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Katy Trail Weekly

Vol. 1, No. 17


Neighborhood News & Views



Community Calendar


Arts and Entertainment


Dallas actor answers to ‘Oh, that guy!’ By Shari Goldstein Stern

Photo courtesy of DIF

The film poster from “25,000 Miles to Glory” by Rhett Grametbauer.

Bath House hosts Indie Festival By Amity Thomas Dallas Indie Festival combines film, art, music and food for a four-day multi-genre festival June 19-22 at the historic Bath House Cultural Center at White Rock Lake. Designed as a vehicle for both emerging and experienced artists including filmmakers, fine artists and musicians to gain exposure to a wider audience, Dallas Indie Festival is a unique experience for artists and attendees alike. Film screenings begin Thursday, June 19 and will run through the duration of the festival in the Bath House Cultural Center Theater. Film standouts include “Left Over” by Jim Kuenzer about a chef in search of a restaurant. Instead of saving money and finding investors, Chef John Baker decides to

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He’s a hard working character actor that you’re constantly seeing in films and television series. Each time you see him, you say, “Oh yeah. I love that guy! He’s hilarious!” But who is that guy, with such a high demand? Stephen Tobolowsky has been “that guy” in hundreds of films, television series, commercials and plays. TV audiences have enjoyed him as a doctor, a school principal, nuisance neighbor, sex offender, judge, priest, Ku Klux Klan leader, an awkward television producer — and entirely too many more roles to mention. He is also a director, author, theatrical talent, National Public Radio personality and a Dallas native. When you least expect it, his name shows up on the opening credits, and you might say something like, “Oh, he’s in this too. Yay!” Tobolowsky’s appeared

Photos courtesy of Stephen Tobolowsky

Dallas native Stephen Tobolowsky, seen here with Bill Murray in “Groundhog Day,” has made a name for himself as an actor in television and film, as a director, author and storyteller. in cameo and recurring roles on countless TV sitcom and dramedy episodes including, “Heroes,” “Californication” and Stephen King’s “Deadzone,” for starters.

He’s been in series dating as far back as, “Mad About You,” “Chicago Hope” and “Will & Grace” to more current episodes of “Glee,” “The Mindy Project” and “Law &

Saluting a family-owned flag business

Klyde Warren Park closing for one day The annual meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors is being held on June 20-23 in Dallas, and Klyde Warren Park is being used for a private event. As a result, the park will close on Saturday, June 21. Klyde Warren Park is at 2012 Woodall Rodgers Fwy. The park will reopen at 8 a.m. on Sunday, June 22. Beginning at 4 p.m. on Sunday, the park invites fans to join FC Dallas to watch a simulcast of the World Cup match between USA and Portugal on a 20-foot video screen at the Ginsburg Family Great Lawn. — Celsey Martens

In This Issue

Classified .......................................................... 11 Community Calendar ....................................... 4 Fitness on the Trail ............................................ 3 History of the Trail ............................................ 8 Letter from the Editor........................................ 2 Movie Trailer.................................................... 11 Restaurant Directory ......................................... 9 Scene Around Town......................................... 10 Shop the Trail .................................................. 10 Trail Mix ............................................................ 3 Trail to Good Health ......................................... 4 SPECIAL SECTION — List of Graduates ...... 6-7 Find us at

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By David Mullen

Photo by James Burnett

Order: SVU.” He had a priceless role in one of “Curb Your Enthusiasm’s” greatest episodes, “The Seder.”

It is a banner time to be in the flag business. “This is our Christmastime, “ Denise Lucas, owner of The Flag Store at 2116 N. Haskell Ave., said. “From Memorial Day to Flag Day to the Fourth of July to Labor Day, we are very busy.” Lucas runs the familyowned business with her daughter Sabrina Gonzales. They are the third owners of a business that can be traced back to 1932. “We get a lot of repeat business from Dallas,” Lucas said. “A lot of people just walk right in.” “Buying a flag is about touch and feel,” Gonzales said.

Photos by Can Turkyilmaz

Denise Lucas (left) and daughter Sabrina Gonzales (right) are introducing Abigail into the family-run The Flag Store. Within the 3,000 square foot building are thousands of flags from all around the world, yet

one flag in particular is very popular. “We get a lot of tourists coming in for the state of

Texas flag,” Lucas said. “And a lot of people come in to buy a flag from their country,” Lucas said. In addition to a bustling time with Flag Day on Saturday, June 14, The Flag Store is catering to the 32 countries representing teams in the 2014 FIFA World Cup which begins on Friday, June 13. They have a display of the flags divided into the eight team groupings, from Algeria to Uruguay. “We just ran out of Switzerland,” Lucas said. “We will have them tomorrow.” Flags representing the World Cup countries are $3.50 each, and go down to $2.25 each when purchased by the dozen.

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Block party will be rocking the DMA By Annie Tamez The Dallas Museum of Art, The Nasher Sculpture Center and The Crow Collection of Asian Art will stay open until midnight as part of their annual summer block party on Friday, June 20. Admission will be free at all three museums that evening. There will be live entertainment, lectures, films, exhibits, and an array of interactive activities at each venue beginning at 6 p.m.

“It’s a great time to get out and visit because the streets will be closed to traffic between the three museums,” said Kimberly Daniell, manager of communications and public affairs at the DMA. The DMA will feature a reading by author Cristina Henriquez at 7 p.m. in the Horchow auditorium. Her book, The World in Half and Come Together, Fall Apart: A Novella and Stories was a New York Times Editors’ Choice Selection. She has a forthcoming novel about

Photo courtesy of Dallas Museum of Art.

There will be a lot to see at DMA block party on June 20. the experience of being an American.

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Job search tips for new grads By Jason Alderman To the roughly 1.6 million college graduates in the class of 2014: You have my heartiest congratulations — and my sympathies. I graduated during the early 1990s recession when finding a decent job was very difficult, so I have an inkling of the challenges many of you now face. Although the job-search technology available has changed considerably since then, as someone who is now on the other side of screening candidates, I can tell you many of the underlying principles for waging a successful search remain the same. Let me share a few: Stand out from the crowd. You’ll probably be competing with dozens, if not hundreds, of applicants for most jobs, so: • Tailor your resume and cover letter to highlight education, skills and experience relevant to the position – check out’s Resume Center for writing tips. • If your work history is brief, play up education highlights, volunteer or internship positions, awards, organizational memberships, etc. • Have strong references — and make sure they're willing to speak or write a letter of recommendation on your behalf. • Proofread everything carefully and ask a trusted acquaintance to review. Before applying, research the company to make sure it’s a good fit. If you do get called for

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an interview, kick it up a notch: • Make sure you understand the company’s products, services and customer base. • Examine their business structure and how your potential department fits in. • Research competitors so you understand the business environment in which they operate. • Investigate their social media presence for clues on how they interact with customers. Employers are forced to do more with fewer resources, so they seek employees who are focused, polished and willing to work hard. I’ve spoken to numerous hiring managers who say many candidates they see don’t convey those qualities. A few tips: • Google yourself. Review your social media footprint and remove photos or other materials that portray you unprofessionally. • Show up — on time — for interviews dressed appropriately, with copies of your resume, work samples and any requested materials. • Be prepared to answer a barrage of questions about yourself and how you’d react in different situations. (Monster has a great list of potential interview questions.) • Make sure you can back up any claims made on your resume or during interviews. Register with job search engines where you can apply for jobs and make yourself

visible to potential employers and recruiters. Popular sites include, LinkedIn, and LinkUp. com. Landing a good job can take months or even years, so be persistent and tap all available resources. For example: • Contact your school’s career office to see which services are still available to you as a recent graduate. Many will help by reviewing your resume, conducting practice interviews and connecting you with alumni volunteers willing to meet for informational interviews. • Build and maintain a profile on LinkedIn. Many employers and recruiters go there first when looking for suitable candidates. Also, join LinkedIn groups for your field of interest and partake in their discussions. • Contact and join professional organizations in your field. provides links to thousands of professional organizations. • Many companies use automated tracking systems to scan incoming resumes for skills and job-appropriate key words before a human will ever see them. Make sure your resume includes these key words — provided your experience is relevant, of course. Bottom line: You worked hard to earn your degree. Unfortunately, you may have to work equally hard to get your career going, so take advantage of the available tools — and good luck.

