| 17 years ago Rowlett talkes to Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison about writing a new chapter in her life.
| 17 years ago The Texas Ballet Theater, formerly Fort Worth Dallas Ballet, spent six years struggling. But thanks to Ben Stevenson, the company is back on pointe.
| 17 years ago Modernism allows an architect to break rules and respond to a specific site. Problem was that the lot on which Max Levy had to design a home had no pond, no trees, nothing to respond to—except an abundance of sunlight. So with light as his guide, Levy turned a flat, featureless North Dallas lot into a modern yet soothing home.
| 17 years ago Turns out a night of romance with My Fair Lady requires more than a driver and a Maybach.
| 17 years ago From holiday invitations to gift wrap, these fine stationery stores make any occasion special. PLUS: Shop Talk.
| 17 years ago A Dallas doctor raises an important question, and we provide an answer.
| 17 years ago Billy Reid dresses up North Park, a local company brings electronic voting to the masses, Deep Ellum faces a sober reality, and more.
| 17 years ago When kids get arrested, they still have class. In Dallas County, there’s Youth Village, where a former writer and editor learned that those kids don’t bring apples.
| 17 years ago Forget Crystal Charity Ball. This season’s biggest social events are chic birthday parties for kids.
| 17 years ago This season’s slim, chic suits evoke ’ 40s glamour. PLUS: Bold handbags that make a statement.
| 17 years ago Finding the right doctor sometimes can be more unpleasant then the illness you seek to cure. So we asked the experts-local physicians-whom they would recommend in 37 specialties. Our exclusive list of 638 doctors reveals the top caregivers in town. Your search stops here. PLUS: Meet the cardiologist who made a Rowlett mother whole again.
| 17 years ago This small town isn’t about Birkenstocks anymore. It’s a paradise forartists, shoppers, and those looking for luxury in an ancient place.