On The Road: Meeting HoudiniA Fort Worth man has spent his entire life collecting Harry Houdini items, books and articles. And, this Halloween, Sid Radner will actually try to talk to the legendary magician.
On The Road: Fort Worth Bicycle Tree One person I have never forgotten is George Hilton. A few years ago I went by his place to do a story on his somewhat famous tree. You see Hilton is the man responsible for the 'bicycle tree' in Fort Worth.
On the Road: Model T ManClassic cars have always amazed me because they have stood the test of time. To see an old car still running down the road shows how well those cars were made. You don't see too many cars from the 80's and 90's any more because they were not made to last.
Through The Lens: Edible Car ContestThese days there is a lot of talk about healthy eating in schools and the juvenile obesity problem but there is one contest for school kids that is using tasty treat as a vehicle for learning.
Through The Lens: Auctioneers SchoolPeople from all over the country come to Lewisville to one of the best auctioneer schools in the country.
Through The Lens: Goodwill Employee Celebrated
Through The Lens: JP's Barber Shop
Through The Lens: National Anthem AuditionsOh say, can you sing? That was the question at hand today in Grand Prairie.
Through The Lens: Basket Weavers GuildI wanted to find someone who weaves baskets for a story and found the DFW Basket Weavers Guild. Yes, there is a guild for that and they are today's Through the Lens story.
TTL: Ballroom Dancers Take Second In World CompetitionBallroom dancing has become popular in the last few years thanks to TV reality shows dedicated to the competition of dancing, but long before Dancing With the Stars Nicholas Stevens and Alexandra Gutkovich were practicing their moves.
Through The Lens: A Tuba ValentineValentines Day is one day most guys have a hard time deciding what to get their sweetheart. Is the standard card, flowers and chocolate okay? Does she want some jewelry?
Through The Lens: Tennis For EveryoneWhen I was younger I tried my hand at tennis but found I had no talent for that. I couldn't control the ball off my racquet. I would try to hit it like I was a pro and the ball would fly out of the courts. In today's Through the Lens I went to the YP Challenger of Dallas where they're mission is to take tennis to everyone.