Dallas can still be a relevant without the Olympic Games By David Mullen

2024 games. Here’s hoping that it doesn’t happen. Summertime is a great I went to the Summer time to be patriotOlympics in ic. America’s golf Los Angeles in tournament, the 1984 and it was U.S. Open, is this a great experiweekend. Baseball ence. I attended season is in full track and field, swing. Saturday basketball, boxis Flag Day (see ing and baseball the feature on (then an exhibiThe Flag Store in tion sport). Los David Mullen Angelinos were Dallas), and the Fourth of July is asked to leave right around the town to make what could corner. People are heading otherwise be stifling traffic out to the park or to backgridlock more bearable for yard patios for cookouts with guests of the city. Apparently friends. area residents took heed, and As the world’s largest traffic was never an issue. party is about to begin – the I can’t envision Dallas FIFA World Cup in Brazil being able to smoothly han– it makes me wonder why dle the traffic, especially ten it takes soccer to bring the years from now. Not to menworld together. Even though tion that Dallas is too hot the U.S. team is not expected in the summer to host the to go deep into the tournaSummer Olympics. I know ment, Americans will root in that supporters will point earnest for the “Red, White to Atlanta in 1996 as a hot and Blue.” weather city, as well as 2016 Americans every four Summer Games host Rio de years also cheer on their Janeiro. I just don’t think it is local and national heroes worth the effort. when the Summer Olympics Dallas does have the take place. The United States sporting venues, and the Olympic Committee (USOC) Summer Olympics could is supposedly culling down be a shot it the arm for Fair a short list of American citPark. But seriously, can you ies that they will recommend imagine LBJ Freeway, Central to the International Olympic Expressway, Interstate 35 or Committee. By all indication Interstate 30 with hundreds and even though the process of thousands of extra people is secretive, Dallas has made choking the highways? Did a quality effort to land the the games help Atlanta’s

profile and turn the city into a vacation destination? The same argument against Dallas traffic and temperature can be made for Washington DC. New York City, San Diego and Philadelphia have already backed out of consideration and I think are better for it. I love Dallas, but the Summer Olympics have lost some cache in today’s violent world and alleged ethical issues by the International Olympic Committee. I don’t want to take a chance of something very bad happening here. “This is a chance to showcase our city,” Matt Wood, leader of the Dallas Olympic efforts, told The New York Times. Didn’t the original “Dallas” television show do that in the 1980s? What about college bowl games, the NBA All Star Game and Super Bowl? Certainly the bowl games and NBA All Star Game are not on the global scale, but they went off without a hitch and improved the area’s profile. The Super Bowl was maligned by the Great Ice Storm of 2011 and brought about the joke “When will Jerry Jones get another Super Bowl? When hell freezes over!” So put me in the minority that doesn’t want to take a chance on a Summer Olympics in Dallas. Give it to Boston and let the USOC eat chowder.

No crime in Dallas this week? Just no “Crime Watch.” The popular feature in the Katy Trail Weekly is on a brief hiatus because the Dallas Police Department is making public access to their police records unavailable the entire month of June because they are upgrading their system. According to DPD, beginning June 1, work on a new Records Management System (RMS) began to completely replace the old main-frame based report system. “Once fully implemented, the new RMS will give the Dallas Police Department improved intelligence gathering capabilities, increased accountability throughout the investigative process, and improved integration with the District Attorney’s Office,” the DPD reported. “Immediately after the system goes live, the process of validating the information entered into the new RMS will begin. This will be a joint effort involving personnel from within the Dallas Police Department, the City of Dallas Communication and Information Services and the vendor.” DPD says that the validation period is estimated to be no longer than 30 days. ­— David Mullen OUR MISSION

The Flag Store is located at 2116 N. Haskell Ave.

FLAG cont'd from page 1 The World Cup display is right next to the popular “jelly jar.” “Some people come in just for the jellies,” Lucas said. The smallest flag in the shop is 4 inches by 6 inches, with the largest flag 30 feet by 60 feet. They also rent and repair flags and poles, and make a number of custom flags. “The Boy Scouts of America rent from us,” Lucas said. “So does DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution).” “When dignitaries from other countries come to town,” Gonzales said. “They call us. They will need a flag representing the guest’s country.” Military flags and flags from around the world are neatly organized in the middle of the store behind an entryway covered with a custom flag. “Veterans Day is also a very busy time,” Lucas said. “A boy came in here the other day needing to finish his final school project,” Lucas said. He was doing a project on Swaziland. Lucas pointed toward the front of the store where the Swaziland flags are kept. “We had it,” Lucas said.

The store owners donated a flag pole that sits at Woodrow Wilson High School honoring former store owner and oldest living Wilson graduate Louise Sellers. “Louise told me that it should be good

advertising,” Lucas said. Actually, “word of mouth” is the store’s best advertising. “Sometimes people come and see us during the saddest hours,” Lucas said. “But we hear lots of great

stories.” “There are no political leanings when buying a flag,” Gonzales said. “You don’t need a flag until you think of it.” “We are one dimensional,” Lucas said. “We like flags.”

Katy Trail Weekly is a community-friendly newspaper designed to inform and entertain the people in many diverse demographics who live and/ or work in these neighborhoods. Much like the Katy Trail itself, Katy Trail Weekly is designed to help bring together the neighborhoods of Downtown, Uptown, Cedar Springs/Oak Lawn, the Design District, the Medical District and the Park Cities, as well as others. The newspaper is placed in local businesses, and other locations, for free pick-up by their patrons. We support this publication by providing ad space to local businesses who want an effective and affordable way to reach the Katy Trail area readers we attract and serve. We welcome participation in the paper through story and picture submissions, and we hope that you will join us in making this paper the best it can be. Co-founders Nancy Black Rex Cumming David Mullen Andy Simpson

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Cup brings the world together Dallas. British Beverage Company in the Quadrangle will also be gearing up for festivities with a special kickoff party on Friday. Stalwart sports bars like Milo Butterfingers, the Dubliner, Time Out Tavern and Christies will have their fill of Photo courtesy of FIFA World Cup U.S. soccer fans, even if they come out just Fans of host Brazil hope their favorite team captures the 2014 FIFA once every four years. World Cup. “With Christies being here 22 years, Arabia reached the round of By David Mullen we have seen our fair share of 16 for the first time in their World Cups and are excited team’s history, and their fans to root on the U.S. team,” Cheston Christie, owner Let the party begin. From showed up to root on their team. The colorful German of Christies on McKinney now through July 13, the fans were there as were the Avenue, said. world will be buzzing like a I will be rooting for the “vuvuzela” watching the 2014 vociferous Brazilians. Despite United States, too, headFIFA World Cup from Brazil. the Dallas summer, everyone ing to the tournament with Actually, the “vuvuzela” is out seemed to have a great time. Soccer has never really three straight wins for the this time around. Something caught on in the U.S., despite first time. Most pundits don’t called a “caxirola” will be the many youth soccer leagues think they can get out their noisemaker of choice, and and Major League Soccer difficult grouping. will be handed out at World My friend, Jesse Herrera, Cup games. Sounds like a dif- teams like FC Dallas. Twenty players from MLS teams will wrote to me that he will ferent kind of headache. be represented at World Cup. be rooting for Mexico and The games will climax But watching World Cup watching World Cup at in Rio de Janeiro, meaning is different. It is the one time Buffalo Wild Wings on I won’t be able to get Peter when fans will gather at local Lemmon Avenue. Herrera Allen’s ” I go to Rio” tune out pubs, watch soccer and root can’t speak, so he will be of my head, even if I am able for their home or favorite using hand gestures during to turn off the sound of the team. It is a boon for the bars. games and passing notes. He “caxirola.” “We will be packed every will still be very animated It was 20 years ago when day,” Izzy Delgado, “manager supporting his native counDallas was among the U.S. and curator of all things liqtry, although he wrote to me cities that hosted World Cup uid” at Trinity Hall Irish Pub that he thinks Spain will win. matches. Eventual champion in Mockingbird Station, said. I think that Brazil will win in Brazil played here, as well “We will be featuring a selecits native homeland, which as Sweden, Saudi Arabia, tion of beers representing the given the brackets would be at Bulgaria, Nigeria, Argentina, countries of the teams playing the expense of Mexico. Spain, South Korea and the on a particular day.” Delgado So lace up your adidas, pre-tournament favorite said that every game will be break out the beer of your Germany. Fans packed the country or head out and have Cotton Bowl wearing the col- shown on the three projection televisions and three a “caipirinha,” the official ors of their country. other TVs in the bar. He said beverage of Brazil. The world Security was the tightest that they will bring in other is coming together for the I had ever seen at any event, TVs to accommodate guests greatest sporting event in the and this was seven years beworld, or certainly the greatfore the terrorist attack on the outside. Trinity Hall is one of best known soccer hotspots in est party. Cue up Peter Allen. World Trade Center. Saudi


