North Texas Food Bank
It’s time for Metroplex diners to mark their calendars with the announcement of the feature dates for DFW Restaurant Week 2014
Plummeting temperatures didn’t stop Hypnotic Donuts from holding its second annual Polar Plunge Sunday.
The Dallas Theater Center’s 2013 production of “A Christmas Carol” raised $57,993.81 for The North Texas Food Bank.
The holidays are a special time that remind us of the many blessings we have received. Now, it is time to give back to those less fortunate around the DFW area.
Weeks of preparation paid off for Salvation Army volunteers who provided more than 1800 people with a Thanksgiving meal.
The Frisco Family Services Food Pantry fell on hard times during the federal government shutdown. But a resident reached out to family, friends, neighbors, and local businesses to put together a “little” food drive that soon exceeded expectations.
Those who depend on the North Texas Food Bank to feed their families are being hurt by the partial federal government shutdown.
The North Texas Food Bank needs donations, volunteers and money to keep up with the demand of hungry children, senior citizens and families in our area.
The North Texas Food Bank’s Community Kitchen provides thousands of meals a week but faces an uncertain future with the closure of Dawson State jail.
Formerly KRLD Restaurant Week, we’re back as the same great summer food and wine event, but with a new name in 2013 to better reflect our stellar lineup of Metroplex-wide restaurants.
Summer’s hottest food and wine event, the 16th annual DFW Restaurant Week presented by Central
Market, is back for August 2013! Enjoy a new scene and cuisine every day as you:
Is it costing more to put that Thanksgiving Feast on the table this year? Or are we just feeling it more? It depends on who you ask.