"The First Month of Summer," a freshly-painted mural by artist Mione Plant situated in the heart of West Village, inspires joy in all of us with memories of childhood and vibrant summers.
Chosen by the team at West Village, Mione Plant’s mural depicts 30 primary-colored beach balls bounding in a field of cool blue.
Some Park Cities residents expect to still be complaining years from now about a “colonnade to nowhere” planned for the front entrance of the new Bradfield Elementary School.
“I’ll have to crusade in 10 years to remove it,” Highland Park Town Council member David Dowler said after hearing the school board had decided to keep it in the design.
The testing of the mosquitoes in a trap located on the east side of Highland Park revealed a positive mosquito sample for West Nile Virus, according to a town news release.
The Parks Department will conduct ground spraying measures on the east side of town from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday east of Preston Road of the town limits to reduce the density of adult mosquito populations.
There's something about dinosaurs that ignite my inner child.
The minute the doors to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science's newest exhibit, Ultimate Dinosaurs, slid open my neurons began to fire and I wanted to read, touch, and explore everything on display. Lucky for me – and the actual children – there was a lot I could touch and explore.
Emails between Sam Dalton and John Tatum provide a glimpse at how personal debate about elementary school reconstruction can become.
After the two met for lunch, the newspaper’s May issue arrived with an advertisement presented as an Ethics 101 Quiz. It asks readers to judge the integrity and intelligence of school board members.
The Urban Land Institute has increased its presence in Dallas for the last month, as the nonprofit organization focuses on ways to make the city and its suburbs more walkable.
Officials estimate that nearly 98 percent of Dallas and Fort Worth’s incorporated land requires everyday car use to get from place to place. But by digging a little deeper, it’s possible to find pockets of land within the area that could be walkable urban places, said ULI volunteer Scott Polikov, who also works for Gateway Planning.
The more than 150-year-old monarch known as “The Big Pecan Tree” has entered irreversible decline, an arborist says.
Micah Pace of Preservation Tree Service expects Highland Park’s 75-foot-tall landmark monarch to continue to develop deadwood, lose canopy, and pose at least some risk to those who pass near it.
“It could persist in that state for decades,” Pace said. “The question is: Is that what we want?”