JUST IN: Gail And Gerald Turner To Serve As Park Cities Historic And Preservation Society’s Taste • Tour • Explore Series Honorary Co-Chairs

More news has been reported about the upcoming Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society’s Taste • Tour • Explore series that will include PCHPS Distinguished Speaker Luncheon featuring Jenna Bush Hager at Brook Hollow on Wednesday, April 11, the Historic Home Tour on Saturday, April 14, and the Classic Antique Car Show on Saturday, April 21, in Burleson Park. PCHPS … [Read more...]

Quinn’s Landmark Home Was The Perfect Spot To Announce The Park Cities Historic And Preservation Society’s Spring Plans Announcement

Kim and Terry Quinn’s Park Cities home was made for the holidays. With Nutcrackers on both side of the front door, a beautifully decorated Christmas tree aglow in the living room’s window, personalized stockings hung along the mantle and Drake, the tail-wagging Labrador making everyone feel right at home, it was the ideal place for the Park Cities Historic and Preservation … [Read more...]

North Texas’ Hope Lodge Plans And Designs Revealed As Capital Campaign Co-Chairs Jennifer And Richard Dix Ramp Up For $25M Goal

Brr! With the first kiss of winter’s chilly lips waking North Texas on Thursday, December 7, there were a heck of a lot of Lexuses and Mercedes headed to the former Dallas High School on Bryan Street. The drivers weren’t doing carpool duty. They were there to hear about the sneak preview of The Hope Lodge designed by Perkins And Will Dallas in their news digs in the former … [Read more...]

Art In Bloom 2018 Chair Dyann Skelton Officially Kicked Off “Power Of Flowers” Revealing Generous Keynote Speaker Michael De Feo

While others scurried around shopping and dragging out Christmas decorations, Pat McDonough’s Park Cities home was all decked out just in time for the right-official Art In Bloom 2018 kick-off party on Wednesday, December 6. From needlepoint ornaments to charming little Kris Kringles throughout the home, the only thing missing was mistletoe. Late to arrive was … [Read more...]

A Gentle Reminder: Be Prepared As 2017 Chills Out

As if it wasn’t chilly enough, the weather predictors are claiming that 2017 is going to repeat 2016's cold shoulder departure. The good news is that ice is not a major part of the equation. Still, if drizzle and a wintry mix does pop up, it just may freeze resulting in slip-and-slide conditions. Hopefully, electricity won’t be compromised. Luckily, Oncor and TxDot are already … [Read more...]