Hunter Bywaters began his career as a tax consultant but left to pursue his passion for entrepreneurship a dozen years later.Read more
Conner FitzGerald likes to call himself “your chef-concierge.’’
His services include grocery shopping, cleaning and storing away food, cooking various cuisines based on palettes and dietary needs, juicing, and organizing the pantry and kitchen – basically anything culinary based.
Originally from Mississippi, FitzGerald has lived in Dallas and worked as a chef in and around the Park Cities and Preston Hollow for the last seven years.
He worked at Rockfish while attending the culinary school at Le Cordon Bleu in Dallas. Many of his restaurant customers asked him to cook for them privately and do other tasks in their homes. Those requests launched his career as a private chef.Read more
Take a minute to stop and look at a wall covered in photographs at Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church. You might find God.Read more
Yash Sutaria was 19 when he launched his first successful business, Greek Socials, an event planning company.Read more
Aside from its nightly shows, classes, and corporate training, DCH will be introducing a variety of new acts as it settles into its new space, including Monday Service Nights (dubbed “Dish”) and Thursday Philanthropy Nights.Read more
It’s not too late to get in on the action, Summer of Love will conclude this Friday, July 26, with a special Couples Paint Night on Cloud Nine.Read more
Fair Park First, the nonprofit devoted to restoring, revitalizing, and renewing the National Historic Landmark, announced Brian Luallen to be its executive director.Read more
Fossils of two recently discovered ancient human relatives (Australopithecus sediba and Homo naledi) will come to the United States from South Africa this fallRead more
Recently, the restaurant nestled into Reunion Tower, received the ‘Best of Award of Excellence’ in Wine Spectator’s 2019 Restaurant Awards.Read more
The current iteration of the popular attraction invites you to Expand Your Reality in dozens of trippy themed rooms, unusual experiences, and an Art Park.Read more
It’s summertime and for those who are ‘snap-ready’ these pop-up art exhibits are just thing Dallasites need.Read more