Foster harmonious new cat relationships

Foster harmonious new cat relationships

By Dr. Beth Leermakers A co-worker who has two adult cats is reluctant to adopt another cat, fearing that the older ones won’t accept a new kitty companion. Just because your cat gets along with his current feline friend doesn’t mean he’ll welcome another one into the mix. Because cats are territorial, they won’t necessarily […]

Women help women

Women help women

On March 13, Dallas Women’s Foundation held a patron party for the donors, supporters and honorees of its 2018 Maura Women Helping Women and Young Leader Awards. Leadership Forum & Awards Dinner Selection Committee Co-Chair Brenda Jackson hosted the illustrious group at Lakewood Country Club. Pictured here, from left to right, are: Effie Dennison (Texas […]

University takes control of student free press

University takes control of student free press

By Kylie Madry After an almost-90-year run as SMU’s independent, student-led publishing company, Student Media Company will close its doors in May. Student Media Company independently produces SMU Campus Weekly and the Rotunda yearbook, as well as smudailycampus.com and SMU Look in conjunction with the school’s journalism department. After a decision by the non-profit’s board […]

Innovative art uses wind energy

Innovative art uses wind energy

The Dallas Arboretum announced the arrival of its new summer exhibit, Wind Sculptures in Motion -The Kinetic Art of Lyman Whitaker, presented by Reliant, on display throughout the gardens April 15 through July 31. As the most recognized creator of kinetic art in the world, Whitaker hand-crafts copper wind sculptures that are mesmerizing juxtaposed throughout […]

Rowers caught in middle of controversy

Rowers caught in middle of controversy

By Sujata Dand White Rock Lake is calm on this Friday afternoon. The sun beats down on the young women’s varsity team as they practice for their next regatta. The cadence of the oars hitting the water is even. The White Rock Rowing boat is set. But, all it takes is one rower to be […]

‘Ready Player One’ must see for nerds of action flicks

‘Ready Player One’ must see for nerds of action flicks

By Chic DiCiccio There are moments during “Ready Player One” that remind you just how groundbreaking and fun a Steven Spielberg movie can be. There are also moments that feel like the now 71-year old Spielberg is grasping at nostalgia straws while saying “how do you do, fellow kids” over and over. However, a movie […]

Couple are always where they want to be

Couple are always where they want to be

Serena Runyon Farmer is someone who epitomizes the best of social networking. She could be a poster face for Facebook (FB). From her epicurean dishes to gastronomic desserts, “Chef Serena” is a Bryan Adams High School (BA) 1967 alumna with a flair for the culinary arts. At her recent 50th BA reunion, her friends’ faces […]

Climate change’s effect on food topic of talk

Climate change’s effect on food topic of talk

Frode Nilssen, a professor of international business and economics at Norway’s Nord University, will address the economic, social, political and financial impacts of climate change on the global food system and its ability to feed a growing population during a talk titled “Feeding the World in a Time of Climate Change,” from 6-7:30 p.m., April […]

Dallas Arts Month kicks into high gear

Dallas Arts Month kicks into high gear

Dallas Arts Month is a city-wide celebration of Dallas arts, held annually in the month of April. Arts Month is designed to build awareness and appreciation for the work of Dallas artists and organizations and foster creative learning and activity throughout the city. Residents and visitors are encouraged to participate in events and programming offered […]