Apparently if you really want to get one of your neighbors to open up about herself, you need to send somebody over to interview her for The New York Times. I learned more about my neighbor Virginia Savage Talkington (lotta names) McAlester from the pages of the Times yesterday than I ever knew fr ... More >>
Kartik Rathore opened The People's Last Stand in Mockingbird Station more than a year ago, and the foremost concept was it would be an upscale bar serving high-quality drinks. It was his first endeavor in the restaurant and bar business and he admittedly had a hard time in the beginning. While the d ... More >>
The Lubbock lawyer teamed up with Innocent Project lawyer Jeff Blackburn to see the state compensation for exonerees raised. Now both men are under fire from their clients.
Want to see some hot firemen and hot beauty queens while sampling some hot chili? Then head to the Sixth Annual Stop-Drop-n-Roll Chili Cook-Off in Grapevine benefiting the WPI Firefighters' Fund this Saturday, October 16. Last year's event raised over $110,000 for families of fallen and inj ... More >>
Back when we lived way east on 30 near Zion Road, we nicknamed that giant reservoir out there "Lake Ray Stumpy", for reasons we probably don't have to explain. The weather's been kinder lately, though, and things are looking much fuller. Probably no coincidence that business there has reached ... More >>
NorthPark breaks out the face paint
Plus: Move Over, Swifties; Thanks A Lot, Pal
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