OC newsletter Square One November 12, 2009

What’s up with all these frozen yogurt shops mushrooming all over the city? That’s the very question a group of us Advocate editors sat down to discuss for our inaugural segment of “What’s Up with That?”. Like the name suggests, we’ll be asking what’s up with everything from city hall happenings to trends we see gaining ground in our neighborhoods. You can find that podcast on our blog every Monday.

Where were you 46 years ago on Nov. 22? Check out this story on photographers Patricia Richards and Rick Barton and their journey to Dealey Plaza on every Nov. 22 since 1997. Make sure to pop into Hunky’s sometime between now and Dec. 3 to view the full exhibit, plus enjoy a yummy burger.

Even amid a bad financial climate,
Oak Cliff-based Promise House got a record number of new funders this year. Judy Wright tells us how they did it.

Candice Chase and Mark Thomas bought an old church
in Winnetka Heights with plans to create a gallery and studio. The artists — she is a photographer and he is a cinematographer — will live there. It needs some work first.


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