Ronald McDonald House of Dallas (RMHD) hosted its 15th annual Young Friends Party – Friends for Fifteen at The Venue at 400 North Ervay. This year’s event was chaired by Mary Gall and Courtney Klingman at The Venue at 400 North Ervay, a historic building once used as a downtown post office and courthouse.
A six-decade drop in Catholic Mass attendance in the United States continued through 2017, a trend which concerns two Dallas pastors, even though their Sunday turnouts have grown slightly.
Monsignor Donald Zimmerman and the Rev. Michael Guadagnoli don’t dispute a recent Gallup report that states, from 2013 to 2017, only 39 percent of American Catholics polled said they regularly attended Mass.
Another mosquito sample in Preston Hollow has tested positive for West Nile, Dallas County Health & Human Services announced on Monday.
So far, two samples have tested positive for the virus in the 75230 zip code, which stretches north from Walnut Hill Lane, between Central Expressway and Dallas North Tollway, to Interstate 635.
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.
Gala chair Pilar Henry and honorary chair Peggy Sewell hosted a May 16 reception celebrating this fall’s inaugural Meadows Museum Masterpiece Gala.
Held at the home of Pilar and Jay Henry, the event brought together more than 40 host committee members and supporters, who mingled over cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Midway through the event, SMU President R. Gerald Turner gathered the crowd for brief remarks.
People Newspapers is excited to announce that we have placed in the National Newspaper Association (NNA) 2018 newspaper contest.
There were 1,405 entries in the Better Newspaper Editorial Contest and 202 entries in the Better Newspaper Advertising Contest for a total of 1,607 entries. A total of 478 awards were won by 115 member newspapers in 38 states.
On the Monday prior to the AT&T Byron Nelson, John Merrick was able to drop his 6-year-old son off at school before heading to the course for a practice round.
Four days later, as Merrick was coming off the course in southern Dallas after finishing his final hole of the tournament, his wife, Jody, and two kids were there to greet him.