Techie family supports small businesses

Techie family supports small businesses

By Shari Goldstein Stern “Yikes! I just spent three hours on this document that’s due tomorrow, then my screen froze up, and now I can’t find it!” Big business has the luxury of depending on its IT department to keep it afloat. Whew! But how does a small business without that specialized department stay above […]

Iconic insurance agent named ‘Best of’ by D

Iconic insurance agent named ‘Best of’ by D

  D Magazine announced its 2018 “Best of Winners” recently, and East Dallas’ own Ross Love (pictured at right) topped the magazine’s list of top insurance agents for the third time. “I’m honored. It’s wonderful to think that the community thinks so highly of our agency. To win the award for the third time is […]

Chefs ready to compete

Chefs ready to compete

Fifteen celebrity chefs will bring their talent and heart to the table in support of the Promise of Peace Gardens (POP) as they compete for the most “out of this world” okra dish in Dallas. The POP Emanuel Community Garden is hosting this year’s Okrapalooza on Sunday, Sept. 9 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. POP gardens […]

Local artists get grooving in the gardens

Local artists get grooving in the gardens

By Krista Gabbert Enjoy the thrill of live music at twilight with Garden Gigs at the Dallas Arboretum for its fourth season this July. Each Friday event features a curated selection of local artists and musicians performing intimate sets in picturesque settings throughout the 66-acre gardens. On July 27, the garden features Jake Paleschic, Becky […]

To-go items preserve planet at Nature’s Plate

By Amity Thomas Nature’s Plate, the local go-to vegan eatery based on sustainable, plant-based meals is addressing the current challenges with plastic and making its largest step yet into sustainable packaging for the grab and go concept. In conjunction with the launch of new summer offerings, compostable containers will begin to replace the current recyclables. […]

‘Zaap’ means delicious, and it is

By Sara Newberry Zaap Kitchen Lao & Thai Street Eats is a new spot on Greenville Avenue offering Lao and Thai food. What is Lao food, you ask? Well, it’s the native cuisine of Laos, a small landlocked country located between Thailand and Vietnam. It’s similar to Northern Thai and Vietnamese cuisines in that it […]

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Duvall gets first-ever award for ‘acts of kindness’

By Emily Maldonado CC Young is excited to announce its first annual Good Neighbor Award, which honors a resident or community member for their acts of kindness around the senior living campus. This year’s award will be presented to former CC Young resident Lynn Duvall for her dedication to feeding, walking and general care of […]

The Rock takes on a ‘Skyscraper’ and wins over audiences

The Rock takes on a ‘Skyscraper’ and wins over audiences

By Chic DiCiccio Based on all the marketing, you could jokingly imply that Dwayne Johnson fights a building in “Skyscraper.” Once you see the film, you’ll quickly realize that’s no joke. Johnson/Guy Who Sometimes is Called The Rock pretty much spends three-quarters of this insane, preposterous action movie, well, actually fighting a building. While it […]

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Fri 7/13 Father Flanagan, b. 1886 Patrick Stewart, b. 1940 Harrison Ford, b. 1942 Cheech Marin, b. 1946 Cameron Crowe, b. 1957 1930 – 1st ever World Cup soccer championship, played in Uruguay. Sat 7/14 For the Love of the Lake – Shoreline Spruce-Up Woody Guthrie, b. 1912 Ingmar Bergman, b. 1918 Esther Dyson, b. […]

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