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With pomp, circumstance, and deference to recent history, former presidents, first ladies, dignitaries, and members of the public gathered to celebrate the opening of the Bush library on Thursday, April 25. Protesters gathered on the other side of Central before and during the ceremony. Press got an inside look at the center on Wednesday. (Staff Photos: Allison Slomowitz and Chris McGathey)
Despite unseasonably chilly temperatures, fashion-lovers from near and far donned their finest chapeaus on April 11. The event raised money for A Woman's Garden, the 1.8-acre oasis maintained by the Woman's Council of the Dallas Arboretum. Hats were full to the brim with every prop imaginable, ranging from bejeweled elephants to a Swarovski-encrusted Barbie doll to a moving merry-go-round complete with sparkly teacups. (Staff Photos: Chris McGathey)
Kids from all corners of Dallas are prepping for summer camp. That means it's time to address that packing list. You can fill your trunk or duffle bag with plenty of summer duds from local shops such as Tyler's, McCartney's, Cotton Island, and Cozy Cottage. (Staff Photos: Kellie Spano; Outfits compiled by: Sarah Bennet)
Business Council for the Arts and NorthPark Center hosted the fourth annual 'Arts Park' on Saturday. The free event featured arts and cultural organizations from across North Texas with performances and workshops intended to inspire people to make art a part of their everyday lives. (Staff Photos: Kellie Spano)
The Crystal Charity Ball was held on Dec. 1, 2012. This year, the 100 active members of The Crystal Charity Ball Committee committed to raise $4,420,489. These funds will support seven commendable Dallas organizations and give children hope for a healthier more productive future. (Photos By: Emilia Gaston)
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Trinity Christian Academy intercepted two red-zone passes in the final five minutes of their Dec. 1 game to preserve a 27-16 victory over Bishop Lynch. The win at Lake Highlands' Wildcat-Ram Stadium propels the Trojans to the TAPPS Division I state championship game against Fort Worth Nolan Catholic on Dec. 8 in Waco.
Staff Photos: Chris McGathey