Category: Business

Wild About Harry’s Leaving Knox Street


It’s not exactly farewell, but it is goodbye for now.

Wild About Harry's announced on its Instagram page that it was given the notice to vacate from the Knox Street store by May 15. Sydney Coley-Berglund, the daughter of the late Harry Coley, founder of Wild About Harry’s, told D Magazine the landlord was redoing the building and couldn't keep them because of limited parking.

Dallas Architecture Forum Continues Panel Series


The Dallas Architecture Forum, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing public education about architecture, design and the urban environment, continues its 2017-2018 Panel Discussion Series on May 8 with “Design Inspirations Part Two,” moderated by Eurico Francisco, Design Principal at HDR Architecture.

Kuby’s Rebounds Quickly After Fire


Smoke causes temporary sausage shortage. (Photo: Salam Ismail)

Throwing away food goes against everything Karl Kuby Jr. learned as a boy. His family emigrated from Germany and never threw anything away.

That’s why Kuby Jr. got upset and took it personally when smoke from a small fire on an exterior door forced him to toss out all of the food and beverages at Kuby’s Sausage House and European Market – about a couple of hundred thousand dollars’ worth.

DMA Announces New Leadership


Jessica Harden (left) K.C. Hurst (right)

The Dallas Museum of Art has announced the creation of a new design and interpretation department to support communication initiatives and content across the museum.

Eugene McDermott Director of the Dallas Museum of Art Agustín Arteaga announced Tuesday both the appointment of K.C. Hurst as the museum’s director of marketing and communications and the creation of a new Design and Interpretation Department, which will oversee all creative content generated by the Museum.