Peacocks flourish near famous landmark

Peacocks flourish near famous landmark

FLAG POLE HILL By Judy Babb To folks who live near the White Rock Stables at the top of Flag Pole Hill, it’s not only the neigh of horses and the clatter of their hooves they expect to hear.  For about the last 50 years, a flock of peacocks, more correctly called peafowl when speaking […]

Crime Watch — September 16 – 22, 2022

Crime Watch — September 16 – 22, 2022

September 7 – 7 a.m. 4500 Greenville Ave. (75206)  Burglary with Forced Entry: Complainant reported that someone used a cutting tool to cut a hole in her wall, gaining entry. September 7 – 12:51 p.m. 13400 N. Central Expy. (75243)  Theft: Unknown suspect stole complainant’s apartment complex gate motor. September 7 – 9:30 p.m. 2700 […]

Cowboys cancelled before running

Cowboys cancelled before running

By David Mullen There’s a party going on at 30 Rock in Manhattan. According to online resource MediaPost, the season premiere of “Sunday Night Football” on NBC between the Dallas Cowboys and the Tom Brady-led Tampa Bay Buccaneers was “watched by 25.1 million in preliminary average minute viewers across all linear and digital platforms.” That’s […]

Crafters inspiring others to care for victims of war

Crafters inspiring others to care for victims of war

By Sarah Jackson While the world’s eye has mostly shifted away from the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, the reality is that millions of Ukrainians remain impacted by the cost of war. This includes an estimated 4.3 million children who have been displaced within the country and into neighboring countries. According to UNICEF, the battles raging […]

Young professionals unite

Young professionals unite

By Juliette Coulter Grant Halliburton Foundation celebrated the launch of its inaugural Young Professionals organization, or GHP YP, with a council announcement and networking event on August 25. Hosted at the Foundation’s new office at Pegasus Park, GHF YP members enjoyed refreshments and networked with fellow group members. Following the announcement of the 2022-23 GHF […]

Dallas ISD Board of Trustees Dan Micciche, District 3

Dallas ISD Board of Trustees  Dan Micciche, District 3

The 2022-2023 school year is off to a great start in District 3! I greeted students at Hexter and Jack Lowe Elementary Schools on the first day of school, while Superintendent Stephanie Elizalde greeted students at Emmett J. Conrad High School, and Chief Shannon Trejo welcomed the Sanger Stallions. Our students and staff are more […]

Familiar story told in inventive way

Familiar story told in inventive way

By Shari Goldstein Stern You can always count on Theatre Three (T3) to bring unique, interesting, one-of-a-kind work to its stage. Usually fresh, often quirky, many titles are brand new to most. “Big, Scary Animals” (BSA) is no different, and especially on the quirky side. Not to fret: there are no scary animals except the […]

Native Texan made Motown history

Native Texan made Motown history

By Shari Goldstein Stern There was palpable energy in the air at last Wednesday night’s production of Broadway Dallas’ “Ain’t Too Proud.” Entering the Music Hall at Fair Park, Baby Boomers relived their cherished ’60s and ’70s as they rocked their own versions of the Temptations Walk across the parking lot and through the lobby. […]

Chicken with Oyster Mushrooms and Fennel

Chicken with Oyster Mushrooms and Fennel

4 chicken thighs 2 garlic cloves, sliced 2 fennel bulbs, thinly sliced, fronds reserved for garnish 1 pound oyster mushrooms, torn into small pieces 3/4 cup heavy cream Oil Salt and pepper Heat oven to 350F.  Heat 2 tablespoons oil in an ovenproof skillet over medium heat. Season chicken with salt and pepper and place […]