Hear ye! Hear ye!

By Nancy Black Even though I didn’t want to get picked, I was still disappointed when I was dismissed for the day. My juror number was 2705, and the courts were already full of potential panels by number 1180. Darnit. My inner “Law & Order” and “Forensic Files” fan was truly let down. I did […]

Senior class passes on traditions to students

Senior class passes on traditions to students

Lakehill seniors are rapidly approaching the end of their high school careers. On April 26, they had the opportunity to slow things down a bit and celebrate the journey that has brought them to this point as Lakehill celebrated Senior Day. Seniors began their day with a catered breakfast in the cafeteria with their parents. […]

Success, one step at a time

Success, one step at a time

Christmas came early for students at Barbara Jordan Elementary School, as they were given a gift to help them thrive in confidence — a new pair of shoes. Shoes That Fit partnered with the Bosse Companies to donate more than 120 pairs of shoes and socks to help students stay happy, healthy and positive. Karen […]

Bees plagued by colony collapse disorder

Bees plagued by colony collapse disorder

By Dr. Beth Leermaker Can you imagine a world without almonds? Without honey bees, there would be no almonds. Honey bees are essential for pollinating many flowers, fruits and vegetables. About a third of all the food Americans eat — including citrus fruit, berries, pears, apples, avocados, broccoli and cucumbers — depend on honey bee […]

Mayor honored for international focus

Mayor honored for international focus

By Kara Schectman Mayor Mike Rawlings has been named the recipient of the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth’s most prestigious honor, the H. Neil Mallon Award, in recognition of his public service, civic and business leadership in Dallas that has advanced our local, national and international reputation. “I am honored to join the distinguished […]

Bush lends support to alcoholic women

Bush lends support to alcoholic women

THE MAGDALEN HOUSE By Nina Herndon The Magdalen House is honored to host former First Lady of the United States Mrs. Laura Bush at the 2019 Leave a Legacy Dinner, presented by Ben E. Keith Company Foundation. The dinner, held on October 3 at The Hall on Dragon in the Dallas Design District, will celebrate […]

Cacio e pepe

Cacio e pepe

8 ounces dried angel hair pasta 4 tablespoons butter 2 teaspoons freshly ground black pepper 1 1/2 cups grated fresh Parmesan cheese Salt Bring 3 quarts salted water to a boil and boil pasta just until al dente.  Meanwhile, in a skillet over medium heat, melt butter with black pepper.  Drain pasta, reserving 1/2 cup […]

San Martín Bakery opens 50th store

San Martín Bakery opens 50th store

By Martha Tiller Popular Guatemalan restaurant group San Martín opened on McKinney Avenue in the former McKinney Avenue Contemporary gallery space in December. Since then, the team of Guatemalan owners and executives, coupled with new Dallas staff, has worked diligently to transform and translate the concept to English and to Texan.   San Martín Artisan Bakery […]

‘Long Shot’ so darn charming it’s impossible to resist

‘Long Shot’ so darn charming it’s impossible to resist

By Chic DiCiccio If you strip away much of it, “Long Shot” is an old-fashioned romantic comedy. The high class, straight-laced person falls for their exact opposite, who of course is a flaky underdog that’s completely out of their league. So really, “Long Shot” is just like “Notting Hill” … if you remove the English […]

DUC trains for Regionals

DUC trains for Regionals

By Lisa Miller The spring season for Dallas United Crew (DUC) culminates on May 4 -5, in Oklahoma City as they defend four 2018 regional championship titles and vie for the right to move on to the National Championships in Sarasota, Fla. later this summer. To ready themselves for this important event, DUC traveled this […]

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