Trailblazing scholarship endowed at UNT

Trailblazing scholarship endowed at UNT

CASTLEBERRY PEACE INSTITUTE By Rebecca Aguilar Peacemakers Inc. honored donors, supporters and volunteers who have supported the existence of the Castleberry Peace Institute (CPI) at the University of North Texas. Author and journalist Vivian Castleberry had a vision for peace in the world. In 2010, the institute was established in her name and since then […]

Early morning perfect time for lake photos

Early morning perfect time for lake photos

Goodnight, Moon! White Rock Lake Weekly reader Blake Wyne submitted this beautiful photograph of the moon setting. It was taken on the east side of the lake at Sunset Circle around 6:15 a.m. Blake has the privilege of working at White Rock Lake. Congratulations, Blake! You just won a $25 gift card to a favorite […]

Chickens to take over local market

Chickens to take over local market

By Amity Thomas White Rock Farmers Market partners with Urban Chicken on Saturday, May 4 for the third annual Chicken Day! Flock to the feathered fiesta and get up close and personal with these domesticated friends and learn all about backyard chickens from Urban Chicken during a free Chicken 101 class, which starts at 10 […]

Grilled Radish, Corn and Onion Salad

Grilled Radish, Corn and Onion Salad

1 bunch radishes, stemmed and rinsed, cut in half 1 small red onion, peeled and cut into wedges 1 ear corn, shucked  1 head butter lettuce, washed and torn 1/4 cup mayonnaise 1/4 cup buttermilk 1 tablespoon whole grain mustard 1/2 cup shredded Parmesan  Salt and pepper Olive oil Heat grill or grill pan to […]

Swiss Ave. opens up treasured homes

Swiss Ave. opens up treasured homes

By Robyn Schaub The Swiss Avenue Historic District (SAHD) proudly announces its 46th annual Mother’s Day Home Tour, which will take place Mother’s Day weekend, May 11-12.  This weekend-long tribute to Dallas’ historic past will feature five of the city’s most fabulous early 20th Century homes and, on Saturday only, an historic Gothic sanctuary built […]

Church is on mission

By Kelly Drake In March of last year, the congregation sold their property on Garland Road. The church was born in the LGBTQ community in 1991 during the AIDS crisis. At that time in Dallas there weren’t many houses of worship that welcomed someone gay. In addition to caring for the spiritual needs, the Friend’s […]

Tiger Woods blazes into sports lore

Tiger Woods blazes into sports lore

By David Mullen Was it the greatest comeback in sports history? Was it the greatest surprise in sports history? Was it the greatest moment in sports history? After Tiger Woods’ performance in winning the Masters on April 14, people are giving credit to Woods for all three.  Woods overcame a final round two-stroke deficit — […]

Seniors invited to DART to Fair

By Mark Ball Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) will host the 25th Older Americans Month Information & Health Fair on Thursday,  May 16, at Centennial Hall in Fair Park, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The annual event is one of the largest held in North Texas.  This year’s theme, “Connect, Create, Contribute,” encourages older adults […]

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