Victory Park in downtown Dallas jumps on popups with limited-run boutique

One of shopping’s biggest trends has hit Victory Park in downtown Dallas, as the district welcomes its first pop-up retailer, the Dallas-based online brand OETL Co. Founded by Argentina-born, Italy-raised Gisela Borghi-Hocker, OETL Co. stands for Ora et Labora, and features clothes, jewelry, leather goods, and home accessories, handmade by artisans in Italy and Argentina and sourced…

Techy Tuesday: How this all-in-one printer can cut your costs in half

Have you ever smiled while printing something? Not a chance, right? If it’s not the slow printing and horrendous costs tied to ink, you probably haven’t experienced what I enjoyed this past month. Just in time for midterms and to get those holiday cards printed, I have a price drop to share. I’ve been testing…

Texas condo sales continue to surge, new report shows

The recently released Texas Condos Sales Report shows that condo and townhome sales in Texas exceeded $5.4 billion between August 2016 and July 2017. Individually, condo sales saw an 8.6 percent increase, while townhomes saw a 5.1 percent increase during the time period. “The Texas condominium market has been one of the fastest-growing segments of the housing market…

Halloween Costume Stores Dallas 2017

If you are looking for a really awesome selection of Halloween costumes for yourself or your child and you’re not finding what you want at the “usual” stores of Party City, Target or Walmart, then check out these Halloween costume stores we’ve found in the Dallas Fort Worth area for your kids Halloween costumes. Stores include convenient…

Dallas CASA

CASA was founded in 1977, when a Seattle superior court judge, amidst an overwhelmed child welfare system, grew concerned about making decisions on behalf of abused and neglected children in his court without enough information. He felt that more individualized attention and time for gathering important facts would produce better outcomes for the children. He…

Bullet train to speed into Texas

The Texas bullet train project would be the first of its kind in the U.S., traveling at 200 mph between Dallas and Houston. Texas Central Partners, a private company, is leading the project, which is estimated to have an economic impact of $36 billion over the next 25 years. Holly Reed, company external affairs director,…