Category: Business

Istation Focused on Keeping Learning Fun

Istation is a leading provider of technology and game-based curriculum for schools. (Courtesy Istation)

Technology is king in 2018, and that includes in the classroom, where screens and keyboards are business as usual for students and teachers.

July marks the 20th year for Dallas-based Istation, a leading provider of educational technology.


Stephan Courseau Secures a Space For Third Knox-Henderson Restaurant

Le Bilboquet

It doesn’t have a name yet, but the latest restaurant by Stephan Courseau (Le Bilboquet, Up On Knox) and his new partner, Chef Junior Borges, has officially found a home at 4514 Travis St., right next door to Le Bilboquet, in the former Villa-O space.

Set to open early 2019 (by March at the latest, hopes Courseau), the restaurant is still in its developmental stages, but the duo already has some exciting details to share.


Henry’s Majestic to Host Pet Adoption Event

With the Dog Days of Summer officially in full swing, there’s nothing better than beating the heat by finding one’s forever furry friend

Henry’s Majestic is teaming up with Operation Kindness to host the Dog Days of Summer pet adoption from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 21. The event will be hosted on Henry’s Majestic dog-friendly patio, 4900 McKinney Ave.


Preston Hollow Village to get Superfood Cafe

Vitality Bowls, renowned for its dynamic cafe vibe and superfood menu filled with extraordinary tastes, has signed an agreement with local entrepreneur Todd Stein to open the first cafe in Dallas.

Stein is planning for a Fall 2018 opening at Preston Hollow Village.


BurgerFi Brings More Award-Winning Burgers to Dallas

BurgerFi, among the nation’s fastest-growing, award-winning gourmet burger concepts, opened its first Dallas eatery this past June and already has its eye on three additional locations.

In June, BurgerFi brought sizzling goodness like the double Wagyu and brisket blend The CEO, a vegan Beyond Burger, and even a conflicted natural Angus/Veggie burger to Mockingbird Lane.


Perfect Flip-Flop Fit: Hari Mari and Peter Millar

Hari and Mari founders Jeremy (far left) and Lila (middle) Stewart pose with Peter Millar executives at press party to celebrate flip flop collaboration. (Courtesy photo)

When Jeremy and Lila Stewart started their flip-flop brand, Hari Mari, they were looking to do one thing: fill a niche in the market.

“When we first started out, we asked people what they thought about flip-flops; what they liked and didn’t like,” Jeremy Stewart said. “What we found out was that whether they loved flip-flops or hated them, they all disliked that little piece that goes in between the first and second toe.