HPISD seventh-grade math teacher Jean Streepey was elected to serve as vice-chair of the State Board for Educator Certification and appointed chair of the Education Preparation Program.
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Back to school sign up for 2021-2022 is open for Highland Park ISD until 4 p.m. Aug. 6.
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The Dallas Museum of Art is organizing the first-ever museum retrospective for Octavio Medellín (1907-1999), an influential Mexican American artist and teacher whose work helped shape the Texas art scene for six decades.
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Preston Center’s Luther Lane has been looking sad lately, with a few “For Lease” signs fading through windows. The former Bartaco space can remove the sign because Malai Kitchen will soon occupy the space.
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Read the Park Cities Crime Reports for July 26 – Aug. 1.Read more
Dallas-based lifestyle blogger Stephanie Seay celebrated the launch of her new podcast I Seay It This Way at Elizabeth W June 3.Read more
When your toy store is 40 years old, you might not be expected to remember the first toy you ever sold.
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As the school year approaches and health experts warily watch new, more virulent COVID variants come to the forefront, we want to ask parents: How do you feel about sending your child to school?Read more
Several months after its Safe Campus suffered damages during Winter Storm Uri, the Family Place rededicated its repaired building on July 14.
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Dallas CASA hosted a closing party for Parade of Playhouses July 22.Read more
The Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society may have changed its name to Preservation Park Cities, but its mission is the same.
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