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What Did You Like? Our Most Popular Stories of 2018

By Bethany Erickson / December 31, 2018 / 2 Comments
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During the holidays, we’ve been sharing our best stories of 2018. But as Director of Audience Engagement, I was curious — what stories were the most popular this year?  We took a look at the most popular stories based on comments and social media likes and shares. Have a favorite of your own? Share it […]

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Jon Anderson: The Overhead Bin is The Best Place to Hang a Christmas Stocking

By Jon Anderson / December 19, 2018 / 0 Comments

This week, CandysDirt.com staff are writing about holiday decor and the best places to hang Christmas stockings. Since graduating college, my best place for holiday stockings has been on my feet as I drove to an airport. Flush with money from my first big-boy job, I booked my first international trip to Europe for the […]

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Gates Takes Exception to Laura Miller’s Pink Wall Op-Ed, Both Take to Twitter

By Bethany Erickson / December 10, 2018 / 2 Comments
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Sunday may be a day of rest, but it seems that journalists, politicians, and Twitter never really rest, and that was borne out yesterday when Dallas city councilmember Jennifer Gates took to Twitter to air her feelings about a recent op-ed about Preston Center traffic woes that former Mayor and Preston Hollow resident Laura Miller […]

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As Predicted: Lincoln Katy Trail To Return To Oak Lawn Committee

By Jon Anderson / November 2, 2018 / 1 Comment

Clairvoyance can be a terrible burden. Thankfully, it didn’t take any special powers to foresee Lincoln Property Company returning to the Oak Lawn Committee for their Lincoln Katy Trail project. After seeing the reactions of City Plan Commissioners on Sept. 22 to Lincoln’s plan to skip a re-blessing by the Oak Lawn Committee to their very […]

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Jon Anderson: 500 (Oops) 503 Columns Down, And Lots to Go

By Jon Anderson / August 22, 2018 / 7 Comments

This was supposed to have been my 500th column, but time and scheduling got away from me. This adventure began in January 2015 after a particularly egregious HOA meeting when I sent Candy a screed on the loony-ness of my HOA. Candy being Candy, immediately replied wanting to publish the inner dirt. When I woke […]

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Forever 21 at 3883 Turtle Creek, Part 2: More Than Monetary Rewards

By Jon Anderson / April 19, 2016 / 0 Comments

The first installment of this transformation story can be found here. Aside from the hard-dollar utility bill savings, this overhaul delivered other benefits to residents as well as uncovered some interesting history. Temperature Control In 21, the building at 3883 Turtle Creek, units on one side froze in winter while the other side baked in […]

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