Treats are finger-licking good

Treats are finger-licking good

Kate Weiser produces gorgeous chocolates year-round, but Halloween is a special time for her talents to shine. Known for her intricately hand-painted bonbons, candy bars and seasonal goodies, Weiser has produced a batch of Halloween-themed delights, including chocolate pumpkins, chocolate skulls, butterfingers (emphasis on “fingers”) and even some delicious eyeballs. These items are available at […]

Twice-Cooked Green Beans

Twice-Cooked Green Beans

1 cup vegetable oil 1 pound green beans, trimmed 1/4 cup chicken broth  1 tablespoon soy sauce  2 teaspoons minced garlic  2 teaspoons chile bean paste  1/4 teaspoon toasted sesame oil  2 teaspoons granulated sugar  1/2 teaspoon sea salt  1/2 teaspoon cornstarch mixed in 1 teaspoon water  Green onions, sliced, for garnish (optional) Heat oil […]

Neighbors oppose zoning change on Highland Road

Neighbors oppose zoning change on Highland Road

By Rebecca Boatman Many knew the property on Highland Road as the old trailer park. In 2006, the residents were evicted, and the trailers were removed. It was fenced in and put up for sale.  These four plus acres are partially in the flood plain and are filled with over one hundred old growth hardwoods […]

Music to be inspired by horse whisperer

Music to be inspired by horse whisperer

By Freya Bergren The Orchestra of New Spain (ONS) will present its second Concert of the 21-22 season with the Tom Lea Project on Sunday, Nov. 14 at 3 p.m. at the Texas Hall of State at Fair Park. Tickets are $45 and include the concert, wine reception and a presentation on Lea’s book “The […]

Rescues benefit from candle sales

Rescues benefit from candle sales

By Gabriela Pataro As we approach all Hallows Eve with costumes and candy, we see the ever-increasing tradition of the uniquely Mexican Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) blossoming every year north of the border.   Dia de los Muertos goes back 3000 years to the rituals honoring the dead in Pre-Columbian Meso […]

Kidd steers young Mavericks

Kidd steers young Mavericks

By David Mullen There is a new sheriff in town. Jason Kidd is back in Dallas, looking to bring order to a deep and talented posse of Maverick shooters. In replacing Rick Carlisle, who was the Dallas head coach from 2008-2021, former Mavericks star point guard Kidd arrives with plans of an up-tempo, selfless offense. […]

M Streets resident answers the call

M Streets resident answers the call

By Rosanne Lewis Longtime M Streets resident Lisa Ryan developed powerful advocacy skills while caring for her aging parents in their final years. When she picked up a brochure at Dallas CASA’s annual Parade of Playhouses event at NorthPark Center, she wondered if those advocacy skills might translate to working with children. “I am single […]

Spooky creatures weave their magic

Spooky creatures weave their magic

By Dr. Beth Leermakers Tis the season for outdoor Halloween decorations. In my neighborhood, that means a lot of spiders crawling up spider webs. Other than looking spooky and creepy, what do spiders have to do with Halloween? Read on for a few interesting facts and legends about spiders and ravens, another common Halloween animal. […]

Businesses providing safe, family fun

Businesses providing safe, family fun

On October 30, start your Halloween early and bring the whole family to Lowest Greenville for some daytime fun. Beginning at 11 a.m., kids can trick-or-treat at many of the strip’s fine establishments, including Greenville Avenue Pizza Company. There, the neighborhood’s little ones can stock up on free candy and even a gratis pizza that’s […]

Elle Realty finds perfect location

Elle Realty finds perfect location

The Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce helped celebrate the launch of the new Elle Realty location this past Friday, Oct. 15. Friends, family and clients came to help cut the ribbon to the new offices, which are located at 1350 N. Buckner Blvd. near Casa Linda Plaza. The crowd toured the new East Dallas […]

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