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Season’s Eatings

| |Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

After the cooking marathon of Thanksgiving is over, a lot of us face the prospect of Christmas menu planning in dire need of some new inspiration. We peeked into the kitchens of four local chefs to find some favorite dishes they prepare at home when their own families and friends gather during the festive season. Varied and undoubtedly tasty, some originate from longstanding traditions, while others are favored for sheer convenience, and they range from a Lamb Wellington sure to dress up any formal dinner table to gluten-free scones for Christmas morning.

Surprises to Stock Up On

| |Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

Crafty Clean

Greater Keller Women’s Club Movie Night

Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

Moviehouse & Eatery had its grand opening Nov. 7, but friends and supporters of the Greater Keller Women’s Club enjoyed a sneak peek of the new dine-in theater’s generous offerings during an exclusive movie night Oct. 26. Members lounged in the comfy recliners for screenings of Back to the Future and Frozen while sampling menu items. All proceeds were earmarked for the club’s community-improving causes.

Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

Texas designer Elaine Turner has just opened her eighth boutique, choosing a fashionable spot in Southlake Town Square. Turner fills her 2,000-plus-square-foot space with the “updated classics” style she’s known for, in an atmosphere that channels retro glam with pink sofas and a pink cubby wall to showcase her fabulous handbags. Chic shoppers will find those handbags, plus shoes, jewelry, apparel and home furnishings, all either selected by Turner or designed by her and bearing the brand’s signature crown logo.

The Giving Life: The Giving Life

| Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

Gratitude is contagious. Sometimes when we count our own blessings. we’re inspired to share what we have with others. In this season of peace on earth and good will toward all, the volunteers at three Keller-area charities that help local children clearly believe it is better to give than to receive.

Getting in the Spirit

Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

You don’t even have to look past our cover to see that K’s December issue is all about Christmas, Christmas, Christmas, and I doubt you can flip through more than 10 pages without feeling yourself developing a more festive frame of mind.

Six in downtown Fort Worth protest Ferguson grand jury decision

| |Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

Anya Callahan, organizer of the protest, said, “Hopefully, I don’t have to come out here again for another black kid who gets shot dead.”

Police appeal for help to identify rapist at far north Fort Worth complex

| |Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

A 22-year-old woman was raped and stabbed on Nov. 4 in her apartment at a complex on Basswood Boulevard in far north Fort Worth.

Retail workers prepare for Black Friday throngs

| |Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

Best Buy will be among the chains opening for doorbuster sales on Thanksgiving Day and spent a recent Saturday morning getting its workers ready for the rush.

Starving Great Dane found in Millsap

| |Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014

A Parker County resident found a dog that was malnourished in what the sheriff described as “starvation in its worst form.”

Driver killed in crash behind North Richland Hills Wal-Mart

| |Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014

Rescuers could not pull a motorist from the burning vehicle after it crashed, police said.

Timber Creek quarterback, two other teens accused in package thefts

| |Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

The three, arrested last week in Flower Mound, face a charge of engaging in organized criminal activity.

Investigator to look into Mansfield council member’s residency

| |Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014

The inquiry could cost $10,000 to $30,000, the city attorney says.

Fort Worth police investigating man shot in face, back with pellet gun

Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014

He was transported in stable condition to JPS, a MedStar spokesman said.

Rangers join forces at Arlington Life Shelter

Monday, Nov. 24, 2014

Monday’s early Thanksgiving dinner at the Arlington Life Shelter was courtesy of catcher Robinson Chirinos’ foundation and support from teammates. Chirinos, selected as the 2014 winner of the Richard Durrett Hardest-Working Man Award by the local chapter of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, also distributed scarves, hats and gloves. He was joined by pitcher Tanner Scheppers and his wife, Jessica, and Rangers Hall of Famer Jim Sundberg. About 80 people were expected to be served at the annual event.

Use toll lanes for free Dec. 1-7 in North Texas

| |Monday, Nov. 24, 2014

Motorists who sign up by Friday may drive on several area toll lanes for free the week of Dec. 1-7.

GCISD committee discussing revamped feeder system

| |Monday, Nov. 24, 2014

District superintendent Robin Ryan met with about 100 parents on Sunday to answer concerns about the district committee’s work.

Three candidates vie for open seat on Euless council

| |Monday, Nov. 24, 2014

Place 5 became open after Councilman Glenn Porterfield died in August.

In Wichita Falls, a record rainfall provides hope

| |Monday, Nov. 24, 2014

The weekend’s rains may have helped the cracks in the ground and filled stock tanks but they only brought a little improvement to DFW lakes.

Fire damages Fort Worth apartment complex

| |Monday, Nov. 24, 2014

A woman suffered smoke inhalation in the fire in east Fort Worth on Monday morning.