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Giving Circles pledge to honor, sustain, expand

By Juliette Coulter The Village Giving Circle at Dallas Women’s Foundation has officially debuted and joins two other giving circles hosted at Dallas Women’s Foundation: HERitage Giving Circle and Orchid Giving Circle. On April 29, The Village Giving Circle launch reception was held at the home of Shonn Brown, and raised more than $106,000, from […]

Proper training leads to solid foundation

By Dr. Beth Leermakers I need professional help. I finally acknowledged that I need a dog trainer to help me manage my challenging foster dogs. Oliver has to get along with at least one other dog in my house so he doesn’t have to be walked by himself. Oliver is socially awkward and intimidates new […]

Singing sisters to help local club ring in 36th anniversary

By Elizabeth Schrader The Dallas White Rock Newcomers Club is celebrating its “60 Year” Diamond Jubilee in a BIG way! The K3 Sisters Band, a delightful sister trio who perform across Texas, will entertain the crowd on June 5 at 10 a.m. “K3 is a family band formerly from Mesquite, now Sunnyvale, that has released […]

Local theater celebrates 35 years

By Shari Goldstein Stern “Just you wait, Henry Higgins” until June 15 for opening night of “My Fair Lady” kicking off Garland Summer Musicals’ (GSM) 2018 season. Lerner and Loewe’s brilliant musical masterpiece, “My Fair Lady,” will star Michael Robinson as Higgins and Alexandra Cassens as Eliza Doolittle. Michael Serrecchia directs the show. GSM never […]

First Baptist Academy defeats Hook

First Baptist Academy defeats Hook

By Lisa Emmick First Baptist Academy’s Theater Club, which consists of ninth-12th grade students, recently presented Disney’s “Peter Pan Jr.” The musical was based on the play by J.M. Barrie and the 1953 Disney film. The high school cast and crew contained 52 students. Peter Pan is the story of the boy who wouldn’t grow […]

All hail the King (of Cleveland)

By David Mullen When used as a noun, by definition a king is “the male ruler of an independent state, especially one who inherits the position by right of birth like King Henry VII, or the most important chess piece, which the opponent has to checkmate in order to win. The king can move in […]

Vol. 9, No. 50

May 23 – 12:19 p.m. 11500 Block, Data Dr. (75238) Burglary of a Building: An unknown suspect climbed the fence and stole property. May 23 – 12:45 p.m. 9000 Block, Markville Dr. (75243) Online Impersonation: The suspect created a false Tinder account using the complainant’s information. May 23 – 2:42 p.m. 2500 Block, Blyth Dr. […]

One ringy dingy. Two ringy …

By Nancy Black Ernestine is one of the most iconic characters from television in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Played by the brilliant Lily Tomlin, she was featured on “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In,” one of the funniest, edgiest shows of its time. “Ernestine was a nosy, condescending telephone operator who generally treated customers with […]

Performance has new ideas about cancer

Performance has new ideas about cancer

By Shelia Huffman Dance Idea held their premier performance, “Cacophony,” on stage Saturday evening at Central Christian Church. Dance Idea is a multi-media performance group celebrating dance in a variety of forms — choreography, dance for camera, performance, and private and group lessons. “Cacophony,” choreographed by Director Elizabeth Owens, is a story about two women […]

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