FIRST SIGHT ascends to next level

By Landry Rose Every year, an ensemble of fashion, art and opera patrons goes on an exclusive tour together to sip, shop and support The Dallas Opera. The Dallas Opera FIRST SIGHT Chair Joyce Goss hosted the group of 50 guests to the annual Sip and Style Stroll at NorthPark Center last Wednesday, May 9. […]

Abbott refuses to take gamble

By David Mullen The biggest sports news this week involves courses and courts. The courses, of course, relate to golf news coming from last week’s Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass and the AT&T Byron Nelson Open, which continues through Sunday, May 20. The reports from the courts are not necessarily from the NBA, where LeBron […]

Hospice now available for man’s best friend

Hospice now available for man’s best friend

By Dr. Beth Leermakers When is it time to say goodbye to a beloved pet? My parents recently made the heart-breaking decision to put down their 17 year old little dog. Sandy, whom they adopted 12 years ago, had a mass on his side, was going blind, had limited mobility and often had accidents in […]

Burnett to share clips, memories

By Cindy Evans Carol Burnett, award-winning actress and best-selling author, is widely recognized by the public and her peers for her work on stage and screen and most notably “The Carol Burnett Show.” A Dallas audience at a one-night-only experience at the Winspear Opera House will enjoy an evening of laughter and reflection with Burnett […]

1940s radio shows come to life at public library

The Seasoned Players rehearsed “backstage” at the Skillman Library recently before their afternoon presentation to the public. Their “Radio Days” performance features a collection of radio scripts from the 1940s and 1950s. The Skillman Southwestern Branch of the Dallas Public Library is located at 5707 Skillman Street in Dallas. Visit dallaslibrary2.org/branch/skillman for a list of […]

‘Isle of Dogs’ a must visit for fans of Anderson, canines

By Chic DiCiccio Now that Earth’s Mightiest Heroes are printing currency in virtually every country on the planet, most major movie studios have backed away from this weekend. In fact, it’s safe to assume that the next month will be dominated by “Avengers: Infinity War.” If super hero flicks aren’t your bag, there is a […]

Turning down heat in home turns up savings in pockets

By Naïma Hill By now, most everyone in the Metroplex has gone through a housing crisis. Whether you are a renter or home owner, the current housing market is insane. Never mind trying to find a builder, apartment or house that has any sustainable design initiatives, it’s hard enough to even find an affordable place. […]

Custom-made coop part of 2018 Peep Tour raffle

Custom-made coop part of 2018 Peep Tour raffle

By Suzanne Gentry Flodin Feeling cooped up? Then make plans to attend the urban chicken experience tour of the year. A Peep at the Coops, a one-day tour of private urban chicken coops in North and East Dallas, is set for May 6. The event features some of the most innovative coops for raising chickens […]

Classifieds

Air  Conditioning & Heating Jesse’s A/C and Appliance Service Experienced, professional service for your Washer, Dryer, Oven, Range, Freezer, Refrigerator, Ice Maker, Dishwasher, Disposal, Microwave, Cooktop, etc. Tx Lic. # TAC-LB13304C 214-660-8898 Cell: 214-769-2483 ALL HOME REPAIRS Large & Small  “Honey-Dos” welcome! 30 years experience. References 972-329-6616 CLEANING SERVICE ArtyClean can solve all your residential […]

Coalition creates new award to honor Alder

By Chris Heinbaugh The Dallas Area Cultural Advocacy Coalition (DACAC) announced the creation of The Jac Alder Award, recognizing effective and inclusive arts advocacy. The group also announced that the first recipient of the award is Joanna St. Angelo, Sammons Enterprises executive director of the Sammons Center for the Arts. She is also DACAC’s long […]

1 2 3 4