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.

ESD Freshmen Design and Build Robot for Campus Security

Stella Foreman and Carter Bakewell test the security robot’s capabilities on an incline. Both students worked with fellow student Tripp Benner (not pictured) to develop the robot. (Photo: William Legrone)

Working from a list of requirements and two months of training modules, three freshmen from the Episcopal School of Dallas designed and built a search and rescue robot for use by campus security.

The assignment originated with a conversation between engineering and robotics teacher Bart Burnett and Officer Jody Trumble, director of campus safety.

Crime Reports June 25 – July 1


A true pickpocket was roaming around Tom Thumb in the 11000 block of Preston Road. Around 11:35 a.m., the petty thief reached into the pocket of a 79-year-old man and removed cash from his pocket. 

DSOL Introduces Debutantes at 33rd Annual Presentation

Front Row: Samantha Sullivan, Elizabeth McIlyar, Aliz Lippincott, Lauren Schnitzer, Mindy Osler, Coco Murchison, Nicole Smith, Savannah Crow, Carly Cooper, Cassandra Polley, Mary Margaret Jaynes. Back Row: Kate Gioldasis, Kathleen Gamso, Ava Wall, Avery Davis, Emily Stone, Anna Robertson, Megan Molthan, Sally Wade, Elizabeth Reid, Natalie Groves. (Photo: James French)

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra League introduced the 2018-19 debutantes during Announcement Weekend festivities May 31-June 2. The weekend marked the official start of a season of events culminating with the 33rd Presentation Ball, which will be held Feb. 9, 2019.

Surprised Babies Learn About Science

Krisi Johnson and daughter Pearl experiment with a fan and scarf. (Photo: Bianca Montes)

Pearl Johnson’s face filled with amazement as she watched pale pink and yellow scarves flutter above a fan.

Her excitement grew as air billowed under the scarf, causing it to lift and take flight.

What the 8-month-old might not realize, though, is that she was embarking on her first lesson in aerospace engineering.


July means the Fourth and all that it entails: fireworks, parades, barbecues, family reunions, pool and lake parties.

Embattled politicians are home in force to wave flags and woo their base. Will we get a brief respite from the news, fake or otherwise?