Before all this hoopla about the restoration of Dallas' red flying horse , was it pretty common knowledge that the Pegasus sitting on top of the Magnolia building is not the original edition? I had no idea, but I'm a savage, ignorant Millennial. I'm usually too busy swiping right and updating social media statuses on my smart phone to stay current on the status of local landmarks.
Dallas traffic lights are so long neglected that "it is not practical to upgrade all obsolete signals in a short time," city staff said Tuesday. Half of all stoplights in the city were installed before 1970, Auro Majumdar, Dallas' assistant director of street services said; 70 percent were installed before 1980.
A lightning strike Tuesday night ignited a three-alarm fire that killed two dogs and badly destroyed a condominium near Love Field, fire officials said. Firefighters responded to the fire around 8:50 p.m. at a row of condominiums in the 7300 block of Inwood Road near University Boulevard in the Greenway Parks neighborhood.
A major development just came across the transom in the runoff to represent Lake Highlands on the Dallas City Council. Adam McGough, the former chief of staff to Mayor Mike Rawlings, has called for the city to withdraw its support for the construction of a huge 6-lane toll road inside the Trinity River levees and instead push for a true parkway like the one called for in a plan recently presented by a team of urban designers.
Player's ball is a hell of a theme for a party. Imagine a room full of hundreds of young people - we're talking early 20s, even teenagers - dressed in fur coats, suits so loud they could light up a winter's sky and stilettos that defy the laws of physics.
When Yum! Brands, the fast-food minds behind KFC and Taco Bell, opened its first location of Super Chix in Arlington, we gushed. The obvious spin on the Chick fil A model served fast food just as good as fresh and addictive as Chick fil A's, without all the weird politics.