Lake to raise money for veterans and first responders.   The anticipated 36-hour nonstop journey will send Williamson around the historic […]

‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ goofy spoof on zombie movies

‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ goofy spoof on zombie movies

By Chic DiCiccio Here’s an interesting fact: 2009’s “Zombieland” was the highest grossing zombie-themed movie of all time until 2013. That’s when “World War Z” and Brad Pitt’s flowing locks overtook it, and “Zombieland” was destined to be a well-received yet forgotten comedy.  Then “The Walking Dead” happened. Its popularity has brought a decade long […]

School to honor beloved teacher Bircher

School to honor beloved teacher Bircher

By Shari Goldstein Stern There’s visceral response by Woodrow Wilson High School (WW) alumni when former teacher Marca Lee Bircher’s name comes up. Sixteen years after her retirement, she remains high on WW’s collective memory. Bircher (pictured) is among those alumni and faculty to be inducted into the WW Hall of Fame, joining such high-profile […]

College players say: Show me the money!

By David Mullen Jason Lambert is president, CEO and portfolio manager of Northwest Financial and Tax Solutions and author of the upcoming book “The Retirement Trailhead.” He has believed that big money and big-time college sports have been entwined for some time. “If that [the NCAA] were a business, I would definitely invest in it. […]

Sergio

Sergio

By Shari Goldstein Stern A dedicated family, faithful clientele and devoted neighbors lost their husband, father and friend, Sergio, when he passed away suddenly from complications of an infection on Saturday, Oct. 10. He was the owner of Sergio’s Jewelry, which has been a Casa Linda staple since 1997. Prior to that, the luxury jeweler […]

Fine arts auction features Arba painting

Fine arts auction features Arba painting

David Dike Fine Art (DDFA) hosts the Fall Texas Art Auction on Saturday, Nov. 9 at Wildman Art Framing. Murad Auctioneers will conduct the sale. Established in 1996, David Dike’s Texas Art Auction has become a 23-year tradition for collectors of early Texas art. The auction will feature 300 lots of early Texas art with […]

Ghosts of shows past float in on Oct. 25

Ghosts of shows past float in on Oct. 25

The Danielle Georgiou Dance Group is pleased to announce the premiere of their newest dance musical, “The Bippy Bobby Boo Show,” a co-production with Theatre Three running Oct. 25-Nov. 2. Dazzling with glitz and glamour of a 1960s musical variety show, “The Bippy Bobby Boo Show” is a two-week haunting of Theater Too, the delightful […]

Diversity reigns over 2019 citywide home tour

Diversity reigns over 2019 citywide home tour

By Carrie Dyer The AIA Dallas Tour of Homes, Dallas’ only citywide home tour and the area’s only tour curated exclusively by architects, is back for its 13th year on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 2-3 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The two-day tour showcases some of the area’s most innovative and outstanding residential design […]

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