Five secrets to stay motivated Lessons never taught in school or training By Rob Lord Years of helping people get into great shape has taught me many lessons I never learned in school or with a personal trainer certification. The most important thing that nobody teaches trainers is how to help clients stay motivated. This article will detail five seldom practiced secrets that will help you reach your full fitness potential. Pictures. Most of us lack the ability to view ourselves objectively, especially physically. Sometimes seeing a picture of yourself in a bathing suit can be a rude awakening. Instead of shying away from these pictures, use them to stay motivated. Here’s what you can specifically do: take your least favorite swimsuit picture and place it in your wallet near your credit card. Every time you make a food purchase, look at the picture and think about the choice you are about to make. Weigh-ins. Multiple research studies have shown that daily weigh-ins will not only help exercisers lose weight, but also keep it off. What is even better than weighing-in daily is having an accountability partner for weigh-ins. Find a friend who also wants to lose weight. Have them weigh-in each day

and text you their weight. You can do the same. It will have an amazing effect on the decisions you make. Music. At Brunel University in London, a team of leading experts on the psychology of exercise music wrote that exercisers should think of music as "a type of legal performanceenhancing drug." Here’s a funny thing about our brains: we think Rob Lord we can multi-task but in reality you can only have one thought at a time. Listening to music while training is a great way to distract yourself from the painful effort of a hard workout. When you are thinking about the song you are listening to, or day dreaming about something related to the music, you cannot be focused on how much longer your workout will take or second guess your ability to make it through. Journal. Many of us who have been members at gyms have noticed this phenomenon: we see the same people over and over again and they always look exactly the same. If you want to make going to the gym worthwhile you need to always be striving to improve. Much like having a daily weigh-in will help you make better food choices, keeping a workout journal will keep your workouts intense and effective. Record

your latest physical achievements into a notebook or Smartphone. It doesn’t matter what your goal is. If you want to lift more weight, record your sets and reps and try to improve on them. If you want to run faster, record the time or distance you ran, and try to improve on that. Sleep. Sleep is absolutely the cornerstone of your health and fitness goals. Our bodies are amazing machines. When we train, we damage our bodies on a microscopic level. We adapt and improve from our previous abilities as we heel. If you don’t get adequate rest, you will not give your body the chance to heal from the damage of a workout, thus you will not improve. Also, if you don’t get your seven to eight hours of sleep per night, you will crave more calories, especially carbs. First, you must completely black out your bedroom. No reading smart phones in bed and remove all ambient light. Second, make sure you go to bed early enough that you can wake up in time for work without the use of an alarm. These secrets are easy and very effective. With them, I have helped hundreds of people lose thousands of pounds of fat and gain hundreds of pounds of muscle. But it is up to you to follow through and try them out. If you do, I guarantee you won’t be disappointed. Rob Lord is the owner and head trainer at The He can be reached at 214-557-1588.


Tr a il M i x By Brent Bergner @BergnerBrent

Sunday, June 15 is a day to honor the guy that, if it weren’t for him, we wouldn’t exist: our father. Trail Mix asked people about their fondest memories of the caring, supportive, sometimes tough, but usually fun guy we call “dad.”

Ravine Patel

“My dad is an extremely hard-working man and I’ve always appreciated that. There are five kids in my family and my dad managed to spend time with all of us and make us feel special. For some reason, one of most favorite memories is a night that we went to a Braum’s for ice cream and to play in the big play area and he would slide down the slides and play in the ball pit with us.”

Chris Peña

“When I was first learning to play the guitar, I wanted to be Tim McGraw. I was always learning his songs but my dad was always making me learn Elvis tunes. To this day, he’ll randomly start dancing and gesturing while singing “You Aint Nothin’ But A Hound Dog.” He’s always adding a light touch to everything.”

Alison Prado

“On many Sundays, my dad and I would sit on the couch and watch multiple Star Wars movies back-to-back. It would drive my mother crazy, but it was always my favorite time spent with my dad during my childhood. He’s amazing.”

McKenzie Raub

“My dad is an avid fisherman. Actually, anything that he enjoys, he goes all out and has great enthusiasm, which is something I’ve always admired (and probably the reason he has like six tackle boxes). My best memories are going on family fishing trips to our family farm in Arkansas, even as a ‘city girl.’”

Emily Barden

“When I was growing up and my dad was still in medical school, he would work tirelessly all the time. He used to pick me up from school and we would go and share a ice cream cone at Baskin-Robbins and ask me about my day. I always thought that was such a special treat. I admire my father for his calm, level-headed demeanor that instantly puts people at ease. Charismatic and consistent.”

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Nowitzki hits the diamond at 2014 Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game Dallas Mavericks legend Dirk Nowitzki and sports stars, luminaries and famous faces will take to the diamond for Photo courtesy of Brandon Colston Dirk Nowitzki’s 2014 Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game, prePhotography sented by Baylor Medical Center at Frisco, at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 21 at the Dr Pepper Ballpark in Frisco. Joining Nowitzki will be Dallas Mavericks Monta Ellis, Devin Harris, Jae Crowder, Bernard James, Shane Larkin and Ricky Ledo, plus head coach Rick Carlisle and general manager Donnie Nelson. Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, Dallas Stars center/winger Tyler Seguin, former Texas Rangers great Michael Young, and former Dallas Mavericks guard Jason Terry and Houston Rockets forward Chandler Parson are also scheduled to participate. Gates to the Dr Pepper Ballpark will open at 4:30 p.m. The first pitch of the Heroes Special Olympics All-Star Softball Game will be thrown at 4:45 p.m. Outside of the ballpark, the CBS RADIO DFW Fan Fest will feature a bounce house, inflatable football toss, games, giveaways and more. At 6:30 p.m., the Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game will get underway as two teams made up of celebrity players and amateurs will play nine innings of baseball. In addition, a 10-minute fireworks finale sponsored by Baylor Medical Center at Frisco will follow the game. Tickets are $8, $12, $16 and $19 and are on sale at Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000, or at the Dr Pepper Ballpark Box Office. Tickets also will be available at the door. Money raised will benefit the children’s charities of the Dirk Nowitzki Foundation and the Heroes Foundation. — David Mullen



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June 13 – 14

3636 Turtle Creek Blvd. Dallas, 75219 214-522-8499

Kalita Humphreys Theater — Second Thought Theatre presents “Booth,” a gripping historical tragedy. The events leading up to Lincoln's assassination are told to bring new light to the conspiracy, and new depth to the man everyone knows the name of, but few know very much about: John Wilkes Booth. 8 p.m. Tickets $22.50-$50.

June 14

3120 McKinney Ave. Dallas, 75204 214-953-1212

McKinney Avenue Contemporary — Playwrights Under Progress (PUP) Fest is a unique project co-produced with local youth organization Junior Players. As part of the New Works Festival, PUP Fest features an afternoon of five world premiere staged readings written and performed by some of the Metroplex's finest high school talent. 1 and 4 p.m. FREE!

June 15

300 E. Reunion Blvd. Dallas, 75207 214-978-8010

Reunion Tower — This Father’s Day, Reunion Tower is offering a fun family experience with special ticket packages that include entry to the GeO-Deck, a car show at the base of the Tower, and a beverage from Cloud Nine Café. 10 a.m. $10-$20.

June 18

211 N. Record St., Suite 100 Dallas, 75202 214-741-7500

Dallas Holocaust Museum — The Museum’s special exhibit, “Besa: A Code of Honor,” will close June 18. See the exhibit that focuses on the Muslims who saved Jews in World War II. It will feature photographs and testimonies of Albanians and their families who rescued Jews during the Holocaust, taken by American photographer Norman H. Gershman. $5.

June 19 – 22

521 E. Lawther Drive Dallas, 75218 214-670-8749

Bath House Cultural Center — The Dallas Indie Festival combines film, art, music and food for a four-day multi-genre festival. More than 10 films will screen repeatedly throughout the festival. For a complete schedule and to purchase tickets go to $10.

