CASA thanks leaders

CASA thanks leaders

The North Texas Coalition Against Human Trafficking presented the Champion of Freedom Award to the Dallas and Fort Worth police departments at Dallas CASA on January 17. The departments were honored for their work combatting human trafficking. Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall and the Dallas Police Department’s High Risk Trafficking Unit, and Fort Worth Police […]

Artists share their ideas on El Corazón

Artists share their ideas on El Corazón

The Bath House Cultural Center is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its El Corazón exhibition. A reception with the artists will kick off the 2019 exhibition on Saturday, Feb. 2, from 7-9 p.m. This popular exhibition is a beloved annual tradition at the Bath House Cultural Center that gives artists an opportunity to create various […]

Hairballs are not always harmless

Hairballs are not always harmless

By Dr. Beth Leermakers Aaaccckkk. If you’re a cat parent, you probably dread hearing that hacking, retching sound your cat makes before she throws up a hairball — usually at 2 am. Although they’re fairly common, hairballs that occur frequently are not normal for a healthy cat. Cats’ digestive systems are built to handle the […]

Students help others experience eclipse

Students help others experience eclipse

By Devon West It was a dark and chilly Sunday night. Minus a few weak flashlights, the cold, concrete overlook was illuminated by the full supermoon. The lake gave off a dim reflection of the moon. With the help of three Bishop Lynch High School students (Gregory Little, Jackson Reed and Devon West), visitors to […]

Arboretum adding ‘Annie’ to the season

Arboretum adding ‘Annie’ to the season

By Juliette Coulter Now that the Dallas Arboretum is preparing for Dallas Blooms, the Southwest’s largest floral festival, many are wondering when spring will arrive in 2019. What better way to find out than to bring in everybody’s favorite meteorologist, the groundhog!  The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden will host its first Groundhog Day celebration […]

Lakehill students have a way with words

Lakehill students have a way with words

By Gigi Ekstrom Fifth grade student Cece Degeyter claimed the top spot in Lakehill Preparatory School’s Spelling Bee on January 9, correctly spelling lobelia.* She edged out fourth grader Rygel Farr, who claimed second, going out on proboscis.  Forty-five students in grades four through eight competed in the event. Henry Bennion was the last sixth […]

‘Glass’ shatters the illusion that Shyamalan has purpose

‘Glass’ shatters the illusion that Shyamalan has purpose

By Chic DiCiccio The very idea of pitting David Dunn (Bruce Willis) from “Unbreakable” and Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy) from “Split” against each other is exceptionally tasty. Title it “Glass,” add in criminal mastermind Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson, also from “Unbreakable”) cackling on the sidelines, and you’ve got the recipe for a unique […]

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