Rise and Shine, Park Cities (6-16-11)

1. Therapist Janice Gaunt (who raised her family in Highland Park and offices at the Pavilion center on Lovers Lane) has just penned her first book, The Shame Game, and readers from as far away as India  are all atwitter.

I met Gaunt yesterday, and she’s pretty tickled about the 12,000 Twitter followers — but trying not to worry too much about the book’s outcome, she says.  Amazon.com has some details.

2. The Dallas Arboretum will head to the University Park Public Library’s summer reading program tomorrow, for a special “Earth on the Move” program that teaches kids about “weathering, erosion, landforms, and the rock cycle,” says the website.  The day begins at 10:30 a.m. And yes, I wish I weren’t way too old to go.

3. Check out this SMU-centric fashion blog. The photography itself is as eye-catching as the subject matter (more so?) and the founders are alumni.

2 thoughts on “Rise and Shine, Park Cities (6-16-11)

  • June 16, 2011 at 12:37 pm
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    All of the Summer Reading Programs will be held at the University Park Public Library.

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  • June 16, 2011 at 2:40 pm
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    @Garnett, you’re right! (I mixed up who was headed where in item No. 2, thinking the summer-readers were trekking to the Arboretum. It’s since been fixed.)

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