June 20

1717 N. Harwood St. Dallas, 75201 214-922-1200

Dallas Museum of Art — Oral Fixation (An Obsession with True Life Tales) presents “Lost in Translation: An Evening of Stories About Immigration.” The program will include the story of a Nigerian woman who came from a family of 33 to become an author and filmmaker. Held in Horchow Auditorium. 9 p.m. FREE!

June 21

2646 Main St., Suite 110 Dallas, 75226 972-863-3909

Rachel Nash Gallery — For one weekend only, Baron Batch will have a pop-up art show. Batch is a former Texas Tech Red Raider and Pittsburg Steeler. His art is energetic and fun, it is Pop-X, a term Batch coined to describe pop-art mixed with expressionism. 8 p.m. FREE!

Picture of the Week Every Sunday, House of Blues in Victory Park has a Gospel Brunch. For information call 214-978-2583 Photo by David Mullen

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A health problem plagues 75 percent of Americans By Megan Lyons

— we often mistake hunger and thirst, which causes us to eat when we’re actually When I see a new health coachthirsty! Symptoms can ing client, one of the depend on the person, first questions I ask but if you notice any of is about their water these, try drinking a few intake. Most people glasses and seeing if the are quick to say that symptoms subside. they drink plenty of Megan Lyons What are the longerwater, but did you term health benefits of know that 75 perdrinking water? Adequate hycent of Americans are chronidration can lower cholesterol, cally dehydrated? Although it lower blood pressure, lower sounds simple — and maybe incidence of digestive diseases, even silly, but I truly believe and encourage weight loss (or almost everyone can increase prevent weight gain). their overall health by inDoes it have to be plain creasing their water intake. water to “count?” Fortunately, Especially here in Dallas, where fruits, veggies, and soups can temperatures are skyrocketing “count” towards hydration and more and more of us are goals. Herbal tea “counts” as enjoying outdoor exercise, it is well, since it is processed just critical to focus on staying hylike water. Recent research has drated for your overall health. suggested that coffee is not as Here are the top five quesdehydrating as we once thought, tions clients ask about water, but it does have a mild dieuretic with their answers to help you effect, so I like to consider it a stay healthy and hydrated: “neutral” in terms of hydration. How much water do I I consider alcoholic beverages need? Common guidance says and soda as “negative,” meaning that we need 8 glasses of water I need to drink more water to (or 64 oz.) per day. However, make up for any alcohol or soda the “perfect” amount varies I consume. If switching from dramatically by person, and even by day … the right amount soda to plain water seems overwhelming, try alternating soda for you depends on your level with water or reach for sparof exercise, the temperature, kling water and drop in some your unique body composition, lemon, lime, orange, berries, and even your hydrating food mint, or cucumbers. intake (fruits, vegetables, and Do I need a sports drink soups all contain tons of water, for my workout? The answer which really add up and lessen depends on the workout and the amount of pure water that the individual, but in general, you need to drink). The color of I believe sports drinks are far your urine is really better gauge overused. If you’re going out for — it should be pale yellow like a 20-minute walk in cool tema light lemonade, rather than peratures, you likely do not need deep yellow like apple juice. the added sugar from a sports How do I know if I’m dedrink. In general, I think sports hydrated? A few instant signs drinks should be limited to exerof dehydration include fatigue, cise over an hour, at a mediumheadache, cramping, bad mood, to high-intensity, and/ or in hot decreased athletic performance conditions. For most other exerand constipation. Another cise, water should suffice. instant sign may be hunger

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“Red” Grange, b. 1903 Ben Johnson, b. 1918 Tim Allen, b. 1953 Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen, b. 1986 1866 – 14th Amendment to U.S. Constitution passed Congress.

Sat 6/14

Margaret Bourke-White, b. 1906 Dorothy McGuire, b. 1916 Eric Heiden, b. 1958 Steffi Graf, b. 1969 Kevin McHale, b. 1988 1775 – The “Stars and Stripes” adopted as U.S. nat’l flag.

ACTOR cont'd from page 1 The Texas native has hundreds of film credits. A few are: “Groundhog Day” with Bill Murray; “Basic Instinct,” with Sharon Stone, who has her legendary scene — you know the one; “Thelma & Louise;” “Mississippi Burning;” “Spaceballs” and “Bird on a Wire.” In “Freaky Friday” he shared billing with today’s newsmaker, Lindsay Lohan. In one of his funniest roles in a dramedy, he plays “Glee” show choir director Sandy Ryerson, pre-Matthew Morrison’s Will Shuster. It turns out that Ryerson loses his job at McKinley High School when he becomes known as a child molester. But Ryerson doesn’t get the pink slip from McKinley until after the episode with this memorable speech from “Glee:” Howard Bamboo is a dyslexic coworker of Will Shuster’s wife, Terri in a 2009 episode. Howard Bamboo: “Who is Josh Groban?” Sandy Ryerson: “Who is Josh Groban? Kill yourself! He is an angel sent from heaven to deliver platinum records unto us. And if he were here right now, I would club you to death with his Critic’s Choice Award.” The Dallas native graduated from Justin Kimball High School and then received a fine arts bachelor degree from SMU. In his memoir, “The Dangerous Animals Club,” Toboloswky tells about the highs and lows of life as a character actor. His stories are both hilarious and poignant. Some of his roles have been so small, he says, his characters didn’t even have names — as, for example, “Buttcrack Plumber.” (Couldn’t “Joe the Plumber” have worked)? He quips that the problem with playing some of his roles is that the characters are “so low on the totem pole, that sometimes you’re mistaken for the cleaning staff, and people try to chase you off the set when you show up to work.”

Sun 6/15

Waylon Jennings, b. 1937 Helen Hunt, b. 1963 Courtney Cox, b. 1964 Leah Remini, b. 1970 Neil Patrick Harris, b. 1973 1215 – King John signed the Magna Carta at Runnymede.

Mon 6/16

Katherine Graham, b. 1917 Joyce Carol Oates, b. 1938 Laurie Metcalf, b. 1955 Phil Mickelson, b. 1970 Tupac Shakur, b. 1971 1903 – Ford Motor Co. was incorporated.

Tue 6/17

John Wesley, b. 1703 Igor Stravinsky, b. 1882 Barry Manilow, b. 1946 Greg Kinnear, b. 1964 Venus Williams, b. 1980 1885 – The Statue of Liberty, a gift from France, arrived in New York.

In 2002, the New York Post’s Clive Barnes referred to a role as, “A beautifully stupid Stephen Tobolowsky” in Broadway’s revival of “Mornings at Seven.” Throughout the years, Tobolowsky has worked with a number of fellow Dallasites and SMU alumni in the theater and film industries. He had a part in Broadway’s, “The Wake of Jamey Foster,” co-starring former Dallasite Patricia Richardson. Richardson also played his wife in the movie, “In Country.” He did a TV pilot, “Out on Bail,” with another Dallas actor, Burton Gilliam. While at SMU, Tobolowsky worked at Theater Three, where he got his equity card in 1972. In 1976 he got his SAG card when performing in the horror flick, “Keep my Grave Open.” He commented, “I got murdered by Camilla Carr with a Samurai sword, while I was in the shower.” Carr is another Dallasite, often seen at Theatre Three and other area theaters. He said, “Of the movies I’ve made with (SMU alumna) Kathy Bates, my most memorable was the bedroom scene in ‘You May Not Kiss the Bride,’ where we ate Doritos and watched TV in bed.” He appeared in another four films with Bates, including “Failure to Launch” and “Little Black Book.” Shooting at different times, he and Bates were in “Love Liza” and “Roe versus Wade.” Milton Justice, another Dallas native, is an Academy Award winning producer, director and professor at the legendary Stella Adler Conservatory said, “Tobo (Tobolowsky) had the driest wit from his very early days at SMU.” Justice added, “[he] smart as a whip, which has continued in his writing today. We (who were older) were very aware of who he was, even as a freshman. He knew he was a character actor and reveled in it. In 1982, I saw him on Broadway in ‘The Wake of Jamey Foster.’ He blew me away.” Of the huge array of credits the actor has accumulated, he said the

Wed 6/18

M. C. Escher, b. 1898 Sylvia Porter, b. 1913 Paul McCartney, b. 1942 Roger Ebert, b. 1942 Carol Kane, b. 1952 1983 – Dr. Sally Ride became 1st U.S. woman in space.

