Earth sees first image of black hole

Earth sees first image of black hole

By Bill Chappell KERA/NPR News The world saw the first-ever image of a black hole Wednesday, as an international team of researchers from the Event Horizon Telescope project released their look at the supermassive black hole at the center of galaxy Messier 87 (M87).  The image shows a dark disc “outlined by emission from hot […]

Garden announces summer fun

Garden announces summer fun

  By Juliette Coulter From April 15 to October 31, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden unveils “Celebrate the Children,” an art exhibition designed and created by Gary Lee Price. Guests can interact with beautiful, hand-crafted bronze sculptures of children, which are displayed throughout the garden.  Created by Price, “Celebrate the Children” features more than […]

Family trail walk part of race day fun

Family trail walk  part of race day fun

On you marks, get set, go! The 2019 Run the Highlands begins on April 27 at 8:30 a.m. on Church Road in front of Lake Highlands High School. Sponsored by the Lake Highlands Junior Women’s League, the race is a certified 10k and 5k, and is timed using state-of-the-art electronic timing. Special awards are given […]

Sixth Floor welcomes Wygant to remember

Sixth Floor welcomes Wygant to remember

By Laurie Ivy On Monday, April 22, Texas television legend Bobbie Wygant will be at The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza to share insights and memories from her seven-decade career in broadcasting, including her experience broadcasting live on November 22, 1963, as news broke of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The second […]

Doggie limbo? Yes! Carnival promises fun

Doggie limbo? Yes! Carnival promises fun

By Dr. Beth Leermakers Easter egg hunts aren’t just for children! Dogs can also enjoy searching for treats. Last year, I took my foster dog Panda to an Easter egg hunt where the dog or his person was required to touch each treat-filled plastic egg with his or her nose. Because Panda wasn’t interested in […]

‘Prowler’ ready to make Dallas home

‘Prowler’ ready to make Dallas home

By Carla Meadows The Frontiers of Flight Museum will mark the arrival of its latest aircraft, the Northrop Grumman EA-6B “Prowler” BuNo 162228, with a community celebration on Saturday, April 13 from 10 a.m. to noon. This family-fun event features veteran speakers, photo ops, Q&A with former “Prowler” pilots and crew, refreshments, and activities for […]

Petra and the Beast phantasmagorical

Petra and the Beast phantasmagorical

By Sara Newberry Usually when I struggle with writing one of these reviews it’s either because the experience was so bad I am trying to think of something nice to say, or the experience was so mediocre I’m trying to think of anything to say at all. This time I’m not having either of those […]

DUC leaves it ‘all on the course’

DUC leaves it ‘all on the course’

By Lisa Miller Dallas United Crew (DUC) continued its strong spring regatta season at the 2019 OKC Junior Invite, which took place in the Boathouse District on March 23. Started in 2011, this rowing competition began with four teams and has grown to include teams from across the Central Region, including Oklahoma City, St. Louis, […]

Wildcats! Save the date and nominate!

Wildcats! Save the date and nominate!

Nominations to the Woodrow Wilson High School Hall of Fame are now open! Your participation is crucial to the continuation of this distinguished program, which seeks to recognize and celebrate Woodrow’s most talented, accomplished and civic minded. Nominations may be submitted by anyone but the deadline is May 20. Those selected for the Hall of […]

Poor David’s still fine tuning after four decades

Poor David’s still fine tuning after four decades

By David Mullen Poor David’s Pub and its owner David Card have been pioneers on the Dallas music scene for decades. It began on an underdeveloped McKinney Avenue, moved to a bustling and vanguard Greenville Avenue and has now taken up roots in the bourgeoning Cedars neighborhood at 1313 S. Lamar St. “I grew up […]