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We had a BLAST, and I’m so going to do it again, but I’m not talking about my recent ice cream trip to Sonic (ba-da-dum, see what I did there). This past...
Sundance Square officially kicked off the holidays with the arrival of the Christmas tree Monday morning, November 18. Johnny Campbell, president and CEO of...
November 22, 1963: a day that was supposed to be a historical visit to town by a sitting president ended with a tragedy that would come to change Dallas, and...
“Decorate” your holiday social schedule with the third annual Gingerbread Stroll through Saturday, November 30 at Highland Park Village. Attendees will stroll...
Saffie Farris – BubbleLife Staff
Nov 17 2013
This recipe is from my grandmother Mimi's recipe book. To the best of my knowledge it dates back to the 1920s! I cup flour 2 cups sour milk (I used buttermilk -...
Begin the holiday season with Texas’ earliest residents and see how holiday traditions were celebrated in the late 1800s on December 14 and 15, 3 - 9 p.m., at...
On November 23, The Trains at NorthPark, presented by Bank of Texas, celebrates its 26 th year of a favorite holiday tradition and rolls through January 5,...
We live in a world of "disposable." First, it was just paper plates, cups and diapers, but now it’s expanded to include more things — even video cameras and...
I’ve been making an attempt to find the end of the Internet, but I haven’t had any luck. Here’s what I found this week: Photo Series of a Baby who has a super...
This is one of my mother's recipes and I was amazed at how easy it was to make. My husband laughed when I told him it was vegetable soup because it was so...