Thu 6/19

Lou Gehrig, b. 1903 Pauline Kael, b. 1919 Kathleen Turner, b. 1954 Paula Abdul, b. 1962 Lauren Lee Smith, b. 1980 1910 – 1st Father’s Day celebrated – in Spokane, WA.

work he’s most proud of is Children’s theater, which he’s performed all throughout California. Once he was invited to a school that was dealing with race riots. Some kids had been killed. “We had to enter under police protection. Kids threw things at the stage. The show was about inclusion, and I got the feedback that there were no more race riots after that.” About appearing in an eightepisode story arc in “Glee” since the series’ 2009 pilot, he said: “That’s more fun than you can shake a stick at. ‘Glee’ isn’t so much like doing a TV show but is more like a play.” His role was Sandy Ryerson, the show choir director before Will Shuster, who took over when Ryerson was fired for molesting children. “The cast is made up of theater people, who are always off in a corner rehearsing. It’s a good feeling to be part of that.” Tobolowsky said: “When I read the ‘Glee’ script, I had such a positive feeling. It’s not just about doing a musical show. Each character has such a great life story. If you could bottle that, it would make a lot of people happy.” Jac Alder, founder, producer and director of Theatre Three said he loved working with Tobolowsky while he attended SMU. “I’m so proud of him. He is both intelligent and smart and wonderfully quirky.” Alder added: “He’s incredibly talented and very inventive. He brings something of himself to every role. He improvs beautifully. He told me that Theatre Three’s and Dallas’ Larry O’Dwyer, who recently passed away, was an influence in his career.” He commented on the compelling questions Tobolowsky asked Morgan Fairchild (Dallas’ Patsy McClenny) when interviewing her recently at the USA Film Festival. Alder added, “Stephen’s from such a distinguished Dallas family that I’m sure must be very proud of him.” Tobolowsky is a brilliant storyteller and has taped stories for PRI and other media outlets. You can enjoy his stories online at PRI and his “Primary Instinct” at Tobolowsky’s wife of 25 years, actress Ann Hearn, is known for films including, “The Accused,” “Lorenzo’s Oil” and “My Father the Hero.” The couple have two sons.


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1. Mr. Sikorsky 5. Conductor Zubin -10. Frankness

FESTIVAL cont'd from page 1 take the “easy” route and win a cooking reality show. The film “25,000 Miles to Glory” by Rhett Grametbauer is the journey of two friends in a 1967 VW Bus across American roadways to visit every NFL stadium and document the human spirit through freedom, friendship and sports in America. More than 10 films will screen repeatedly throughout the festival. For a complete schedule and to purchase tickets go to On Saturday, June 21 and Sunday, June 22, from noon – 7 p.m., more than 50 different types of artists ranging from jewelry, painting, mixed media and sculpture, musicians and food trucks will be set-up against the beautiful White Rock Lake shoreline. Featured artists include Roger Beveal, who has been called the Andy Warhol of the digital age, whose larger than life iPhone mixes both media as well as creative interpretation and Sarah Manning, from, Dallas who layers acrylic paint and mixed media. Folk singer Vanessa Peters has played more than 1,000

16. Kind of sugar 21. Aria performer 22. Online note 23. Steep or soak 24. Ohio city

25. "By Jove!" 26. -- Jean Baker 27. Bobby of "Wild One" 28. Talent seeker 29. Sled dog

shows in 11 countries and has received accolades from abroad as well as from her home town of Dallas and joins other musical talents including Catamaran, Dynamite, Kaela Sinclair, Lauren Grant, Lazy Summer and Sarah Sellers throughout the weekend. Eat Joe’s Dawgs Food Truck, Enticed Shaved Ice Truck, Flatlanders Taco Company, Good Karma Food Truck, Gypsy Scoops Ice Cream Truck, Horns N Snouts BBQ Co., Jack’s Chowhoud Food Truck, Ruthie’s Rolling Café, The Guava Tree Food Truck, The Lab Food Truck, Tutta’s Pizza Food Truck and What’s Cookin Chef Food Truck will be on-site to nourish festivalgoers. The Bath House Cultural Center is located at 521 E. Lawther Drive, Dallas 75218. For more information and to purchase tickets ($5-$30) go to or contact Adam Zoblotsky at 214-908-6990. For up-to-date notifications follow Dallas Indie Festival at DallasIndieFestival Seating is limited for film screenings and remaining seats will be for sale at the door. Passes for the Saturday and Sunday outdoor festival will also be sold at door.

GEMINI (May 21-June 6) You will want to approach all projects with elevated care. Much that you have done in the past is good, but it can be better. (June 7-June 20) – It's a good week to revisit goals you have made with others. Teamwork will prove essential to progress.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 7) You can learn more this week about how to maximize your own gains than at any time in recent months. Your personal power is on the rise. (Aug. 8-Aug. 22) – You may be eager to pursue a deeper relationship with someone who responds well to what you are about. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 7) Contact from someone who was an important part of your life some time ago has you thinking that some things can be recaptured. (Sept. 8-Sept. 22) – Nostalgia plays a role. Don't let yourself get lost in what might have been, however. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 7) You're able to create something on your own that others will covet, and there's no reason you can't share it. (Oct. 8-Oct. 22) – The fruits of your labors prove beneficial to others as

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Nicole Stewart’s hit storytelling series “Oral Fixation” will follow at 9 p.m. in the Horchow auditorium, featuring the stories of seven recently arrived immigrants. But if you happen to be strolling through the art galleries at 9:30 p.m., you’ll hear an eclectic variety of music that includes swing, jazz, American and European folk, and traditional Irish. Violinist Gordon McLeod will be accompanied by Dirje Smith on cello and Christy McLeod on guitar. At 10 p.m. the museum will showcase the Dentonbased BoomBachs, a progressive rock jazz, hip-hop, fusion band. Throughout the evening there will be abundant opportunities in arts and crafts, singing, storytelling and more. Kids can participate in a yoga class and take an art lesson from the museum's friendly teacher “Arturo.” They can also wear their pajamas so they can hear a bedtime story and go home ready to sleep. At the Nasher, there will an outdoor concert featuring Larry G. at 7 p.m. and a showing of the film “The Way, Way Back” at 9 p.m. At the Crow Collection, visitors can view the large scale paintings by artist and choreographer Shen Wei. They can practice their own skills at painting with watercolors and take home their own art. They can observe the ancient practice of Chinese paper-cutting and finish the night by tasting different varieties of authentic Chinese beer.


“Dad taught me everything I know. Unfortunately he didn't teach me everything he knows.”

— Al Unser

By Stella Wilder

CANCER (June 21-July 7) Plans you have made may need to change somewhat as you work to implement them. Be ready to improvise; flexibility will be paramount. (July 8-July 22) – You may not have quite enough information to complete an important job. Ask for it directly, but be patient.


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YOUR STARS THIS WEEK The coming week is likely to require more in the way of calculated risk than most have been used to taking in the recent past. There is much to be gained, of course, by those who are willing to put it on the line – but the dangers may be considerable, and, for some, they are not worth facing. For others, however – especially those for whom risk itself is proof of life – there is nothing so dangerous that the promise of reward cannot outweigh the risk, and this week that reward can be considerable. Some have money in their sights, or recognition, or simply the satisfaction of knowing that personal growth continues apace in this busy time. The realignment of goals with what is possible will prove quite important this week. A big part of getting one's ducks in a row will be open and honest communication with others. The formation of a team that works and plays well together – or the reformation of such a team – is an important goal.

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well as to yourself. Your generosity is recognized. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 7) You're seeking to diversify somewhat, and one or two available options have you planning certain changes inside and out. (Nov. 8-Nov. 21) – The short term and the long term combine as you think about what is really necessary to you at home and in the workplace. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 7) You and a friend may think you're only playing a game, but you have a hunch that something serious is in the making. (Dec. 8-Dec. 21) – The formulation of a strategy will prove important as you think about what you should and should not be doing. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 6) You may not realize that you're on a one way trip of sorts. You should, however, be able to undo a few things that you do, if necessary. (Jan. 7-Jan. 19) – An encounter with someone early in the week may cramp your style for a time, but you're able to recover and soar to new heights. Surprise yourself! AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 3) It's up to you to solve a

Copyright 2014 United Feature Syndicate, Inc. particularly difficult puzzle, and the clues that another offers you may not be very helpful – yet. (Feb. 3-Feb. 18) – You may find your own enthusiasm building as you immerse yourself once more in a familiar activity. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 5) Your behavior may shock some, but you and others know that you are following the only path that can lead to success. (March 6-March 20) – You may have trouble deciding between two options that seem equally viable. Are they? ARIES (March 21-April 4) You're going to have to dedicate yourself to certain difficult tasks in order to prove your suitability for a long-term project. (April 5-April 19) – You may feel that your presence at a certain function is not necessary, but others will surely benefit from your attendance. TAURUS (April 20-May 5) You may feel as though there is no end in sight, and indeed there is much to be done, but you should be able to get through it! (May 6-May 20) – You are backed into a corner by someone who doesn't realize how you will react. Certain danger results.

