Lakewood Dallas

Leaky Gas Lines Plague Lakewood, But Will Atmos Be Honest With Us?

By Joanna England / February 12, 2016 / 1 Comment

When you smell gas in your home and report it to Atmos, what’s the first thing they tell you to do? Get out of the house. So when Megan Anderson was busy doing the dishes in the kitchen of her Lakewood home on Jan. 5, she didn’t smell the gas that had been filling a wall […]

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From Tudors to Traditionals: Lakewood Home Festival Has Six Amazing Houses to Tour

By Joanna England / October 5, 2015 / 0 Comments

The Lakewood Home Festival is one of those home tours you can’t help but look forward to because it always has such a splendid mix of architecture and style. Last year there was a fabulous Hill Country Modern and perhaps one of my favorite Dilbecks, and this year does not disappoint. Not only do you […]

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Clifford D. Hutsell Lakewood Treasure: Not Just One-of-a-Kind, the Perfect Home for Unordinary People

By Candy Evans / May 29, 2015 / 1 Comment

It’s hard to really define a “Dallas” home without thinking about the “structures” erected in the last 20 years, from the top-heavy wood-shingled maisons that look like skinny women with huge top-heavy boobs, to the McMansions and Mediterranean would-be meccas. Certainly the classic Dallas ranch is a home that defines us as much as a […]

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Without a Tenant, Lakewood Theater Goes Dark in The Interim

By Joanna England / January 26, 2015 / 4 Comments

You’ve certainly heard all about the hubbub surrounding the Lakewood Theater and its many proposed tenants and transformations. Most recently, the longtime bar inside the theater, The Balcony Club, was able to renew its lease at the eleventh hour. But without management at the Lakewood Theater, the trademark tower and marquee have gone dark, much […]

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