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Artist and Actor Kevin Page Makes Dallas History

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Kevin Page was on the original Dallas show that still resonates with people around the world.  Invited back for the current Dallas seasons, Kevin Page took on the role of Bum, J.R. Ewing’s closest friend.  One of the most iconic American phrases is “Who shot J.R.?”  In a tribute to Larry Hagman and a great honor to Kevin Page, Bum and J.R. collaborated in J.R.’s death and final revenge with Bum pulling the trigger.

The ultimate answer to who killed J.R. will always be Bum, played by Kevin Page in a brilliant performance.

A group of unknowing friends gathered at a modern home on Nonesuch Road, across the street from the Lakewood home of the late Stanley Marcus.

It was great fun to be at the viewing party of the final episode where beforehand Kevin Page made a very moving tribute to Larry Hagman, his acting genius, his kindness, and the fondness so much of the world had for him.

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Nash Flores, Honorary AIA Member

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Nash Flores at AIA award reception before he receives his AIA honorary membership for his contributions to Dallas architecture.
Nash Flores, Honorary AIA Member

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AIA Tour

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An AIA tour of Temple Emanu-El, the Max Sandfield and Howard Meyer designed building.

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Categories: Architecture Tours, Photos

Lunch in Deep Ellum

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Lunch at Rosemont reflects the vision of Deep Elm 25 years ago. A few more places like this and the area will have arrived.

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Dining with downtown view

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Patios have always been my favorite, balconies are even better. Stack house
Overlook the historic Swiss Avenue homes of the Wilson block, downtown Dallas with luminaries like Mariana Green and Jim Schutze at a table nearby. Great neighborhood restaurant.

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The Lamplighter Spirit Award Given to Architect Frank Welch

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The Lamplighter School has a luncheon that celebrates the alumni and other people important to the school. Here architect Frank Welch comments about The Lamplighter School and the architectural work that O’Neil Ford and he did at Lamplighter.

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Modern Home by Architect Mark Hoesterey

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The Dallas AIA Modern Home Tour allows Dallas architecture fans to see modern home designed by Mark Hoesterey of Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro Architects. The size and scale creates a transition from the small and large houses in the Northaven neighborhood.

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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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