Highland Park High School

LitFest Tempest: How Can Highland Park High School Students Refute Jamie Ford?

By Bethany Erickson / February 27, 2017 / 22 Comments

By now, you are probably aware of the contretemps that occurred when author Jamie Ford spoke at an assembly for freshman and sophomores at Highland Park High School as part of  the school’s annual LitFest. It’s been making the rounds on Facebook, CandysDirt.com, and the Dallas Morning News covered the story almost minutes after Ford […]

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Timeless Tudor on Beverly Drive Updated By Tatum Brown Custom Homes

By Karen Eubank / December 12, 2016 / 0 Comments

Our Monday Morning Millionaire is a timeless Tudor on Beverly Drive that has been completely updated by one of our CandysDirt.com Hot Builders, Tatum Brown Custom Homes, and is right up there on our top 10 wish list of places we’d like to live. There are dozens of reasons we’d love to live here, but we’ll give you four […]

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Another Controversial Halloween Display, This Time It’s Ebola Quarantine in University Park

By Joanna England / October 23, 2014 / 0 Comments

This homeowner at Emerson and Westchester near Highland Park High School opted for some truly scary Halloween decorations this year, which actually caused some serious questions from neighbors wondering whether the stucco-clad townhome was really under quarantine. Since then, in order to re-assure neighbors, a “Happy Halloween” sign has been hung from the balcony. Of […]

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Meet Todd Macintire, Grandson of Architect Charles Dilbeck

By Candy Evans / February 20, 2014 / 6 Comments

Todd Macintire is in town, visiting his favorite person in the world, his grandmother Pat Dilbeck, with him here inside one of the “four sisters” on Shenandoah at Douglas. Todd, who grew up in Dallas and graduated from Highland Park High School, lives in Brooklyn now where he owns a retouching business, 4cimaging.com. He is […]

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LocalDwelling.com Lease of the Week: Charming University Park Duplex is Close to Lovers Lane, HPISD Schools

By Joanna England / October 16, 2013 / 0 Comments

Highland Park ISD is growing at a breakneck pace, with people building and moving inside the acclaimed school district’s boundaries in droves. Of course, if you want to rent for just a few years to put your kids in one of the best public school districts in the nation, well, here’s a great opportunity for […]

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