Preston Hollow People

Preston Hollow People Preston Hollow People is the source for community news and events in North Dallas, Bluffview, Devonshire, and Greenway Parks.

People Newspapers is comprised of two monthly community newspapers, Park Cities People and Preston Hollow People, which are mailed out to over 40,000 homes in North Texas.

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Preston Hollow People is an award-winning monthly publication serving Preston Hollow and the surrounding areas. Boasting everything from North Dallas’ best shopping and stately homes on large lots, to the city’s most prestigious private schools, Preston Hollow, Bluffview, Devonshire, and Greenway Parks are home to many of the city’s most prominent and active citizens. These exceptional neighborhoods demonstrate the commitment of their residents to support vibrant schools, churches, businesses, and civic groups. The changing face of the area’s homes underscores its continuously renewing vitality.

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The DFW premiere of HI I’M BLAKE, a film following Blake Hyland’s journey after a traumatic brain injury following a gymnastics accident at 14 years old, will take place Feb. 5 at the SMU Hughes-Trigg Student Center.

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The new butcher shop on Lovers Lane is owned by your neighbors, a dynamic duo offering fresh cuts of quality meat for families that prioritize eating local.

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Dallas ISD has removed TikTok from district devices and networks effective Jan. 29. This comes following federal and state officials determining that the video-sharing platform is a serious security risk.

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Dallas is under a winter storm warning until noon Wednesday, Feb. 1. Per the National Weather Service, widespread icing on bridges, overpasses, and surface streets is expected Monday night through Wednesday morning.

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Philanthropist Gene Jones and retired Texas Instruments senior vice president and general counsel Joe Hubach will be recognized as the 45th The Arts Community Alliance (TACA) Silver Cup Award recipients.

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Pretty Woman: The Musical, based on the beloved 1990 movie starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, made its North Texas debut and runs at the Music Hall at Fair Park through Feb. 5.

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The Cary Council celebrated three $50,000 grant recipients at an Evening with DocStars on Nov. 3 at UT Southwestern.

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When it comes to gauging the success of the inaugural Dallas Open tennis tournament, Peter Lebedevs defers to the fans.

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After a rough start in District 7-6A boys soccer action, Highland Park has surged thanks to three consecutive wins on its home turf.

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