The Family Place Celebrates 40 Years in Community

To celebrate its four decades in the community, The Family Place is sharing 40 stories of family violence survivors, community supporters, and the women and men who have helped save lives.

The first story shared began with a woman who’s been a part of the nonprofit since its earliest days – Eliza Solender.

Tollway Wreck That Killed Jesuit Student Still Under Investigation

The Dallas North Tollway wreck that claimed the life of a Jesuit Dallas soccer player this week remains under investigation, authorities said Friday.

Fifteen-year-old Guy Delaney, a sophomore at Jesuit, was a passenger in a car that was hit by a white Mercedes at approximately 10:15 p.m. Wednesday evening.

The driver of the Mercedes, Terrelwin Jones, struck several vehicles as he sped through a work zone, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.

Finding Inspiration For The Dinner Table

This festive springtime table setting was inspired by a set of teal cotton napkins. Paired with woven blue towels, sky blue glass chargers embellished with a white swirl, scalloped-edged salad plates, and Chinese bread-and-butter plates, this simple but impressive table setting features depth, texture, and the beauty of brilliant color. (Photo: Christy Rost)

Some of my favorite dishes begin without the benefit of a recipe.

Instead, I spot a single ingredient in the market, and before I know it, my mind is playing with spices, herbs, and complementary ingredients that when combined, will create a medley of flavors to tantalize the taste buds, while the dish dazzles the eye.

Jesuit Soccer Player Dies After Car Wreck


Guy Delaney, a sophomore soccer player at Jesuit Dallas, died Wednesday night after a car accident involving his family, campus officials announced.

“Words cannot describe our immense sorrow,” school officials said in a post on the campus website and social media. “Please pray God’s love and peace for the Delaney family and for one another during this difficult time.”