No leftovers for Fido, unless you like vet bills

No leftovers for Fido, unless you like vet bills

By Dr. Beth Leermakers In many homes, the holiday eating marathon kicks off soon, if it hasn’t already. When your dog gazes longingly at your plate with that sad, hungry look, you may be tempted to slip her a treat under the table. After all, what harm could it do to share a few leftovers? […]

Rock music transforms Bath House for ‘Lizzie’

Rock music transforms Bath House for ‘Lizzie’

By Shari Goldstein Stern It may be 1892 in Fall River, Mass., but some heads in Dallas, Texas are still banging in 21st-century rock from last weekend’s deliciously creepy opening of “Lizzie” by Imprint Theatreworks. But don’t take that wrong. It’s so much more than a rock musical. Bets are on that this will receive […]

Bike unit all geared up for patrols

Bike unit all geared up for patrols

By Jennifer Hoesterey A White Rock couple, in partnership with the White Rock Lake Conservancy, recently donated a fleet of eight bikes and riding gear to the Dallas Police Bicycle Unit. The presentation of those bikes and equipment took place on Friday, Nov. 1 at the Mockingbird Pedestrian Bridge at White Rock Lake. The couple […]

‘Terminator’s’ soul lies in Linda Hamilton’s hands

‘Terminator’s’ soul lies in Linda Hamilton’s hands

By Chic DiCiccio There have been a lot of “Terminator” movies since 1991. There was one with Emilia Clarke, another with Claire Danes, and the most notorious one featured behind the scenes footage of Christian Bale verbally pummeling a grip. That must be the affect that starring in a subpar, poorly conceived action movie has […]

Sweet & Spicy Pork with Eggplant

Sweet & Spicy Pork with Eggplant

1 jalapeño, seeded and finely chopped 3  tablespoons rice vinegar 2 tablespoons honey 1 tablespoon soy sauce 1 large eggplant, cut into 1-inch cubes 1 pound ground pork 4 garlic cloves, thinly sliced 1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds 1 cup cherry tomatoes, quartered  1/2 cup basil leaves, cut into thin ribbons, plus more for garnish […]

Owners close one door, open another

Owners close one door, open another

By Amity Thomas Restaurant veterans and Irish Pub owners Cheryl and Peter Kenny are set to debut Lochland’s Food and Spirits in Lake Highlands this coming January. On the heels of the exciting news, it is with heavy hearts they also announce that Capitol Pub will close at the end of 2019. “Of course, this […]

Future looks bright for DUC

Future looks bright for DUC

By Katrina Craycroft Carving pumpkins and costume parties are the preludes to Halloween for most folks, but for rowers with Dallas United Crew (DUC), it’s the Head of the Colorado in Austin, Texas, where DUC medaled in six events. Dubbed “Pumpkinhead,” the 5,000-meter race is in its 35th  year; competitors are timed, and passing is […]

Author inspires minds around the world

Author inspires minds around the world

By Max Lavie and Allia Wallace, Fourth Grade On Oct. 18, poet and award-winning non-fiction children’s book author Carole Boston Weatherford visited Lakehill Lower School students. After speaking at two assemblies, Weatherford was interviewed by two fourth grade reporters, Allia Wallace and Max Lavie. Both Wallace and Lavie enjoyed the interactive presentation, from the first poem Weatherford […]

Automation good for the game

Automation good for the game

By David Mullen During a conversation years ago before a baseball game at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, MLB umpire Al Clark told me, “Now remember, there are three teams out there tonight: the home team, the visiting team and the umpiring team.” “No there aren’t,” I thought. “No one goes to see […]