Local Girl Scouts supported by Monster

Local Girl Scouts supported by Monster

Monster Yogurt is gearing up for Girl Scout cookie season, Jan. 11 – Feb. 24 at all locations including Dallas at 9540 Garland Rd. in Suite 394. Local Girl Scout troops are encouraged to book their time at Monster Yogurt locations to sell their delectable wares, all the while building character, learning to work as […]

Pegasus clowns around with murder

Pegasus clowns around with murder

By Shari Goldstein Stern Following 33 notable years of presenting inventive theater to Dallas and North Texas-area audiences, Pegasus Theatre’s 20th In Living Black & White installment, “Clowning around with Murder” (“Clowning”) opened with its traditional New Year’s Eve premiere to a full house at the Charles Eisemann Theater. For regular Pegasus theatregoers who know […]

Paper lays off 20 newsroom employees

Paper lays off 20 newsroom employees

  By Tom Jones Senior Media Writer The Poynter Institute The newspaper industry took another hit Monday as one of the country’s biggest and most-respected publications underwent major cuts. The Dallas Morning News eliminated 43 jobs, with nearly half coming in the newsroom. Its leaders say it was necessary to lay the groundwork for aggressive […]

Bullock is brilliant, but ‘Bird Box’ is unnerving

Bullock is brilliant, but ‘Bird Box’ is unnerving

By Chic DiCiccio During the week of Christmas, approximately 45 million people celebrated the holiday spirit by watching the horror-thriller “Bird Box.” There’s also been countless promos and commercials all over television, the internet, social media, buses, sandwich boards, etc. It’s basically the most hyped up movie to never be shown in theaters.  So, is […]

And the favorite meals of 2018 are …

And the favorite meals of 2018 are …

By Sara Newberry The year 2018 has been an interesting one for local restaurants. We lost Mamoun’s (after less than a year!), as well as local favorite Blind Butcher, and the legendary Highland Park Soda Fountain. On the flipside, we welcomed newcomers in Jaram’s Donuts, Jack’s Kitchen (review to come soon!) and Taco Heads. I’ve […]

Second season begins with local flavor

By David Mullen The NFL begins its second season as the playoffs kick off on Saturday, Jan. 5. We have local representation in the Dallas Cowboys; the defending World Champion Philadelphia Eagles squeaked in; teams that experienced immediate upswings like the Chicago Bears and the Indianapolis Colts made it; and there is a return to […]

An Indoor Species?

An Indoor Species?

By Nancy Black I heard it on a radio ad. And it was for an outdoor sporting goods company. But they called Americans the first “indoor species.” An indoor species? Yes. I looked it up. People spend 95 percent of their time inside, the REI YouTube video says. That adds up to about 70 plus […]

Snyder’s giving nature touches lives

Snyder’s giving nature touches lives

By Victoria Albrecht The SPCA of Texas is thrilled to present the 2018 Mary Spencer Award to Bobbi Snyder during Paws Cause 2019, “4 Paws at a Time,” benefitting the Southern Dallas Spay/Neuter and Wellness Initiative and the SPCA of Texas’ Mary Spencer Clinic at Village Fair.  The award recognizes Snyder as an animal advocate […]

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