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Need Appliances? Capital Distributing Practically Giving Them Away This Saturday…

By Candy Evans / September 20, 2016 / 0 Comments

Capital Distributing, the biggest home appliance (and everything) showroom in town, is having a 1 day blow out sale at their Clearance Center at 9119 John W. Carpenter Freeway this Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm. This is your best chance ever to snag top name, top of the line appliances at SUBSTANTIAL discounts. Example: […]

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Breaking: Sam Wyly and Dee Wyly Owe $1.1B in Taxes

By Joanna England / June 27, 2016 / 0 Comments

It took the IRS and U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Barbara J. Houser a month to figure out just how much Sam Wyly and sister-in-law Dee Wyly, widow of Charles Wyly and namesake of the Rem Koolhaas and Joshua Prince-Ramus designed theater in the Dallas Arts District, owed in taxes after being found guilty of tax evasion […]

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Less-Limited Edition, Superluxe High-Rise Takes Timeout

By Jon Anderson / June 16, 2016 / 1 Comment

In response to a question at last night’s meeting for the Hood and Dickason high-rise (Turtle Creek Haus), Masterplan representative Karl Crawley lobbed out that The Limited Edition at 2505 Turtle Creek was being redesigned. I was there to catch that ball. Turns out he’s correct.  Just as Turtle Creek Gardens agrees to a $43 […]

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UPDATED: Creeping Rents? Original Black-eyed Pea, an Oaklawn Institution, Closes its Doors

By Jon Anderson / January 4, 2016 / 9 Comments

No sooner have I returned to Dallas than I find that what’s left of the Black-eyed Pea restaurant chain (in Texas and Tennessee) filed for bankruptcy last Wednesday. Letting no moss grow under its feet, after 41 years on Cedar Springs Road, the original location opened by Gene Street was shuttered Saturday night. Most surprising […]

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Continuing Coverage of the Renaissance Condominium Garage Collapse: $1m Pool Deck Reno Was Underway

By Jon Anderson / October 23, 2015 / 1 Comment

I was able to reach out and chat with Keith Head, branch manager and associate broker for Coldwell Banker and Renaissance resident about this ongoing story.

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So Before You Vote: Another Update About Adam McGough

By Bethany Erickson / April 21, 2015 / 14 Comments

Update April 26: After talking to Adam McGough’s campaign manager and analyzing more utility bills, we have issued an apology to the Adam McGough for City Council campaign.  Apparently the family’s utility usage was NOT that out of the ordinary, for a family of three boys, despite the low electricity usage records we were sent by a […]

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