● Each row and each column must contain the numbers 1 through 4 (easy) or 1 through 6 (challenging) without repeating.

● The numbers within the heavily 6-15-14

outlined boxes, called cages, must combine using the given operation (in any order) to produce the target numbers in the top-left corners.

● Freebies: Fill in single-box cages with the number in the top-left corner. KenKen® is a registered trademark of Nextoy, LLC. ©2014 KenKen Puzzle LLC. All rights reserved. Dist. by Universal Uclick for UFS.





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Chip's a favorite for more than just burgers By Sara Newberry Certain dishes are not difficult to make, necessarily, but can be difficult to make really well. I feel that way about burgers. They’re not difficult to create in theory — cook some meat and slap it on a bun with some garnishes — but creating a spectacular burger can be a challenge. Luckily for all of us, Chip’s is up to the task. Theirs is one of the best burgers I’ve had, hands down. From the patty (seasoned, juicy and

Burgers on the patio at Chip's. perfectly cooked) to the bun (toasted golden brown, soft and the tiniest bit sweet) to the garnishes (we’ll get to those in a minute), it was a stellar burger experience. The thing about Chip’s is that they let you do the work to create the burger you want. They don’t create combinations for you, you get to pick and choose as you see fit, from the bun (there’s even a gluten-free option) to the cheese to the extras. On a recent visit I chose my all-time favorite combination of grilled onions, mushrooms and Swiss, with mayonnaise on the side. I knew the flavors would complement each other — I picked them! — but what I didn’t know was how delicious each of these elements would be. The mushrooms were earthy and a little crisp from the cooktop. The onions were

only stray as far as the Big Pig Sandwich ($7.99), while my husband chose the Baked Potato au Jus ($6.99). We shared an order of Fried Pickles ($4.99). The order of fried pickles was huge and a little salty. I don’t know that I’ll order those again. But I may have found a new favorite in the Big Pig. Photo by Sara Newberry The roasted pork was flavorful and juicy, so much so that caramelized, their sweetness I didn’t use any of accenting the flavor of the the hickory sauce that arrived patty. A 1/3-pound burger alongside. (I did add a side of ($4.99) was more than enough coleslaw, though, which was for me. just sweet enough to really enMy husband went to the hance the flavor of the pork.) other end of the spectrum, orMy husband’s baked dering his 1/2-pound burger potato was also satisfying! ($6.99) with bacon, jalapenos Loaded with tender chopped and pepper jack cheese. beef that was slightly crisp His burger was a thing from the griddle and resting of beauty, the ridiculous pile in a pool of salty jus, it was a of crisp bacon and jalapeños fun and delicious interpretamaking him a happy man. tion of the classic sandwich. A pickle spear finished the Desserts are fine — there’s whole thing off. a selection of pies, ice cream I’m a fry girl, and he’s an and cookies. I say skip those onion ring guy, so the Combo and go for a thick, creamy ($4.99) is perfect for us! It’s milkshake or malt ($4.50). large enough that four adults You’ll be glad you did! could share it and be plenty satisfied. We made a respectChip’s Old-Fashioned able dent in the pile of goldBurgers en-crisp goodies. 6115 La Vista Dr. I’m not sure people realSunday - Thursday ize just how varied the menu 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. is at Chip’s. There are sandFriday - Saturday wiches, salads, seafood and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tex-Mex options. 469-334-0785 On a recent visit, I could

Photo courtesy of Meddlesome Moth

Meddlesome Moth to host Real Ale beer lunch Meddlesome Moth will host a beer pairing lunch with Real Ale Brewing Company’s brewmaster Erik Ogershok from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 21 its location at 1621 Oak Lawn Ave. in the Design District. Although Moth regulars are used to innovative beer and food events, this lunch promises a brewmaster Q&A session out on the Meddlesome Moth patio, along with brew tappings to compliment the delectable food selections prepared by chef Joe Synatschk, including: • Meet and Greet beer: Hans’ Pils • First course: Brie and apple soup, house-cured turkey, pastrami and rye crostini; paired with Full Moon Pale Rye • Second course: Mixed watermelon and heirloom tomato salad over spicy greens; paired with Brewer’s Cut Hefeweizen • Third course: Spicy borracha shrimp tacos with citrus cream and Gose slaw; paired with Anniversary Ale XVIII (Gose style beer) • Fourth course: Orange toffee pudding with burnt caramel; paired with Sisyphus Barley Wine Tickets are $35 and advanced purchase is highly recommended. Opened in spring 2010 by Dallas restaurateur Shannon Wynne and partners Keith Schlabs and Larry Richardson, Meddlesome Moth — Dallas’ first true gastropub — features a diverse chef-driven menu of share plates, plus a variety of mussels, meat pies, fish and chips, and many other unique and delicious options. Named “Best Beer Place in the World” by world-renowned beer expert and author Stephen Beaumont in 2012, the Moth offers 40 craft beers on tap, two live ales and more than 80 bottled varieties, in addition to exceptional wines and classic signature cocktails. For more information or to make reservations, call 214628-7900 or visit — Tiffany Cunningham



By Candy Evans

damage and make the neighborhood more attractive and “keep it clean.” Speaking of keeping it There’s been a flurry clean, I’ve got a of home sales rereal problem. I’m cently. A pro basecheating on my ball infielder just house again with snapped up a 1.6 this super cute acre lot on presCraftsman buntigious Deloache galow at 314 S. in Sunnybrook Montclair Ave., Estates for just a two-bedroom, under two million, one-bath Arts & with apparent plans Candace Evans Crafts bungalow to build. There’s in the beautiful another big closWinnetka Heights Historic ing that happens tomorrow Conservation District. I do — you’ll have to tune into love almost everything about to get the this home, but it’s the single deets. bathroom, that’s a stumbling And residents who block for me. How did people oppose a big box Sam’s survive with one bathroom? Wholesale Club in East Listed by Dave PerryDallas next to Cityplace are Miller & Associates Realtor saying NO with a growing Ged Dipprey, this 1,530 strength of voice. At the very square foot home is priced least, say these homeowners at $259,000 and has been on who are concerned for their the market for a total of six property values, let Walmart whole days. You can tell that and Trammell Crow CBRE the owner loves this home, do something to mitigate the

with how it’s painted and decorated, and how everything just fits. I really have to wonder why they’re moving! (I am so nosy.) The home has many spaces, especially the study off of the living room. It would be a great place to showcase This house is located on 314 S. Montclair Ave. and is listed for $259,000. a collection, as this seller has. apron farm sink, And the French which is a cool doors, which juxtaposition separate both with the profesthe study and sional stainless the dining room backsplash and from the living granite counarea, are a perfect ters. There’s a foil for anyone professional who wants to grade gas range work from home and other stainbut doesn’t want less steel applito feel isolated ances, too. The when they need butler’s pantry, to have a conferwalks the neighborhood aswhich is just off ence call. sociation hosts. the kitchen, also serves as a The dining room is beauThe kitchen is a whole breakfast nook and a gallery tiful, with plenty of natural different world of color and of framed ephemera. light, but I really wish there texture. No word on whether There are two bedrooms, was some kind of chandelier the lime green china hutch one of which is off of the in here instead of the track stays, but I would negotiate study, and both are rather lighting. Still, that’s not a it in! It’s just a really fun pop modest but feel much larger biggie and it’s a great space of color among all of the gray thanks to the many windows for entertaining, and would and sand paint on the walls. that line the walls. The masbe fantastic to host neighbors One of the first things you’ll ter would look a little more during the occasional wine notice is the cool antique soft with some draperies, but


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is otherwise beautiful and relaxing. The second bedroom has much more texture and feels more livable. And I love that Ikat rug, a very hot trend right now. The bathroom sports vintage tile and a single pedestal sink. I would definitely preserve this beautiful bath, as many homeowners in this neighborhood would get the vapors at the thought of remodeling a bath in this good of condition. Tub may need a bit of lovin’. is the only blog in Dallas for the truly Real-Estate obsessed! Named by National Association of Real Estate Editors as the BEST Real Estate Blog in the country, we celebrate Real Estate every single day! Sign up at CandysDirt. com to get the latest real estate news delivered!


