Crime Watch — Vol. 14, No. 48

Crime Watch — Vol. 14, No. 48

November 28 — 9:30 a.m. 4600 Block Amesbury Dr. (75206)  Repeated Electronic Harassment: The suspect was charged with conducting an online scam where the suspect threatened to shoot the complainant unless he sent money to the perpetrator. November 28 — 3:50 p.m. 10600 Block Garland Rd. (75218)  Robbery of a Business: The arrested person threatened […]

McRaven honored as a great contributor

McRaven honored as a great contributor

By Juliette Coulter The Dallas Arboretum presented its Great Contributors Award to Admiral William H. McRaven, former University of Texas System chancellor, retired U.S. Navy four-star admiral and New York Times best-selling author. He received the award in November at a dinner, with proceeds benefitting the Dallas Arboretum. After dinner, former U.S. Ambassador to NATO […]

Green Beans with Mushrooms and Boursin

Green Beans with Mushrooms and Boursin

8 ounces cremini  mushrooms, sliced 1 pound green beans, ends trimmed 1 shallot, thinly sliced 1/2 round garlic and fine herbs boursin Vegetable oil Kosher salt and black pepper In a large skillet, heat 2 tablespoons vegetable oil until hot. Add mushrooms and cook until soft, about 6 minutes.  Meanwhile, steam green beans either in […]

All aboard for DART’s Stuff a Bus event

All aboard for DART’s Stuff a Bus event

By Gordon Shattles The annual Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) “Stuff a Bus” program has returned to help our North Texas residents in need. With the holiday season just around the corner, the Stuff a Bus program will deliver socks and blankets to The Senior Source — as well as new and unwrapped toys and […]

Santa takes peek into important city history

Santa takes peek into important city history

By Taylor Mayad The Dallas Firefighter’s Museum is hosting “Santa at the Station” on Saturday, Dec. 16, from 1-5 p.m. Santa will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.  “Santa at the Station” provides a special opportunity to bring families into the Dallas Firefighter’s Museum to visit with Santa and take in the historic and […]

Book conveys story of painful triumph

Book conveys story of painful triumph

By David Mullens Noted NFL insider and former The Dallas Morning News sportswriter Gary Myers has just released Once a Giant: A Story of Victory, Tragedy, and Life After Football. Using the 1986 Super Bowl Champion New York Giants as a case study on and off the field, Myers relies on former head coach Bill […]

Bernice is 106!

Bernice is 106!

We’re taking lots of pics — Bernice is 106! Still going strong at 106 years, Bernice Nicklas takes it all in stride. She exercises with her coach, Adam, once a week and is the Queen of White Rock Court, in Dallas, Texas. Recently, she has been to the grocery store twice for vaccinations, and to […]

Life-sized snow globe ready for use

Life-sized snow globe ready for use

A new 14-foot snow globe is on view now at The Shops at Park Lane in Dallas! Located in the grass area between Starbucks and CAVA, the snow globe install is the perfect holiday photo opp experience with multi-colored Christmas trees, cushy benches, faux snow and other fun festive decor. The installation was created by […]

Well Grounded gets well-deserved donation

Well Grounded gets well-deserved donation

Well Grounded gets well-deserved donation By Nancy Black EDENS and Casa Linda Plaza, in collaboration with the Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce and the Live Local committee, created an amazing evening for the community to ring in the holidays. The shopping center transformed into a winter wonderland this past Monday evening for the Casa […]

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