‘Hellboy’ is just about as repulsive as it gets

‘Hellboy’ is just about as repulsive as it gets

By Chic DiCiccio Before the movie’s title even appears on screen, “Hellboy” treats you to an insane yarn in which King Arthur beheads an evil witch then has sections of her body hidden in lockboxes all over England. It’s narrated by Ian McShane, who peppers this “history” lesson with colorful language as only he can. […]

Spaghetti dinner has drive-thru service

Spaghetti dinner has drive-thru service

Scouts from Boy Scouts of America Troop 42 will hold its annual Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, April 13 from 5:30- 8 p.m. The dinner will be held in Nance Hall of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 3204 Skillman St. in Dallas. Tickets are available at the door — $5 for adults and $2 for children 10 […]

Remembering those lost in sports during 2018

Remembering those lost in sports during 2018

By David Mullen In what has become a year-end tradition, we look back at those sports personalities who died in 2018. I apologize if I missed one of your favorites, but space is too limited to include everyone. They will all be missed. Paul Allen, 65. Best known as co-founder of Microsoft, he took his […]

Cowboys great proves that ‘Frazier Cares’

Cowboys great proves that ‘Frazier Cares’

ROBERT T. HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL By Josh Ault Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks for everything we have, but for some families, just having a turkey on the table is tough. Dallas Cowboy safety Kavon Frazier stopped by Hill Middle School on Nov. 16. Photo courtesy of Robert T. Hill Middle School Shelly Thibodaux, […]

Final market of the season set for Dec. 9

By Amity Thomas   The 10th annual Good Local Markets Holiday Market featuring locally grown produce, fresh baked artisan goods, unique hand-crafted holiday gifts, photo booth and live music takes place Saturday, Dec. 8 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at White Rock Farmers Market (9150 Garland Road). With 70 specialty food and artisan vendors, White Rock […]

New library to help diverse neighborhood

From FODPL reports The Dallas Public Library will break ground for its 30th branch on Tuesday, Dec. 4, capping a long effort to build a much-needed library in the Vickery Meadow neighborhood of Northeast Dallas. Councilmember Jennifer S. Gates will lead the ceremony as part of the Vickery Meadow Festival of Lights holiday celebration, with […]

Vanguard’s young scientists win first place

By Lisa Gilliam William B. Travis Vanguard and Academy won First Place Overall in the 2018 Winston Science event held recently at The Winston School in Preston Hollow. In addition, more than 40 Travis students took home individual and team ribbons for first, second and third place. Winston Science is an annual two-weekend science competition […]

Show designed to lessen stress

By Marty Van Kleeck One Thirty Productions kicks off the Holiday season with a star-studded cast in the sparkling “A Christmas Survival Guide” by James Hindman, John Glaudini and Ray Roderick. The production in cooperation with the City of Dallas and the Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, opened on Nov. 28 at the Bath House […]

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Feb. 22 2600 Live Oak St. Dallas, 75204 214-516-0706 Latino Cultural Center — Cara Mia Theatre presents “Bless Me, Ultima.” It’s a story about faith, healing and community reflective of Mexican-American cultures. Recommended for ages 10 and up. On stage through March 3. $5-$25. Feb. 22 4024 Caruth Blvd.  Dallas, 75225 800-838-3006 University Park United […]

A Christmas Carol

Part 4 STAVE THREE. THE SECOND OF THE THREE SPIRITS SCROOGE awoke in his bedroom. There was no doubt about that. But it and his own adjoining sitting-room, into which he shuffled in his slippers, attracted by a great light there, had undergone a surprising transformation. The walls and ceiling were so hung with living […]

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