No need to travel to Greece to Live Greek! The Greek Food Festival of Dallas brings to life the flavors, sights, sounds and traditions that make Greece a favorite destination. The festival takes place September 26-28 at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, 13555 Hillcrest Road at Alpha, Dallas, TX.
The fatal shooting of a young black man in Ferguson, Mo., last month brought fresh attention to the increasing racial and ethnic disparities between America's cities and the police departments assigned to protect them. That's especially true in the ever-changing cities of North Texas, where fast-growing Hispanic and Asian populations increasingly find homes.
One of Dallas' greatest failings is the lack of adequate new housing south of the Trinity River to attract and retain middle-income families. Too many young families eventually leave the city for the suburbs, taking with them property tax dollars and the chance to revitalize aging neighborhoods, a cycle that only worsens over time.
Until today, 1611 Main Street was one of downtown Dallas' oldest buildings - a Romanesque Revival built in 1885, at least according to the National Register of Historic Places. But now that piece of history is history: A crew from Dallas Demolition spent much of Sunday pulverizing the 129-year-old building with the sandstone facade that sat next to Tony Tasset's "Eye" sculpture.
Fans react as Luke Bryan performs at the Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas Saturday September 20, 2014. Black fitted v-neck.