Bath House hosts 20th annual FIT FEST

Bath House hosts 20th annual FIT FEST

By David Meglino The Bath House Cultural Center celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Festival of Independent Theatres (FIT) in 2018. The festival was founded in 1998 as an effort to aid local theater companies without a permanent performance space. The festival features eight companies with one-act plays, paired in two-show blocks. The shows are […]


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Great cast having a blast in ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp’

By Chic DiCiccio It’s hard to believe, but there was a time when Paul Rudd wasn’t a household name. Sure, he’d pop up on “Friends,” get supporting roles in Judd Apatow movies (while stealing them), and everyone knows he’s Josh from “Clueless.” He was an actor that most of the general public would know as […]

Pork Chops Al Pastor-Style

Pork Chops Al Pastor-Style

1 can crushed pineapple 3 packets sazon seasoning with cilantro and achiote 2 tablespoons ground annatto seed Juice of 2 limes 4 thick pork loin chops (about 2 pounds) 1 pineapple, peeled and sliced 2 onions, cut into wedges Lime wedges, for serving Olive oil Salt and pepper In a resealable bag, combine the crushed […]

Creative play dates set for July 19 & 21

Remember the fun feeling of making pillow forts as a child? Local creativity coach, Jill Allison Bryan, invites the women who attend her Creative Oasis Retreats to tap into that playful, cozy feeling again by joining her for a fun-filled day of creative self-care. Bryan has transformed several rooms within her eclectic cottage near White […]

Game explodes with first-half fireworks

By David Mullen The All-Star Game is usually looked at as the midpoint of the Major League Baseball season. But in reality, despite a record number of early season rainouts, all teams have played more than half of their games already, well in advance of the Midsummer Night’s Classic on Tuesday, July 17 in Washington […]

Vol. 10, No. 5

June 26 – 1:58 am. 1800 Block, John West Rd. (75228) Aggravated Assault w/ a Deadly Weapon: Three unknown suspects assaulted the complainant by striking her with a baton. June 26 – 4:37 a.m. 2400 Block, N. Henderson Ave. (75206) Assault: The suspect grabbed the complainant and threw her to the ground, causing her to […]

Charlotte Hazle

August 16, 1927 – June 27, 2018 Charlotte Hazle was born to Robert and Anna Ita Bloch on August 16, 1927 in Germany and passed away on June 27, 2018. Charlotte was in the Mind, Body and Spirit care for 30 years. She is survived by her husband, King R. and daughter, Roma Buchanan. A […]

Sometimes life stinks

By Nancy Black Colorectal cancer. Mass murder at community newspaper. Plano’s very unpatriotic poop in our lake. Those were my notes to myself about possible subjects for this week’s editorial. Colorectal cancer because a childhood friend of mine just died, at the age of 53, from the disease. She wasn’t just any elementary school friend, […]

Holographic imagery brings Holocaust to life

Holographic imagery brings Holocaust to life

By Shari Goldstein Stern The Museum of Biblical Art (MBA) on Park Lane at Boedecker across from NorthPark Center might easily be missed if it’s not on your radar. When you do visit, your first impression will be of a distinctive collection of metal sculpture on the well-manicured grounds. If it’s cooler than 95 degrees, […]

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