Poblano Rayas with Corn and Tomatoes

Poblano Rayas with Corn  and Tomatoes

1 onion, thinly sliced 1 poblano pepper, seeded and sliced thin 1 cup grape tomatoes, halved 1 cup frozen corn 1/4 cup Greek yogurt 1/2 cup crumbled feta Oil, salt and pepper Heat 2 tablespoons oil in a heavy skillet over high heat until hot. Add onion and cook until softened and beginning to turn […]

Speaker says: ‘Honest truth better than lying’

Speaker says: ‘Honest truth better than lying’

By Juliette Coulter Grant Halliburton Foundation welcomed Nora McInerny, best-selling author, speaker and podcast host, to share her personal story at the Beacon of Hope at Home Virtual Luncheon on April 30. Presented by The David B. Miller Family Foundation, the luncheon supports Grant Halliburton Foundation’s work providing education, resources and support for children, teen […]

‘Wicked’ makes post pandemic premier

‘Wicked’ makes post pandemic premier

By Haley Harrington Dallas Summer Musicals (DSM) and Broadway Across America (BAA) are pleased to announce “Wicked,” Dallas’ most popular musical, will return to the Music Hall at Fair Park, August 3 through September 5, kicking off the 2021-2022 Germania Insurance Broadway Series presented by DSM. Tickets for the return engagement go on sale Friday, […]

Cowboys didn’t get their man (or did they?)

Cowboys didn’t get their man (or did they?)

By David Mullen Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones just can’t sit still on Draft Day, and the 2021 NFL Draft held on the bonny banks of no longer combustible Lake Erie in beautiful downtown Cleveland was no exception. Draft Day is now Draft Days (three) leaving teams like Las Vegas, Houston and possibly Dallas in […]

Crime Watch — Vol. 12, No. 18

Crime Watch — Vol. 12, No. 18

April 27 – 1 a.m. 2800 Block, N. Henderson Ave. (75206) Criminal Mischief: The suspect threw a brick through the complainant’s window.  April 27 – 8:40 p.m. 5000 Block, Sycamore St. (75206) Aggravated Robbery of an Individual: An unknown suspect cut the complainant on the nose and stole his vehicle.  April 28 – 1 a.m. […]

Freedom from cooties!

By Nancy Black I finally did it. And it was great. I’ll do it again soon, too. For the first time in more than a year, I flew in an airplane!  My heartstrings were pulling a week ago after a phone call with my son, who is in the Navy. He ended the call by […]

DUC wins four titles at Regionals

DUC wins four titles at Regionals

By Katrina Craycroft Dallas United Crew (DUC) competed in USRowing’s Central Youth Championships this past weekend. In addition to regional stalwarts, Jesuit Prep, Texas Rowing Center and OKC Riversport, competitors included teams such as Newport Aquatic Center, NorCal and Chicago Rowing Foundation from the outside of the Central Region; championship regattas were cancelled in the […]

Animal moms make motherhood look easy

Animal moms make motherhood look easy

By Dr. Beth Leermakers Many mothers put “time to myself” high on their list of preferred mother’s day gifts. That’s not surprising, since being a mother is a full time job without any sick leave or paid time off. Animal moms also devote considerable time and energy to caring for their young. I recently fostered […]

Alumni make up for lost graduation

Alumni make up for lost graduation

By Shari Goldstein Stern The high school graduation commencement dates to the 12th century, when scholastic monks in dark, daunting robes led the traditional rite of passage. It looked nothing like those currently held at the end of every school year. The annual tradition has evolved to fit into the current societal norms. Today, the […]

Artisans offer plant sale during event

Artisans offer plant sale during event

WHITE ROCK EAST GARDEN TOUR By Melissa Dermarkar What could be more fun than spending a Sunday strolling in some of the most beautiful gardens in Dallas?  A total of nine creative gardens in Forest Hills, Little Forest Hills and Casa Linda Estates will be showcased featuring peaceful retreats, large organic gardens, water features, lavish […]

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