Brian Bolke talks about the beginning of his fashion career and we take a look at Forty Five Ten 16 years later.
Equest is a place for children and adults with a wide range of emotional and physical disabilities to find comfort through therapeutic horseback riding.
23-year-old Sunny Shin is an accomplished concert pianist, and also teaches a class for beginner pianists in Meadows.
Dallas local Tony Powell has repaired streetcars since the beginning of McKinney Avenue Transit Authority (MATA). Listen to hear about his experiences to make sure the MATA streetcars run.
Fitness studio Barre Code has partnered with Klyde Warren Park to offer free sessions on Sundays this fall.
SMU Best Buddies is an organization that seeks to create equality in society for people of all ages with special needs. They host events on SMU’s campus and around Dallas for their buddies. These events are supposed to be fun for the buddies and to show society that people with special needs are just like everybody else.
La Estrella Panaderia, a West Dallas bakery with a 40 year history, remains busy despite the boarded up businesses surrounding it. Mary Mendez, a long time local, reflects on the fluctuating neighborhood.
Here is an inside look Unmistakably Molly, a gift shop located at 4346 Lovers Lane. 22-year-old Highland Park native and SMU alum, Julianne Barns, co-owns the store with her mother, Molly Barns.
Sophomore Dasha Flowers and professor Tatiana Zimakova share a little bit about SMU’s Russian Club.
Dallas-based indie/alt/pop band “Blue Apollo” continues to enhance their sound after a year of success.