Shields installed to protect drivers

Shields installed to protect drivers

By Mark Ball Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) has installed 511 respiratory DART installs droplet shields throughout the bus fleet since mid-March to help protect operators and passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic.   Designed by DART Engineering, with collaboration with Fleet Maintenance & Bus Operations teams, the Cv-19 Plexiglass Shields are made of high-impact plexiglass and […]

Mayor promotes masks

Mayor promotes masks

By Tristan Hallman To encourage people to wear face coverings to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, Mayor Eric Johnson temporarily changed his official portrait Monday to a new photo of him in a mask. Mayor Johnson has recommended wearing masks amid the ongoing pandemic. He has also worn masks during virtual City Council meetings […]

Meadows Museum ready to reopen

Meadows Museum ready to reopen

By Carrie Sanger The Meadows Museum, SMU, announced today that it will reopen to the public beginning Tuesday, July 7, 2020, at reduced capacity but with regular hours, according to guidelines set by the state of Texas. The museum shop will be open with limited capacity. In the fall, the museum hopes to open its […]

Guided tour to NOLA ready to roll!

5 Days – 4 Nights Sep 28 – Oct 02, 2020 $596 pp/Double Occupancy Decorative Iron Galleries the French Quarter of New Orleans This Tour Includes: Motorcoach transportation 4 nights lodging 8 meals: 4 breakfasts and 4 dinners GUIDED TOUR OF NEW ORLEANS Admission to the New Orleans’ FREE PEOPLE OF COLOR MUSEUM Admission to […]

Arboretum celebrates ‘the familiar’

Arboretum celebrates ‘the familiar’

By Terry Lendecker The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden announces its Summer of Sculpture festival featuring Seward Johnson’s “Celebrating the Familiar” exhibit, a collection of 25 life-size cast bronze sculptures throughout the garden, from June 22 to July 31. Advance online timed tickets are now required for entry to the Arboretum by calling 214-515-6615 or […]

NBA strives to avoid ‘Mickey Mouse’ season

NBA strives to avoid ‘Mickey Mouse’ season

By David Mullen “It’s a tall world after all.” Walt Disney World in Orlando will be the epicenter of the resumption of the 2019/2020 NBA season in late July after dramatically suspending the season on March 11 with games still in progress after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert, who mocked the pandemic at a press […]

Respecting the Rule of Law, judicial independence

Respecting the Rule of Law, judicial independence

By T Nguyen  tn@wturley.com The Rule of Law is a foundational principle in our American society. It has evolved into clear and fair processes to enforce laws, so that all citizens are held accountable to the same laws. The Rule of Law is based in democracy, separating legislative, executive and judicial powers. For example, to reduce […]