Did the Cowboys get better?

By David Mullen The Dallas Cowboys might have gotten better, despite not having a first round pick in the NFL Draft held April 25 through April 27, by not picking. Their archrival New York Giants seemed to help the Cowboys by the selections that they made. Fans, always seeking immediate results, can’t really judge a […]

Roger Emrich

Roger Emrich

Story courtesy of KRLD Radio A Texas Broadcasting legend is dead. Roger Emrich, a member of the Texas Radio Hall of Fame and a long-time sportscaster and reporter for 1080 KRLD and the Texas State Network, died Saturday night, April 27. He was 62. Emrich’s son Ted, a network sportscaster in his own right, announced the […]

True Latin American heritage now on view

True Latin American heritage now on view

This Cinco de Mayo, the Latino Arts Project will open its doors in Dallas’ Design District with the exceptionally curated exhibition, “Mexican Modern Sculpture: A Study of the Artists.” Curated by María Estela Duarte, one of the greatest authorities in Mexican modern art, the inaugural exhibition will feature nearly 100 sculptures and numismatics from nine […]

Moms to be serenaded

Moms to be serenaded

The Dallas Opera will perform a free Mother’s Day program at NorthPark Center. The half-hour event begins at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 11 in the South Court (between Neiman-Marcus and Dillard’s). Sopranos Courtney Stancil and Gabrielle Gilliam, accompanied by Mary Dibbern, will serenade shoppers with a selection of popular love songs and arias made […]

Burrell honored for 30 years of dedication

Burrell honored for 30 years of dedication

GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA By Allison Golden Girl Scouts Troop 1906 has been serving their local community for more than 30 years. Michelle and Majorie Burrell are two of the current troop leaders. Majorie has been a troop leader for the entire 30 years. The group recently hosted a 30-year reunion with events happening the […]

Creative students reveal the tale of Oz

Creative students reveal the tale of Oz

By Gene Wilson III First Baptist Academy Theater Club recently presented the favorite musical tale of Dorothy and friends from “The Wizard of Oz.”  The musical was based on the hit film that was nominated for several Academy Awards upon its release, including Best Picture and Visual Effects. Did you know 2019 is the 80th […]

Jr. Fire Marshals learn to ‘go low in smoke’

Jr. Fire Marshals learn to ‘go low in smoke’

From Dallas ISD  Staff Reports More than 200 students at Frederick Douglass Elementary School were deputized as Junior Fire Marshals and got a hands-on fire safety lesson exploring a mobile fire simulation house. Texas Rangers baseball legend Michael Young joined The Hartford and the Dallas Fire-Rescue to help educate children about the importance of fire […]

2019 Wine on the Roof offers online bidding

2019 Wine on the Roof offers online bidding

By Vicki Young East Lake Pet Orphanage (ELPO), a Dallas-based, no kill animal shelter, announced the Orphanage’s 18th Annual Wine on the Roof fundraiser will be held Saturday, May 18, beginning at 7 p.m. at East Lake Pet Orphanage, located at 10101 E. Northwest Highway, Dallas, Texas 75238.  As the largest fundraiser of the year […]

SaSa Sushi surpasses expectations

SaSa Sushi surpasses expectations

By Sara Newberry When Jerry’s Wood-Fired Dogs closed in 2016, I know a lot of people wondered what would pop up in its place. I’m sure most, like me, just assumed it would just be another pub or tavern, similar to the Cock & Bull, or another family-friendly fast-casual spot like Liberty Burger. I could […]

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