Dallas Arboretum Is Offering A “Thank You For 2017” Special In January

It’s so typical of North Texas. The temperatures slide up and down the thermometer. But in January because there’s a tendency to bundle up instead of tube topping, the Dallas Arboretum is offering a "Thank You For 2017" bargain. Here’s the scoop on the special price: Instead of the usual $10-$15 admission, the fee is a measly $5 each day for the whole month! Why not take … [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...]

If You Don’t Believe In Santa, NORAD Does

If you have munchkins, grand munchkins or still wonder if Santa really exists, then there are bona fide experts who have all the information to back old Kris Kringle. It’s the North American Aerospace Defense Command (aka NORAD) located in Colorado Springs. Starting at midnight NORAD will be monitoring Santa and his team’s travels through the world. But the NORAD Tracks Santa … [Read more...]

JUST IN: Former First Twin Jenna Bush Hager To Headline Park Cities Historic And Preservation Society Distinguished Speaker Luncheon

With the weekend holidays being a family-oriented occasion, this news fits right in. Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society President Lucinda Buford has revealed that former first couple Laura and George Bush’s blonde daughter Jenna Bush Hager will be the keynoter for the PCHPS Distinguished Speaker Luncheon on Wednesday, April 11. Since leaving her days in the White … [Read more...]

MySweetWishList: Camp Summit

According to Camp Summit CEO Carla Weiland, “My wish this holiday season is that every child and adult with disabilities has the opportunity to experience the joy of camp. “Campers like Alex, whose parents struggle every month to cover the costs of required medications, doctors’ visits, and ongoing therapies, cannot give their son the camping … [Read more...]