First 3D, AI-based heart test performed in Texas

First 3D, AI-based heart test performed in Texas

By Melissa Grych White Rock Medical Center is the first in Texas to use artificial intelligence-based technology for care of patients with heart disease. The AI-based system helps physicians safely and precisely view and calculate a heart blockage so they can determine how to proceed in as little as 45 seconds while bedside in the […]

Chamber hosts foodies

Chamber hosts foodies

Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce President Brad Grist (left) is joined by panelists (from left to right) Brian Reinhart, Casey Cutler, John McBride, Corey Mobley and the event’s emcee, Dr. Chuck Kobdish. The luncheon focused on the importance of community support for local restaurants.             — Nancy Black

‘Dad Bod Burger’ back

‘Dad Bod Burger’ back

Rodeo Goat Ice House celebrates Father’s Day by bringing back The Dad Bod Burger on June 18 and 19. The ultimate Dad Bod Burger returns for this special weekend. An all-natural 44 Farms beef patty topped with a fried macaroni and cheese patty, bacon, Fresno mayo, arugula and pickles is drizzled with Rodeo Goat’s signature […]

Big Tex looking for a few good folks

Big Tex looking for a few good folks

With just over 100 days until the State Fair of Texas opens, Big Tex is looking to hire thousands of sensational seasonal Tex Team members. Seasonal job applications are now available online for a variety of departments. Known for celebrating all things Texan, seasonal team members are essential to welcoming folks from all over to […]

Woodies dedicated to benevolence

Woodies dedicated to benevolence

By Juliana Mitchell The Woodies is a well-known group on the CC Young campus that has significantly contributed to the organization and the community through their carved creations. Most recently, they hand carved a beautiful wooden sculpture to commemorate the special centennial anniversary of CC Young. This commemorative project serves as a representation of the […]

Pop up market part of Pride in Bloom

Pop up market part of Pride in Bloom

By Terry Lendecker The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden celebrates LGBTQ Pride Month in the garden. Guests are invited on Saturday, June 11 to savor items in the curated local Pride Pop-up Market in the Main Garden entry plaza. They may also visit the new mural installation featuring artists MOM and Will Heron, who are […]

Junior League inspires community involvement

Junior League inspires community involvement

The Junior League of Dallas (JLD) hosted its 100th birthday celebration at JLD Headquarters on May 4, the organization’s original charter date. The family-friendly celebration featured a food truck, a photo booth, a DJ and of course, a birthday cake! Wipstitch Needleworks was also in attendance with a booth full of stitch canvases, kits and […]

Fryers heating up for 2022 Fair

Fryers heating up for 2022 Fair

By Karissa Condoianis For 136 years, food has been a focal point of the annual State Fair of Texas exposition. When you ask folks what their favorite part of the State Fair is, without skipping a beat, many will answer food. As an event that blends more than 2 million people from all walks of […]

UNT coming to East Dallas via CC Young

UNT coming to East Dallas via CC Young

By Trista Moxley CC Young and The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of North Texas (OLLI at UNT) signed a three-year Partnership Agreement with CC Young Senior Living in Dallas. As part of this agreement, OLLI at UNT’s Dallas-based courses will be held exclusively at The Point, CC Young’s 20,000 square foot multipurpose […]

Benefits of being second

Benefits of being second

By David Mullen Among the key players on the Dallas Mavericks 2021-22 roster, Jalen Brunson, Spencer Dinwiddie and Dwight Powell were second round NBA draft choices. Sometimes, future NBA stars don’t need a second chance, they need a chance at being second. Former college star, EuroLeague player and NBA scout Pete Mickeal knows firsthand the […]

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