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CREW to meet Brown

By Wayne Swearingen

By Marlene Glasser Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Dallas will hear about commercial real estate headlines from Steve Brown, real estate editor of The Dallas Morning News, at CREW’s upcoming monthly meeting. The open-to-thepublic luncheon meeting is being held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, June 18 at the Park City Club, 5956 Sherry Lane in Dallas. Brown has covered the local and national real estate market in the Morning News since 1980. Prior to that, he worked in the newspaper’s Metropolitan and Tarrant County sections. He writes about commercial and residential real estate, mortgages, finance and design and construction. A fifth generation Texan, Brown grew up in Dallas. He attended Dallas public schools and graduated with a degree in journalism from Southern Methodist University. He is a director with the National Association of Real Estate Editors. “Steve Brown needs no introduction to most CREW members,” said Michelle

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Hudson, president of CREW Dallas and with Hudson Peters Commercial. “He has a reputation as being a real estate editor whose word is good.” The cost for the luncheon, sponsored by Husch Blackwell, is $55 for pre-registered guests and $65 for walk-ins. For more information, contact Kim Hopkins at 214-890-6490 or email CREW Dallas is a nonprofit organization of commercial real estate professionals affiliated nationally through membership in CREW Network. The 34-year-old CREW Dallas provides opportunities for networking, business development, education, leadership development and civic/APR philanthropic involvement and seeks to positively impact the industry and community. For more information, visit

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friend, Elvis Mason, the new chairman of First National Recent news articles Bank’s holding company. He document the current Dallas asked if I would be willing to building boom in act as consultant residential, multo the bank on tifamily hi-rises real estate matters and office spaces. — there were too The last time many developwe experienced ers on the board. such a boom was I had previously in the late 70s represented the through mid-80s. bank on the Most of that was purchase of 411 in Downtown North Akard St. Wayne Swearingen At the time, I had (CBD) and in Las Colinas, where 18 years of real I once counted 33 construcestate experience. When I fintion cranes at one time. The ished the assignment in 1985, crane became the new “state I was an old pro. bird.” Now the boom is in Downtown was movRichardson, Plano, Frisco and ing away from the west end, Uptown. toward Republic National In 1988, the Texas boom Bank to the east. One night, became a bust led by energy, while sitting in the stands at banks, savings and loans a Highland Park High School and over building. Texas was football game, I studied the hit worst because of energy. Dallas skyline and thought, Surely that history will not “Wouldn’t it be great to have repeat, as lenders are much a really tall and significant more cautious today. tower on the west side of the I was very involved in CBD, one that could bring life the crowning jewel of the 80s back to that area?” Growth boom, known today as the 72- had been moving east since story Bank of America Plaza 1971. The building height but born as InterFirst Plaza. restrictions, because of Love The story began in the fall of Field traffic, were lower on 1980. I received a phone call the east end. I checked, and early at home (before email, found that on the west end, of course, and when people the height limit was more talked to each other) from my than 70 stories. I could see the

building in my mind. Gears started turning. In a few days, I was on a plane to Toronto to meet with Ken Field, chairman of Bramalea Ltd., who had just purchased the remaining Main Place land from Clint Murchison. I delivered a 16point letter to Field, outlining the bank’s requirements, including, “It must be the tallest building.” Banks loved tall buildings. After five days of negotiations, I returned to Dallas with the basic deal points agreed to. The rest is history. The lease was made for 450,000 square feet, and the ownership joint venture was formed with Bramalea, InterFirst and Prudential. All of this took another 18 months. In 1985, the 1,750,000 square foot building was named InterFirst Plaza and was 72 percent leased. It opened to much fanfare with its famous green outline lighting. Next year, we will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the most prominent tower in Dallas, now known as Bank of America Plaza. Wayne Swearingen, CRE, is a principle at Glacier Commercial Real Estate and lives adjacent to the Katy Trail. Contact him at wswearingen@

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Rebuilding and rebranding in almost any style By Annie Tamez Uniquely in the business of salvage and recycling, Discount Home Warehouse on Empire Central provides used cabinets, floors, knobs, shutters and chandeliers that once graced Dallas’ finest homes, hotels and restaurants and await a creative soul to come breathe life into them again. The DHW owners, Tom and Heather Hirosky, do see the fruits of their labor come full circle at their store. A week ago, Heather posted on the store’s Facebook page that Le Madeleine Café bought antique flooring and beams.

“Salvaged floors isn’t just for floors. They used it to redo their ceiling!” Heather said. “Think outside the box when using salvaged materials.” The Hiroskys started their business in the early 1990s when others were also beginning to take an interest in recycling and vintage architecture. Because both worked as managers at Kmart, they had experience at organizing a store by department. They thought they could improve on an idea they had seen others carry out. Tom also has a business degree and both share a passion for recycling and reusing materials. So, they decided to go more indepth into recycling than other vendors. “Tom’s idea was not just to sell the beautiful architectural materials, but also the breaker boxes, the AC units, everything that would make it ‘shoppable’ for everyone,” Heather said. Their first store was a storage shed that the Hiroskys rented. They gradually increased the size of their space until they moved to their current 20,000 squarefoot location at 1758 Empire Central near the intersection

baths, iron gates and concrete benches. Even if you aren’t looking for a door, you can’t help but admire an enormous pair of doors made of two-inchthick onyx set in iron. Those doors, which may tower more than 20-feet in height, may not sell Photos by Annie Tamez for a few years, but Heather is confident of Harry Hines Blvd. that one day an appropriate There, a shopper can buyer will come in to purbrowse through rooms filled chase them. with elegant hand-carved “We’re glad to be a resource mantels, drawers filled with for people who want to remodel crystal antique door knobs, or repurpose,” she said. rows and rows of chandeliers, Heather said some of a garden section with bird


the store’s top selling items are fixtures like doorknobs and lights. But often people come there to buy traditional items that they put to creative uses. “Lots of law firms that office in lofts will buy our old doors and place them on rails to use as room dividers,” she said. “We have so many treasures in our store that appeal to so many tastes. From the things in our store, you could almost build an entire house in

almost any style … Victorian to modern.”



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Scene Around Town By Society Editor Sally Blanton

Affair of the Art

Kick Off for Junior Associate’s “Artrageous” Conduit Gallery

Megan Ruth Bowdon, Robert Hernandez, Terri Provencal, Ben Griffith

Co-Chairs Decker and Nina Sachse, Andrea and Heath Cheek

Veronica Roper, Stephanie Gayse

Jonathan Ben-Horin, Robert Ivey, Chad Bieber

Rockitecture 2014

Dallas Center for Architecture Original Masonic Temple

Laree Hulshoff, Barbara Buzzell

Mikhail Moya

Mix and Mingle

Launch of new publication “The Scout Guide” Scardello Artisan Cheese

Kristen and Stephen Karlisch

Co-Editors Martha Griffin and Brittany Gaskill

DJ Lucy Wrubel

Shalissa Colwell, John Perry

Essential Energy

Networking/Speaker Event Arlington Hall

Speaker Jan Strimple, Founder Janelle Friedman

Friends of Wednesday’s Child 30th Anniversary Luncheon Union Station

Emcee Gloria Campos, Ke’Onte Cook, former Wednesday’s Child


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Dallas’ newest antiques and art gallery invites you to stop by and browse over 60 booths of Mid-Century Modern, Urban Contemporary, Industrial, Primitive, Shabby Chic furniture and a great selection of original art, photographs and sculpture. Check out the wonderful selection of rugs, lamps and a large number of African and American large game head mounts. Located at the end of Market Center Blvd. at Harry Hines, directly behind the Holiday Inn Hotel. 2023 Lucas Dr. Dallas, TX 75219 214-559-9806 Mon-Fri: 10-6 Saturday 11-5 Sunday 12-5

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RALPH AUSTIN JEWELERS We cordially invite you to come and see our remodeled store. We provide jewelry and watch repair as well as do custom designs for that someone special. We also replace batteries, restring beads and do written appraisals upon request. We buy your old gold. We look forward to seeing you and hope you enjoy our new remodeled store. Ralph Austin Jewelers Hours: M - F 9 AM - 5 PM, Sat. 9 AM - 12 PM 1905 Skillman St. Dallas, TX. 75206 • 214-827-3371

RANDOM COBBLESTONE SHOE HOSPITAL Serving Dallas and the White Rock area for more than 25 years! Across from Mockingbird Station or on Lemmon Ave. near Wycliff Ave. Let us evaluate your items and give you an honest response as to when you should repair or not. We repair: boots, shoes, belts, purses, luggage, etc. Hours M-F 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. SAT 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. 5340 E. Mockingbird Lane Hours M-F 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. SAT 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. 4325 Lemmon Ave., Dallas, TX 75219 214-824-7463

Gifts – Greetings – Vintage Featuring a wide selection of unique gifts and artisan-made treasures. Random is the little shop with a BIG personality. Owned & operated by Mark and Shelley Hearne and their daughter, India, Random offers an array of unique and unexpected gift and home decor items. We promise never to offer anything in our store or on our website that we would not cherish and use in our own home. Our mission is to make Random your new favorite place to shop! Hillside Village l 6465 E. Mockingbird Ln., #366, 75214 214.827.9499 l Mon - Sat: 10 ‘til 6 ... Sunday: 12 ‘til 5.


