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Art Patron Christen Wilson at Salum

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Salum Restaurant in the Knox Henderson Area often attracts art patrons like Christen Wilson.  You can see art from the Christen and Derek Wilson collection currently on loan to the Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Center.

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Mature Magnolia Tree in Highland Park

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Scattered through Highland Park are some very old and very large magnolia trees.  Here in the backyard of a historic home across from Versailles Park you will find this gorgeous magnolia.

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Brookside Estates with Lakewood Golf Course in Background During Snow

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Brookside Estates is a small neighborhood tucked away behind the Lakewood Shopping Center and the Lakewood Country Club. This neighborhood is even more quiet when it is covered in snow.

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First House Built on Swiss Avenue

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The first home built on Swiss Avenue was also the first home to receive the Restoration House of the Year Award 75 years later.

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Birthday Greetings in Snow

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It is a Swiss Avenue tradition to wish Swiss Avenue’s most stylish resident a Happy Birthday in the snow.

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First Highrise in Dallas Across from Swiss Avenue Gates

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The first highrise apartments in Dallas were built in what is now the Jefferson Peak Historic District by a Brooklyn developer.  Here you see the Viola Courts across from Swiss Avenue.

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No One Said People Know How to Drive in Snow in Dallas

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Even the professional drivers spin their wheels for hours on slight inclines of snow and ice. Buses got backed up, cars were doing two mile an hour donuts and spectators were falling down on the ice laughing.

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High School Girls Make First Snow Angel When it Snowed in Dallas

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Occasionally it will snow in Dallas. Sometimes even a deep snow. This snow angel shows the sudden winter in Dallas.

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Sustainability is Discussed at Architecture Forum

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In a small room at the edge of Uptown, an architectural panel led by architect Gary Cunningham discussed architecture and sustainability.  Notable architects in attendance included Ron Wommack, Bryce Wiggins and Cliff Welch.

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Ken Malcolmson, SMU Alumni Board Chairman, Hosts Famous Athletes

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