Local Market to double SNAP dollars

Local Market to double SNAP dollars

Good Local Markets kicks off White Rock Farmers Market’s 11th season on Saturday, March 9 from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. at 9150 Garland Road in Dallas. This season, Good Local Markets will be doubling SNAP/EBT dollars, increasing healthy food access for SNAP users. SNAP/EBT users will be able to slide their card at the farmers market […]

Scouting project benefits refugees

Scouting project benefits refugees

University Park Troop 70 recently bestowed the highest honor of Eagle Scout on Lakewood resident and Jesuit College Preparatory junior Jack Tucker Carroll (pictured). He is the son of Kathy and Don Carroll of Dallas. For his Eagle project, Carroll organized a campaign for baby supplies benefiting Gateway of Grace’s Refugee Ministry. Jack enlisted friends, […]

‘Isn’t It Romantic’ far more fun than most RomComs

‘Isn’t It Romantic’ far more fun than most RomComs

By Chic DiCiccio It’s a clever trick for a movie to satirize an entire film genre while, in fact, fully embracing it. Go too hard and you’ve got a sour, angry movie on your hands. Take it too easy, well, then you don’t have too much of a satire. “Isn’t It Romantic” almost pulls that […]

Havana Cafe satisfies Cuban cravings

Havana Cafe satisfies Cuban cravings

By Sara Newberry Havana Cafe has been open for a few years now, and I attempted to review it when it was first open. Unfortunately, my experience was not a positive one, so I did not write about it. I put Havana Cafe on the back burner and visited other spots around town. Finally, I […]

Sharpening game with help from pros

Sharpening game with help from pros

By David Mullen Now is the time many area residents turn their attention to getting their golf game in order. A high-tech facility has just opened in Dallas where you actually learn using the newest equipment combined with one-on-one instruction from former pros. Founder and director of golf Anthony Broussard and former PGA player Jeb […]

Polio. Not polo!

By Nancy Black “When she turns 18, I’m paying for her vaccinations,” my youngest child declared about her best friend. Said friend’s mother is one of those parents who choose to not have their children vaccinated. It is a choice every parent has the right to make. My teenager was just afraid for her BFF. […]

Lakehill team makes strategic alliances

Lakehill team makes strategic alliances

On Saturday, January 26, Lakehill’s First Tech Challenge Robotics team, the Bionicles, competed in their second qualifying tournament in Ferris, Texas. The Bionicles’ robot, Thok, performed beautifully. Throughout the first half of the day, the team found themselves in the top spot in the rankings, out of 27 teams. The Bionicles held that position until […]

For a few bones, artists will entertain

For a few bones, artists will entertain

The ninth annual Concert for Kindness returns to Moody Performance Hall on March 10, bringing performance and visual artists together to celebrate art and animals all while raising funds for homeless pets. Presented by Artists for Animals, the evening features a multimedia concert, a silent auction and a heartwarming photography and art presentation. Proceeds from […]

Albright discusses fascism, foreign policy, Trump

Albright discusses fascism, foreign policy, Trump

By Kara Schectman On Sunday, Feb. 11, the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth welcomed 2,500 guests and the 64th Secretary of State Madeleine Albright to the McFarlin Auditorium on the SMU Campus. Albright discussed her latest New York Times #1 Bestseller Fascism: A Warning. Albright is the first female U.S. Secretary of State, serving […]

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