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Francine, a Cardigan Welsh corgi, takes a break from touring downtown Dallas. His person is Courtney Keys of Oak Cliff.

What Gives: Small ways to help neighborhood nonprofits

This month, make a donation to Homeward Bound Inc., the nonprofit substance abuse and mental health treatment center in Oak Cliff, or party it up during Art Conspiracy 6, which benefits a nonprofit that uses art to teach kids about non-violence.

Q&A: Urban Acres’ Steven Bailey

While markets like Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s have no plans to build in Oak Cliff, locally owned Urban Acres is here, quietly growing every month.

Q&A: Randall White of All Tri

Video and story: The West Dallas Chamber of Commerce board member runs a nonprofit that trains people for endurance races to raise money for charity.

Q&A: Tranquilo owner Johnny Fantuzzi

The Tranquilo yoga studio owner was an international scout for the New York Yankees and Mets, and before that, he played for a few years in the minor leagues.

Wine: Summer’s Best Reds

Wine: Summer’s Best Reds

Altano 2007 ($10): Portugal July around here is known for two things — the Fourth of July, of course, and…

Before & After: 1419 Haines

Before & After: 1419 Haines

Before/ At 2,700 square feet, the split-level 1961 home in East Kessler crouched into the hillside behind Methodist Hospital. In…

All-Girl Improv Act Heroine Addiction

The five energetic women, who perform together at Mouth comedy club in Deep Ellum, are already gaining a respectable following.