Yet another episode in the saga to preserve nature in Dallas.
Tried to get past these two very irritating issues but couldn't pull it off. Woke up in middle of night last night reaching for the shotgun. Please indulge. Eye and ear protection recommended. First clay pigeon I'd like to try a couple 12-gauge shells on: a throw-away line in an editorial last Sund ... More >>
After an agreement was reached earlier to let the city mow the wild grass at Winfrey Point, both City Hall and the Arboretum have come out firing PR-wise, trying to turn the tide of support for keeping cars off of the "prairie." Below you'll find releases sent by both City Hall, which swears it's g ... More >>
A technical glitch (on my end, I guess -- sabotage?) kept me from listening in on Dallas Arboretum president and CEO Mary Brinegar's presentation to the council's Quality of Life Committee this morning. Shame too, as her chat this morning was City Hall's first real chance to hear all about the $58-m ... More >>
Dallas' matrons of charity find that ostentation is out and value is in when it comes to raising money