April Fools

Forget Bobcats and Coyotes: Cougars Spotted in Numerous Dallas Neighborhoods City’s New Biggest Threat (With Infographic)

By Leah Shafer / April 1, 2016 / 7 Comments
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Everyone is abuzz with the coyote and bobcat sightings all over town, from Plano to East Dallas. These are the new most feared words in North Texas: “You need to know that a coyote has been spotted out here tonight.” Several house pets have been killed, and homeowners are alarmed that the coyotes are becoming, […]

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Exxxotica and Adultcon Rumored to Move to Cowboys Stadium; Trump Played Host in 2013

By Jon Anderson / April 1, 2016 / 0 Comments

Lord knows how long the Exxxotica lawsuit will take to wind its way through a begrudging legal system.  In the meantime, Cowboys Stadium is rumored to have been offered up as an alternative location.  A source for the Cowboys said, “We know first-hand what it’s like to be chased out of town by the Mayor […]

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CD Exclusive! Renaissance Condo Neighbor to Build Experimental Environmental High-Rise in Oaklawn

By Jon Anderson / April 1, 2016 / 3 Comments

Just a few weeks ago we reported on the mysterious new owner of the “Poston Property” on Hall Street that’s surrounded by the Renaissance Condos.  Now, an insider has provided CandysDirt.com exclusive detail on the still shrouded owner’s plans. Remember, Steve Brown, you read it here first. Apparently the owner, a former household name in […]

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Amazing “Preston Hollow” House Changes Colors, Boasts Mother-In-Law Cottage

By Candy Evans / April 1, 2016 / 0 Comments

Wow, this is something we have not really seen. But how interesting! Show the home in two different colors. Is it red, is it beige, who knows? Maybe it’s BOTH! (Or maybe you just need new glasses?)The house at 9951 Bowman Blvd. was listed as being in Preston Hollow. Yes, Preston Hollow indeed — west […]

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Developers Snap-up Crespi-Hicks Estate; Dallas to Get its First Costco

By Jon Anderson / April 1, 2015 / 3 Comments

In a shocking turn of events, the $100 million Crespi-Hicks estate has been sold to an anonymous shopping center developer. In a closed-door meeting with the City of Dallas, the plan was approved for a nearly 1 million-square-foot retail development to be anchored by Costco. The home had been on the market for several years […]

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HGTV and DIY Networks Shutter Operations; Face FCC Regulations and Class-Action Lawsuit

By Jon Anderson / April 1, 2015 / 1 Comment

Popular real estate and renovation cable TV networks House and Garden Television (HGTV) and DIY Network shuttered operations today in the wake of recent FCC legislation and a class-action lawsuit from appliance manufacturers. The chilling and sweeping legislation by the FCC, bans the words “charm” and “character” (among others) from the nation’s airwaves. It also […]

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