This mental health podcast from a South Dallas native recognizes we all need help
For Reynolds, a South Dallas native who grew up in the South Blvd/Park Row neighborhood, The Help Show has been a spiritual journey that has allowed her to process her grief.
Frazier pop-up camp breaks up long, hot, homebound summer
Co-published by our media partner, The Dallas Weekly Wearing colorful masks, groups of children trickle into the empty parking lot near the Frazier community center to check-in to the Frazier Revitalization Pop-Up Camp. As they wait in line, they eye the red and yellow tea-flavored popsicles being handed out by Mind Over Matter Tea and […]
The MLK library branch remains closed, but neighbors can view its South Dallas history exhibit online
The plan was to host a physical exhibit at the MLK library from April through June, but the COVID-19 pandemic changed their plans and made things more uncertain.
Amid a pandemic, Restorative Farms plants seedlings for South Dallas growth
More than 300 of Restorative Farms’ GroBoxes are now producing basil, okra, peppers and more in backyards, front yards and patios across Dallas, including more than 50 in South Dallas.
South Dallas residents deliver brunch to their unhoused neighbors
Co-published by our media partner, The Dallas Weekly Turkey bacon, French toast, muffins and even quiche. Such brunch fare is just a sampling of the smorgasbord Shanay Wise and a group of volunteers serve the “unhoused population,” as Wise describes them, at CitySquare’s Church at the Square. Every Sunday, the unhoused community is invited to come together and worship at CitySquare’s South Dallas Opportunity Center. Afterward, they head outdoors for lunch. One Sunday a month, Wise and other volunteers […]