Chris McGathey has been shooting photographs for People Newspapers for 13 years, more than a quarter of the company’s history.Read more
True story: Jay Cole saved me from becoming a bridezilla.
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Didn’t get enough “grisliness” in 2020-21? A former journalist will take readers back a dozen decades to explore tragic events, most of which occurred before the Park Cities incorporated.Read more
I admit it, “COVID me” is not amorous, and my husband has noticed.Read more
Have you ever tasted a Royal Plumcot? How about a Picasso Melon?
Spoiler alert: I don’t think so, because they are exclusive to Central Market’s newly-reopened Preston Royal location.
In my house, the Fourth of July is a – capital “B” – Big Deal. We refer to it as “the best day of the year,” and preparations begin months in advance.Read more
One of the most anticipated events in Highland Park and University Park every year is the Fourth of July parade with its high-spirited tinseled floats and abundant supply of patriotic hues.Read more
A year after its COVID-19 cancellation, the Rotary Club of Park Cities Fourth of July Parade will return in all of its patriotic glory plus a wintery mix.Read more
A splash and cries woke up Samantha Camp, 24, before sunrise one morning this spring.Read more
Transforming yard and food waste into compost helps reduce greenhouse gas, promotes healthy soil as a nutrient-rich soil amendment, and contributes to a more circular economy.Read more
The time spent homebound with our families during the pandemic gave us an unexpected puzzle to solve: a newfound love of jigsaws.Read more