Carol Pierce Goglia has cultivated businesses and nonprofits in Dallas for more than two decades — but in her new role as president and CEO of Catch Up & Read, she’s digging deeper to get to the root of one of her passions: teaching children to read.Read more
For those navigating the diagnosis of the early stages of dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease for a family member still living at home, there is a need to come up to the surface just to catch a breath.Read more
Ann Christine Daley McCartin, the wife of former Park Cities People owner and publisher Thomas R. McCartin, died on September 8, 2022. Mrs. McCartin was a longtime resident of the Park Cities and was closely associated with the newspaper from 1985 to 1988.Read more
On the eve of All Hallows Eve, I found myself wandering through cemeteries and mausoleums as a participant in Preservation Dallas’ 2021 Fall Tour – Cemeteries of Dallas.Read more
House hunting in 1981 reveals what has changed, what hasn’t.
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Tom Rhodes was one of the first realtors to market himself, not just his listings in the early 1980s.
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Not only does Lindley Arthur live and work in the Park Cities, but she also grew up here and joined what’s now Preservation Park Cities last year.
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I was beginning my junior year studying journalism at SMU when the first issue of Park Cities People hit front lawns in Highland Park and University Park.Read more
May 13, 1946 – May 17, 2021Read more
Floyd and Johnetta were looking for a business they could do together and had bids on three: the Jack in the Box on Lovers Lane, The Wicker Basket, and another florist.Read more