Another year has passed, so let’s take a look back at some of the Preston Hollow stories that attracted the most readers to our site. And, if you haven’t been following the Advocate blog, here’s what you’ve been missing:
Terry Durr wasn’t just an assistant principal. He was a mentor who helped countless W.T. White ninth-graders find their way to success.
This one struck a chord with neighborhood alumni who remember when the W.T. White art club painted the mural in the 1970s. They launched a restoration project, which has been delayed since some Glen Meadows neighbors welcomed the new Spongebob addition. Plus, there’s some confusion over who owns the wall. Updates coming soon.
El Fenix owners spawned a new concept in our neighborhood, and it’s pretty darn good.
Apparently, we love new restaurant additions to Preston Hollow. This burger joint seems to still be going strong.
A neighborhood resident and former HGTV “Design Star” contestant channeled her efforts into a new project last October – breast cancer awareness. Ezelle, a survivor herself, turned heads across the city with her giant metal bra sculpture.
This is no ordinary prom couple. Allie Rogers and David Bayless, seniors at the Cambridge School, created some of the most elaborate and beautifully designed duct tape formal wear we’ve seen.
All too often, Dallas ISD gets a bad rap, but Marsh Middle School (serving primarily poverty-level students) is a shining example of how teachers, parents and the community can make a huge difference.
The news of Central Market’s arrival was big for Preston Hollow residents and patrons of the shops around Preston and Royal. Could Trader Joe’s be next?
Ah, yes. The annual celebration of our pets. We called for submissions for “best pets”, and ended up with a talking French bulldog, a mischievous kitty, a Southern Belle and something called a Havapoo.
This story appeared in our April Home Design issue with the headline “Express Yourself.” These guys do just that with colorful walls (and floors!) along with striking Anime art that they make themselves.
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