Police Reports: Feb. 6-12

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DALLAS

7 TUESDAY
After 9 p.m., a thief entered a vehicle in the 5300 block of Waneta Drive and stole the third row seat.

After 10 p.m., a burglar broke into a vehicle in the 5400 block of Neola Drive and stole the third row seat.

During the night three vehicles in an apartment parking lot in the 3800 block of West Northwest Highway were broken into.

8 WEDNESDAY
At 5 p.m., a shoplifter stole property from Macy’s in NorthPark Center. A woman was arrested on a charge of theft.


Bethenny Frankel to Speak at 11th Annual Chick Lit Luncheon

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Community Partners of Dallas will be hosting their 11th Annual Chick Lit Luncheon on Friday, April 21st at the Hilton Anatole. Tricia George and Mary Martha Pickens will co-chair the event with Katy Block, Marybeth Conlon, and Lori Anna Dees serving as underwriting chairs.

Taking great pride in restoring life to abused and neglected children, Community Partners of Dallas has provided support and critical resources to caseworkers at Dallas County Child Protective services. Items such as uniforms, food, hygiene products, and diapers have been provided in the past.

Best-selling author, businesswoman, and reality star Bethenny Frankel has been chosen as the featured speaker to discuss her approach to parenting, relationships, and much more.


Homeless Shelter to Host Graduation Ceremony

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Screen Shot 2017-02-14 at 10.45.00 AMThe Dallas LIFE Homeless shelter will honor 25 residents during its semi-annual graduation ceremony at 9:30 a.m. Feb. 20. This year’s class includes several military veterans.

Each graduate has successfully completed a 10-month Homeless No More Recovery Program. The curriculum stresses accountability, and includes lessons in drug and alcohol recovery, anger management, relationship restoration, job readiness, resume preparation, interview skills, money management, as well as personal and spiritual growth.


Kramer Elementary Presents Northaven Home Tour

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Screen Shot 2017-02-13 at 3.18.50 PMThe Arthur Kramer Elementary School PTA presents the first annual Northaven Home tour from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 8 as a means to showcase the surrounding neighborhoods.

Berenbaum/Magadini Architects and Julie Haymann of Virginia Cook Realtors will serve as title sponsors.

Reservations must be made ahead of time. General Admission tickets are $20. Special home tours can also be booked for $25.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit northavenhometour.com.

 


Eatzi’s Coming to Preston Royal Village

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OaklawnMarketEatzi’s Market & Bakery, a European style market featuring chef-crafted take-out meals, plans to open its sixth location in the Preston Royal Village Shopping Center this October.

“The Preston Royal area was a natural and strategic move in our expansion plan,” Eatzi’s CEO Adam Romo said. “The Preston Royal Village Shopping Center is an iconic location which is a perfect fit for our lifestyle concept.”

Items expected at the new location include will a variety of grilled meats and seafood, sushi, custom sandwiches and salads, deli meats, cheeses, pastries, desserts, beer and wine.

The store will be open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week.


ESD Wins Fourth Straight SPC Soccer Title

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The ESD girls took a familiar pose with the trophy following the SPC championships over the weekend in Houston.

The ESD dynasty concluded another chapter on Saturday when the Eagles earned their fourth consecutive SPC girls soccer championship in dominating fashion.

ESD crushed its three opponents by a combined score of 11-0 over two days in Houston, capping another unbeaten run through conference play with another title.

The Eagles (11-1-2) topped The Woodlands John Cooper 4-0 in the first round, followed by Houston St. John’s 3-0 in the semifinals and Houston Kinkaid 4-0 in the championship game.

Ellis Miller, a Colgate signee and the school’s all-time leader in goals, scored twice in each game during the tournament. She also assisted on goals by Gillian Campbell and Emma Viquez in the title game.


Wings of Freedom Comes to Love Field

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_DSC6606_editThe Wings of Freedom Tour comes to Dallas Love Field Airport March 22-26. The flying tribute to military pilots, ground crews, maintenance personnel, builders, and their families will include a B-17 Flying Fortress, a “Nine O Nine,” B-24 Liberator “Witchcraft,” B-25 Mitchell “Tondelayo” Bombers, a P-51 Mustang fighter, and a Vietnam era Huey helicopter.

Visitors will have the opportunity to explore the planes. Tickets are $12 for adults and $7 for children. Those wishing to ride in the B-17 or B-24 can do so as well. Fees vary from aircraft to aircraft.

For reservations and more information, call 800-568-8924.


Love Yourself

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As we celebrate the month of romantic love, it’s also the perfect time to celebrate and love ourselves: take time to do what makes us happiest and brings us joy. do what takes away the pressures of our work lives, our social lives, our family, and other obligations that keep us from giving back to ourselves fully; and do what gives us balance.

I’m a firm believer that balance is so important and should be a priority for our mental and physical well-being. Many years ago I gave the key note speech at the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Luncheon, which this year will take place Feb. 3. During that speech I talked about how we, as women, give all of ourselves to our loved ones but if we don’t stop and take the time to take care of ourselves, we can’t take care of others. I was speaking about heart health, but it also rings true for “whole self” preservation.


Veg Out in Trinity Groves

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Finally, Dallas, FINALLY! We got one. Our very own casual, yet finer-dining, plant-based restaurant. I’ve had the opportunity to enjoy similarly innovative veg spots and have been awaiting the day one would pop up in my home base.

Ta-da! Executive Chef Troy Gardner gives us V-Eats Modern Vegan, which opened in Trinity Groves last fall. Troy has dipped his culinary skills into the veg pool at his other spots, such as Samson’s Gourmet, but this is his first fully plantbased restaurant. What does that mean? It means no animal products whatsoever — no dairy, meat, animal stocks, fish, or derivatives of any of those things. Instead, the kitchen makes in-house plant proteins, creams, and cheeses that are top of class.

You can find Salisbury steak, smoked artichoke and sausage pizza, beautiful and delicious nutrient-dense salads, chicken fried steak, mac and cheese, a brisket sandwich, gelato, and cheese cake on the menu.