By Phillip Shinoda

Oak Cliff Earth Day 2013 was an eco-friendly success according to the people attending the event on Sunday, April 21. The atmosphere was very laid back and friendly, sort of like visiting your favorite cousin. There was plenty of entertainment and education going on. The Mutt Strut was one of the main events

The green-themed hardware store hosts its soft opening on Earth Day • A Peep at the Coops showcases the backyard chicken craze

April 21, 2013




Events surrounding 2013 Earth Day from Oak Cliff to Lamar County to Fort Worth

By Rita Cook

Here comes spring and what better time to figure out how to “green” your home.  No matter what changes you want to make from the small to the more ambitious, you can garner tips from Anna Clark, author of Green, American Style, who owns the second LEED approved home in Dallas. Recently, she shared some of the sustainable choices she's made in her home.

Dallas video race adds green focus • Irving hosts eco-film fest • North Texas star party puts spotlight on light pollution

 By Julie Thibodeaux



By Brandolon Barnett     

March 08, 2013     

Get a Jump Start on Spring Gardening

By Keri Houchin
Although the weather may be chaotic, believe it or not, spring is just around the corner. The first day of spring is March 20th and now is the time to plant for many vegetables. According to the Texas A&M AgriLIFE Extension, here is what you can be planting now.

By Brandolon Barnett January 23 2013 

(Photo: Random photo? Yes. Awesome? Also yes. An alligator takes a peak in this photo courtesy the Nature Conservancy in Texas)     

Published 01/17/2013    

By MInnie Payne 

Tu-Lu’s gluten free bakeries don’t have to advertise other than by word of mouth and the bustling crowd of customers prove that to be true.