News roundup: Walmart, generosity, real estate, Lucia, football, redistricting

Occupy Dallas made a demonstration at the Walmart on Cockrell Hill Road this week.

Two neighborhood real estate investors, Mark Miranda and Craig Schenkel, have given Adamson and Sunset high schools nearly $20,000 in the past year.

This Winnetka Heights home was included in the New York Times “What you get for…” feature this week. It’s listed at $380,000.

Alice Laussade, the Observer’s “Cheap Bastard”, ate at Lucia. Hilarity ensued.

Here is a story about Phillip Tanner, former Kimball High School football player, who is now a third-string rookie tailback for the Cowboys.

Last week’s Dallas Voice asked how City Council redistricting affects the LGBT vote in Oak Cliff.


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