SKULDUGGERY OF THE WEEK: NOTHING DAMAGED, NOTHING GAINED
Entered: a Dallas man’s vehicle, by unknown means, at a home in the 6800 block of Bradbury Lane between 9:45 p.m. April 3 and 6:30 a.m. April 4. Taken: nothing.
Stolen: the side view mirrors from a Dallas man’s vehicle parked at Jesuit Dallas on Inwood Road between 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
Shoplifted: merchandise from Macy’s at NorthPark Center at 9:50 p.m.
Taken: a Dallas man’s watch from an unlocked vehicle parked at the Golfsmith sporting goods store on LBJ between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Seven years after winning the school’s first UIL team title, the Jesuit soccer team is headed back to the state tournament.
The Rangers topped Sachse 2-0 on Saturday in the Class 6A Region II final in Austin to earn their first trip back to Georgetown since winning the 5A crown in 2010.
Jesuit (20-3-1) will meet Mission Juarez-Lincoln (30-3-1) in the state semifinals at 7:30 p.m. Friday. The winner will play either Arlington Sam Houston or Pasadena Dobie for the title at 6:30 p.m. Saturday.
The Dallas Academy of Music and Performing Arts (DAMPA) has opened a second studio around the corner from its original location on Milton Avenue.
DAMPA’s new Snider Plaza premises house multiple classrooms for music and performance courses.
“More space means we can do more awesome things,” owner Lisa Jenkins said. “Since the opening of Studio B, we have introduced some amazing courses.”
Thomas Jefferson’s impressive playoff run came to an end on Friday in the Class 5A Region II semifinals.
After reaching the regional tournament for just the second time in program history, the Patriots fell to perennial power Frisco Wakeland 4-1 at Standridge Stadium in Carrollton.
The Wolverines (19-4-1), the 5A state runner-up last season, took a 4-0 lead before Juan Romano tallied the only goal for TJ late in the second half. Jacob Miller scored twice for Wakeland.
The Patriots (11-9-2) finished third in District 11-5A during the regular season but advanced to the fourth round of the playoffs with a thrilling 3-2 comeback win over rival Hillcrest on Tuesday.
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SMU arts and business students will present the sixth annual SMU Fashion Week, April 19-21.
The event will feature a panel discussion with fashion industry representatives, a launch party for the second issue of SMU’s fashion magazine and a spring fashion show. Begun in 2012 and produced primarily by students interested in careers within the trillion-dollar international fashion industry, SMU Fashion Week has grown along with the nearly six-year-old fashion media program, part of the Division of Journalism at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts.
Highland Park resident and Flea Style owner Brittany Cobb has a hard time deciding what her latest favorite find is.
Recently she’s narrowed it down to a pair of 1960s amber stained-glass light fixtures from an old church and a royal blue Oriental jacket worn and sold by a bride who purchased it while honeymooning in China.
Cobb said she loves that kind of shopping — finding unique items that often have a story.
The evening will include a cocktail hour, a seated dinner buffet, and live country-western entertainment from The Breckenridge Band.
Chairs Kim Gilchrist and Carmen Surgent will lead the event, along with Underwriting Chair Kersten Rettig. Radio host and TV personality Kellie Rasberry will emcee the evening.