Cancer survivors headed to Italy

Cancer survivors headed to Italy

By Lisa Miller Last week, the clubhouse at The Trails Apartment was decked out in all pink as Dallas United Crew’s PINK Breast Cancer Survivor dragon boat team welcomed new members and hosted the kick-off to their third racing season. What makes this season different than the rest? This season, the team plans to race […]

Jewelers come together for life’s most precious gems

Jewelers come together for life’s most precious gems

Jewelers for Children gifted Dallas CASA with a $75,000 grant to help the group reach its goal of providing a trained volunteer to advocate for every child in Dallas foster care. Jewelers for Children is the charitable arm of the jewelry industry, composed of jewelry retailers, manufacturers, watch companies and trade associations. They are the […]

Johnson and friends go on violent but silly ‘Rampage’

Johnson and friends go on violent but silly ‘Rampage’

By Chic DiCiccio While making their press tour rounds, the cast of “Rampage” mentioned that they felt ridiculous acting against a green screen that would eventually become a giant albino gorilla. If that’s the case, it’s tough to fathom how they were able to spout out some truly insane dialogue. The urge to burst out […]

Spiritual connections bring artists together

With the Lake-a-Palooza! Music Festival coming up on April 28, Ann Ranson, the Bath House Cultural Center’s co-chair for the second annual event, sat down with Thomas Kreason to learn about the Texas Musicians Museum. TK is the executive director of the Texas Musicians Museum and has been very instrumental in the success of Lake-a-Palooza! […]

Vol. 9, No. 43

April 3 – 7:43 a.m. 5100 Block, Live Oak St. (75206) Criminal Mischief: An unknown suspect slashed the tires on the complainant’s vehicle. April 3 – 10:31 a.m. 13400 Block, Floyd Cir. (75243) Criminal Mischief: An unknown suspect cut the gas line on the complainant’s vehicle. April 3 – 10:55 a.m. 13000 Block, Audelia Rd. […]

Vickery Meadow residents demand answers

By Stephanie Kuo KERA News The North Park Terrace Apartments in Vickery Meadow has been a bit of a ghost town for the past few months. Tenants of the 300-unit complex began moving out in October when they were told that the Dallas Independent School District had purchased the property as part of a 2015 […]

I say, ‘N-O’ to FOBs

I say, ‘N-O’ to FOBs

By Nancy Black Back in my old school days, there was this little book called “1984.” It was written by a man named George Orwell and it predicted the day when the government would have a watchful eye on everything everyone did. Every school aged child was required to read the book, and we of […]

Recital to raise funds for summer camps

Recital to raise funds for summer camps

By Shelia Huffman Tinashe McGowan will perform a piano recital Sunday, April 29 at 1 p.m. at Central Christian Church in Dallas. This gifted young musician has auditioned and been accepted to attend the Interlochen Arts Summer Camp at the famous Interlochen Center for the Arts. Located in northern Michigan, Interlochen Arts Camp offers summer […]

Global event promises whale of a good time

Global event promises whale of a good time

By Naïma Hill In your life, you will probably not have an opportunity to swim with an 80-foot-long, and 300,000-pound endangered blue whale, but, if you do, always say yes! What you can do right here in Dallas is get a sense of the size of the largest animal ever, right next to tiny you. […]

Dallas icon celebrates 40 years

Dallas icon celebrates 40 years

By Kimber Westphall A special birthday celebration for the most unique place in town is set for April 14-15. Reunion Tower, the 560-foot icon of the Dallas skyline, celebrates 40 years of reigning over the town. The GeO-Deck, which is 470 feet in the air, will be party headquarters where guests can experience a 360-degree […]