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It’s been just over a year since the Perot Museum of Nature and Science opened its doors to the public on December 1, 2012 – and, nearly 1.4 million visitors...
The last several days of freezing rain, sleet, snow and ice in Dallas has sparked a few questions about insurance and coverage from my neighbors and friends in...
I asked our readers for photos of the ice storm that has closed down the Lone Star State. Dubbed “Icemageddon” or “Icepocalypse,” this storm has blacked out...
It’s a sad day when you have to announce the closing of your first coffee shop location. We opened Pearl Cup Coffee when Henderson Avenue didn’t have much to...
After evaluating weather conditions Friday morning, Dallas Marathon officials decided to cancel this year's race, scheduled for Sunday morning, Dec. 8, in the...
Angela Washeck – Guest Contributor
Dec 6 2013
The winter storm that blew through the Metroplex late Thursday night into Friday morning left around 240,000 people without power, according to Oncor. The...
New and existing homeowners, who are building or remodeling, now have a one-of-a-kind digital tool to simplify and bring transparency to the home building and...
Angela Washeck – Guest Contributor
Dec 5 2013
Dallas Independent School District announced Thursday afternoon that classes across the district will be canceled Friday. Additionally, school-related events on...
Due to the inclement weather and threat of icy conditions, the AT&T Performing Arts Center is rescheduling the Friday, Dec. 6 event "Reliant Lights Your...
As children stocked a food pantry, sorted donated clothing and shelved library books at Reconciliation Outreach in East Dallas, the NCAA’s North Texas Local...