NFL players to speak at Beacon of Hope event

NFL players to speak at Beacon of Hope event

By Juliette Coulter NFL football greats Dak Prescott (pictured), of the Dallas Cowboys, and Solomon Thomas, of the New York Jets, will be the featured speakers for Grant Halliburton Foundation’s Beacon of Hope Community Luncheon on Tuesday, March 7 at the Omni Dallas Hotel. Both young men are on a mission to raise awareness about […]

Tolkien meets Wagner

Tolkien meets Wagner

The Dallas Opera premieres a new production of Wagner’s epic tale “Das Rheingold,” a title returning to the Winspear stage after more than 20 years. The Atlanta Opera creation opens at the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House at 2403 Flora St. in Dallas on Friday, Feb. 10, at 7:30 p.m. and runs through February […]

‘America’s Team?’ They are Jerry’s team

‘America’s Team?’ They are Jerry’s team

By David Mullen Residents of the Dallas-Fort Worth area are fortunate to root for teams in all major professional sports. The NFL, Major League Baseball, NBA, NHL, WNBA and MSL all have franchises here. The PGA has relocated their headquarters to Frisco. The area even has professional cricket on the way. But no sport captures […]

New CEO part of Pipeline’s restructuring process

New CEO part of Pipeline’s restructuring process

By Jane Brust Pipeline Health System, LLC, announced today that its Chapter 11 Plan was confirmed by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas. The health system filed for Chapter 11 Oct. 2. Pipeline expects to emerge from Chapter 11 in the coming weeks.  Pipeline’s executive leadership team and hospital CEOs […]

Kobdish honored for dedicated service

Kobdish honored for dedicated service

The Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce honored one of its own this week. Dr. Chuck Kobdish (pictured above on the left), of BackMenders Chiropractic with Care, received the group’s Chairman’s Award during a luncheon at Lakewood Country Club. The honor is given annually to a member based on their professional experience, contributions to the […]

Recitals part of Opera’s history

Recitals part of Opera’s history

By Shelby Homiston The Dallas Opera begins the new year with the return of the annual Robert E. and Jean Ann Titus Family Recital featuring Chinese soprano Ying Fang (pictured above) and pianist Ken Noda. Audiences can join the celebrated pair for an afternoon of song on Sunday, January 15 at 2 p.m. at the […]

Mavs challenge fans

Mavs challenge fans

The Mavs Reading Challenge is back to encourage the love of reading for kids of all ages. In an effort to improve reading literacy throughout North Texas, the Mavericks and Whataburger are challenging students, grades K-12, to join the program by reading 20 minutes a day, starting now through Mar. 31. All participants who log 20 […]

East Dallas couple has passion for plays, pets

East Dallas couple has passion for plays, pets

By Shari Goldstein Stern What’s black and white and red all over? A Disney Dalmatian with a red ribbon? Sure. So is that creative Kurt Kleinman’s annual “In Living Black and White (B/W) play, with its “surprise” touch of red at every final curtain. This year’s “The Dimension of Death!” is playing now at Richardson’s […]

Reunion offers 360º view of New Year

Reunion offers 360º view of New Year

The holiday season is upon us and what better way to celebrate than with family and friends at Reunion Tower. This month’s holiday happenings include events on the GeO-Deck, discount admission tickets, light shows and a show-stopping NYE fireworks display! Look no further than Reunion Tower’s GeO-Deck to entertain guests of all ages this festive […]

Community leaders honored for service

Community leaders honored for service

Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce has chosen the 2022 winners of the annual Business of the Year Awards. The winners were recognized at a luncheon on Thursday, Dec. 8 at The Point at CC Young. The winners are: Business of the Year — White Rock YMCA; Chairman’s Award — Caddo Office Reimagined; Entrepreneur of […]

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