By Carolyn Bower~ Many classic film enthusiasts and television fans know the names William Holden and Stefanie Powers for their acting endeavors. Some, however, may not be aware of their significant achievements in wildlife conservation and education. William Holden traveled to Kenya on a safari in the 1950s and developed a passion for the area.
By Nick Thomas ~ Photo courtesy of Josh Mills. Opening last summer in Jamestown, New York, the National Comedy Center will launch an exhibition honoring comedian Ernie Kovacs beginning with a Festival on August 7-11 (see www.comedycenter.org). “It’s the centennial of Ernie’s birth this year, so a great time to recognize this influential comedian,” said
By Carolyn Bower Five decades have come and gone since the psychedelic sounds, peace signs, and masses of concert-goers descended upon Max Yasgur’s farm in Bethel, NY. Woodstock 69 was a once-in-a-lifetime event that not only remains etched in music history, but continues to serve as a reminder of the atmosphere of the
By Heidi Frankel ~ Above photo by Kevin Brown ~ In addition to more than 100 free attractions, 70 Midway rides, and countless activities across the fairgrounds the Fair returns with even more food, festivities and family fun for the 133rd year. “World of Birds” — Steve Martin and his collection of birds return
Do your part to stomp out this deadly disease. Walk for a loved one or friend. Grandscape in the Colony Where: Nebraska Furniture Mart | 5600 Nebraska Furniture Mart, The Colony When: Sat. Sept. 28 | Registration, 7:30am | Ceremony, 8:30am | Walk, 9am Phone: 214-540-2471, Danielle Brown Tolson Dallas County Where: Dallas City
By Aly J. Yale ~ Overwhelming medical debt is the No. 1 reason Americans file for bankruptcy. In fact, according to a study out of the City University of New York, 66.5 percent of bankruptcy filings cite medical expenses as a contributing factor. These expenses often stem from emergency room visits or surgeries, costly bills