Dirk’s annual game benefits Heroes

Dirk’s annual game benefits Heroes

Dirk Nowitzki’s 2018 Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game is on Friday, June 8, at 7 p.m. at the Dr Pepper Ballpark in Frisco (7300 RoughRiders Trail). Come out early for family-fun festivities and a Heroes Special Olympics All-Star Softball Game plus a post game fireworks finale. For the 17th year, two baseball teams made up of […]

Marquee event set for April 11

By Amity Thomas Meddlesome Moth is hosting craft beer pioneer Ken Grossman, founder, CEO and president of Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. On Wednesday, April 11 from 6:30 p.m.-10 p.m., Grossman will lead a guided beer experience featuring six different brews expertly paired with five courses crafted by Chef Robbie Lewis. Founded in 1980, Sierra Nevada […]

Monterrey’s great food stops traffic

By Sara Newberry It’s not a challenge to find a Mexican restaurant in the neighborhood, and it seems like I’ve visited all of them at least once. But I realized recently that I hadn’t tried the newer Monterrey on Garland Road. I visited the Monterrey on Greenville Avenue several years ago and, while it was […]

Students bring back lessons from 9/11

From Staff Reports Twenty-four lucky Lakehill Upper School students embarked on the trip of a lifetime this Spring Break, taking off to the Big Apple. On March 10, the students began their adventure with an early morning flight to New York and then headed to the W hotel in the heart of Times Square. The […]

Hersh calls for collaboration with arts, mental health issues

Hersh calls for collaboration with arts, mental health issues

From TACA Staff Reports This year’s sold out 40th TACA Silver Cup Award luncheon, attended by more than 800 guests and chaired by Melinda Johnson, celebrated four decades of vital support for the arts in Dallas through TACA (The Arts Community Alliance). Founded in 1976 by arts advocate and former mayor Annette Strauss, the TACA […]


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Lakehill tennis takes on Covenant

Lakehill tennis takes on Covenant

By Gigi Ekstrom The Lakehill Preparatory School’s Varsity Tennis team is steadily improving as they gear up for the District Tennis Tournament next week. On March 23, the Warriors took on Dallas Alcuin. Juniors Luke Jerome and Ben Gillman took on a top-notch boy’s doubles team from Alcuin and took them to the limit before […]

Toilets chic in today’s bathroom

By Stephan Sardone stephan@sardoneconstruction.com For years, remodeling the kitchen was the first in-home project considered. From new appliances to repurposing cabinets to creating an island paradise in the middle of the room, dollars were invested in the kitchen as it morphed into an entertainment center as well. Most real estate experts will tell you that […]

Churnin encourages children to dream big

By Shari Goldstein Stern Nancy Churnin made a pledge to a deaf man who was a total stranger. She learned his name, Steve Sandy and he asked her to write a story about the deaf baseball player, William Hoy. It seemed that Sandy had emailed her expressing appreciation that she had written about his son’s […]

‘A Quiet Place’ must be experienced to be believed

By Chic DiCiccio “A Quiet Place” may be one of the best movies about the ups and downs of parenting ever. Of course, the ups include living to see another day and the downs involve a potential ghastly death. This thriller/horror film is a giant metaphor designed to prey on every nerve in the body […]