Deep Vellum to award 43 grants

Deep Vellum to award 43 grants

By Sara Balabanlilar In response to the economic crisis spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, Dallas-based nonprofit publisher Deep Vellum launched an emergency fund for Texas writers last month. Today, Deep Vellum announced that it plans to award 43 small grants to writers from around the state in order to help mitigate the devastating effects of […]

Woodrow Community Foundation continues tradition

Woodrow Community Foundation continues tradition

By Sara Hundley The Woodrow Wilson High School Community Foundation announced this week that 30 graduating high school seniors have been awarded Foundation scholarships commencing in the fall of 2020. “The Woodrow Wilson High School Community Foundation is proud to continue in our tradition of assisting students graduating from Woodrow Wilson High School achieve their […]

New Nexus CEO has passion for serving

New Nexus CEO has passion for serving

By Sharon Adams After a four-month intensive search, Nexus is pleased to announce the selection of Heather Emmanuel Ormand as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Heather follows Nexus Recovery Center’s previous long-term CEO of 30 years, Becca Crowell, who is retiring in July 2020. Nexus selected Heather after an extensive regional search led by […]

Perot Museum reopens on July 9

Perot Museum reopens on July 9

By Taylor Mayad With the safety of guests, staff and volunteers a top priority, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science will reopen its doors Thursday, July 9, with new public-health protocols and ticketing procedures in place. To ensure the best experience during preferred times and to manage capacity, guests are strongly encouraged to purchase […]

Flatbread Company is back!

Flatbread Company is back!

Lone Star Flatbread at 1720 Greenville Ave. is reopening this week and has immediate openings for full time experienced bartenders and servers. Apply in person daily 12-6 P.M. Candidates should have super positive attitude, willingness to learn, and be team oriented. Great opportunity for Students home for the summer. We have a training program that guarantees […]

Pride erupts after high court decision

Pride erupts after high court decision

By Rebecca Aguilar Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) employees will now have more protection at work. In a 6-to-3 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against discrimination in the workplace on the bases of sexual orientation.  The ruling has given Veronica Jimenez of Dallas some relief.  By day she presents as male at […]

Orchestra returns to live performances

Orchestra returns to live performances

The beautiful music wafting through the summer air on June 26 at 7:30pm will be from the Orchestra of New Spain at Zion Lutheran Church – 6121 E Lovers Ln. – performing what may well be the first live classical concert in Dallas since March. Tickets are $25/10 (student ticket with ID) and can be […]