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Tatum and Hill make a brilliantly funny team in ‘22 Jump Street’

By Chic DiCiccio It’s difficult to tell which of these two items is more surprising: the fact that “21 Jump Street” was a box office and critical success or the fact that its sequel, “22 Jump Street,” is every bit as worthy of those same successes. “22 Jump Street” is perhaps the first movie to embrace its own insanity and become fully self-aware. When Deputy Chief Hardy (another brilliant Nick Offerman cameo) sends Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) back to the undercover division, he does so with brilliantly funny metaphors that also explain the reasoning for creating the movie. Essentially, Offerman delivers the most meta-filled monologue in film history. Since Schmidt and Jenko look far too old to go back to high school, Captain Dickson (Ice Cube) sends them off to college to track down the dealer of a dangerous new synthetic drug called “WHYPHY.” And yes, watching Tatum’s Jenko attempt to decipher how to say that word is as funny as it sounds. Once there, the tables are turned as Schmidt quickly becomes the nerdy outcast, hanging out with a quiet art student Maya (Amber Stevens) and sipping wine while looking at sculptures.

Meanwhile, Jenko is in full dude bro form, doing keg stands with his new fraternity and football buddy Zook (Wyatt Russell), all with scantily clad women fawning over him. “22 Jump Street” doesn’t even try to hide the fact that this is the exact same story as its predecessor. Every character stresses that “it’s the same exact thing,” which is fully ignored by Schmidt and Jenko as they strive to become the most inept, yet successful policemen since Inspector Clouseau. When the self-referencing jokes stop, the homoerotic ones begin. Since Schmidt and Jenko are partners, it makes for a non-stop barrage of “partner” related humor. These can be looked at as hilarious or the laziest and easiest series of jokes ever. Either way, it’s a riot. This movie cements directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller as truly skilled and highly competent filmmakers. In addition to these two deliciously filthy and raunchy movies, they have directed “The Lego Movie” and the two “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs” films. Those films are all highly technical and gorgeous to behold, but “22 Jump Street” may be their finest looking movie yet. Lord and Miller have made a Michael Bay-style action movie and none of it is

done in jest. Every action scene is done just as if this was one of the horrible Tatum-starring “G.I. Joe” movies and never in parody. It actually legitimizes the movie and makes it way more fun than it already is. They make a car chase in which Jenko and Schmidt are piloting a golf cart covered by a football helmet exciting and laughable all at once. Since the plot is paper thin (but not stupid), the actors are counted on to propel the movie forward, and they do not disappoint. Every single role is perfectly cast and the cameos (which will not be mentioned here) are quite clever. Jillian Bell plays Maya’s roommate who does nothing but mock Schmidt’s age and appearance. The Lucas Brothers are two stoners that live across the hall from Schmidt and Jenko and watching them finish each other’s sentences is silly and an extremely easy joke, but funny nonetheless. Peter Stormare plays The Ghost, a drug dealer villain and, well, he’s Peter Stormare. That guy wakes up and is a brilliant villain in any genre. But then, there is the

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real scene stealer in “22 Jump Street.” Ice Cube is in this movie more than the first one and he dominates the screen. His snarl alone elicits chuckles, but his brutal insults of Schmidt and Jenko are direct hits to the funny bone. There is a plot twist that is so smartly funny that it had an entire theater of human beings literally falling out of their seats. It is completely unexpected and watching Ice Cube act it all out could potentially be the funniest thing you’ll see in a theater in 2014. After a couple of Academy Award nominations, it would be easy for Jonah Hill to ditch sophomoric humor. Nope. He mocks his weight, his looks, and shows absolutely no fear

while doing it. He’s more of the straight man this time around, but he still has plenty of moments that show off his comedic skills. Look, he puts a grenade in his swim trunks just because he says “it feels right.” A Best Supporting Actor nomination will not be in the cards for this one, just nonstop, cringe-inducing awkward laughter. Channing Tatum is brilliant. More than brilliant. As many, many female admirers will attest, he’s perfect. This is another eye-opening, genius performance from Tatum, who seemingly can do no wrong. His timing is impeccable. He seems to know the exact amount of time to pause or stutter that will then produce the highest amount of laughter.

Mark this down: Tatum will receive a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a Comedy/Musical. It will be the safest bet you can make. That is how great he is in “22 Jump Street.” Hill and Tatum should become the next Abbott and Costello. Their chemistry makes “22 Jump Street,” like “21 Jump Street,” way, way better than it actually deserves to be. This movie is going to make a boatload of money and will no doubt force another sequel on the world. If this one is any indication, it will be just as hysterical as the first two. Also, be sure to stick around for the credits and you may get an idea what “23 Jump Street” will be about.


SMU associate film professor Macartney to debut film in Oak Cliff By Victoria Winkelman “Wanda the Wonderful,” a feature-length documentary film about a volatile 1920s Wild West sharpshooter who uses her firearm skills to escape her past, will have its world premiere in Dallas. Seven years in the making, the film is a labor of love by Wanda’s granddaughter Carolyn Macartney, associate professor of film at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts. It will debut at the Oak Cliff Film Festival 6 p.m. June 22 at the Kessler Theater. Born in 1900 in the Chickasaw Indian Territory, Wanda grew up to be a rebel, a woman who toted guns and wore pants when skirts were the norm. She traveled the world as “Wanda Savage,” entertaining vaudeville audiences both large and small with her sharpshooting act. Along the way, she bore seven

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children by four different men, performed as a stuntwoman and actress in Hollywood and worked at The Ritz brothel in Thermopolis, Wyoming. It was at The Ritz that she met her fourth and final husband, a sheep rancher named Carl Hampton. Wanda and Carl lived together happily for some time, until the secrets of her past caught up

with her and during a heated argument Wanda shot Carl. “I never met my grandmother Wanda but was always intrigued by the stories I heard about her growing up, even though she was a taboo subject,” said Macartney. “With this film I have sought to uncover the true story of Wanda. She was a magnetic, restless and fallible character



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who led an adventurous life and had numerous tempestuous love affairs. She followed her passions at whatever cost and at a time when women had few options. The film looks at the sacrifices that individuals of extreme talent and temperament make and their consequences.” A documentary/narrative/ Western hybrid, the film is based upon and includes documentary elements about the real-life Wanda, including archival imagery from her Hollywood and show business careers and ranching life; interviews with descendants and friends; voice-overs of Wanda’s letters to her children; and family home movies. Dramatic interpretations feature Texas actors Arianne Margot and Zach Rose, as well as award-winning songwriter and musician James McMurtry. The narrative elements were filmed on location in Wyoming

and Texas. More than two dozen SMU film students and alumni contributed significantly to “Wanda the Wonderful,” including award-winning filmmaker Kimby Caplan, who served as director of photography and holds a master’s degree. Macartney received numerous grants to assist in the film’s production, including a Kodak Faculty Scholarship Award from the national University Film & Video Association, a Women in Film — Dallas grant, a Texas Filmmaker’s grant, grants from the Meadows School of the Arts and the SMU University Research Council and a generous donation from the Chickasaw Nation. The Kessler Theater is located at 1230 W. Davis St. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased online in advance or at the door. For more information, call 214-272-8346 or visit

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