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Protecting Free Speech is Hard Work: Expect More Real Estate Dish From Candy Now That a Trial Date Has Been Set

By Joanna England / December 24, 2012 / 0 Comments

Our embattled Candy has been on blog-lite these past few days, thanks to the Maloufs’ attempts to chill her free speech down at Dallas County Court at Law No. 3 in Malouf vs. Mary Candace Evans, Byron Harris and WFAA-TV and Laura Wilson.

Now that Candy and WFAA agreed to a temporary injunction wherein they cannot step foot on the Maloufs’ property, the parties are not scheduled back in court until September, when the trial is set to begin.

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Building With the Boys: The First Big Huge Hairy Decision — Who Is Going to BUILD This Sucker?

By Candy Evans / July 9, 2012 / 8 Comments

When we first met Candy in 2009, our address was on undeniably emasculating Princess Lane. (She loved it!) The place had just sold, and we were excited about the endless opportunities for the upcoming mid-century modern project under contract on Bobbitt Drive. (We also suffered her endless jokes about Lorena. Bobbit. As in cut off […]

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Candy’s House Candy on NBC’s NonStop Nightly: Talking Dirt About Our Housing Market

By Candy Evans / November 9, 2011 / 12 Comments

Time for our monthly real estate report with Jane McGarry over at NBC DFW’s NonStop Nightly, which now has a fun name: Candy’s House Candy. Really, it’s what you and I know as House Porn, but we cannot say that in front of viewers — I mean, in front of the children. As usual, Jane […]

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Ask Candy: Need An Architect for Dallas Tudor Revival

By Candy Evans / February 18, 2011 / 0 Comments

A reader writes: We are renovating and building up on our 1935 Tudor Rival (or whatever they are called) house in HP.¬† I was wondering if you have a short list of architects that you would recommend.¬† We spoke with David Oswalt this week who had worked with a neighbor, who really liked him.¬† Any […]

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