After Being Shouted Down From The Pews, Burgin and Kopf’s Plan For a Restaurant at Boy Scout Hill Won’t Receive CM Sheffie Kadane’s Support

Published April 24, 2014 by Joanna England

When I arrived at the Boy Scout Hill town hall meeting, there was a line forming out the door from a table handing out green lapel ribbons and thumbs up/down signs for attendees. According to a volunteer named Susan at the table, the ribbons showed support for an unsullied Boy Scout Hill, while the signs were for attendees to use to quietly indicate whether they liked or disliked what presenters Lyle Burgin and Richard Kopf had to say. I have covered town hall meetings before, so I know they...


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Lease of the Week: Forget Red Wine in This Ivory Tower, You’ll Get Plenty Drunk Off The View

Published April 24, 2014 by Joanna England

Every time I see an incredible condo swathed in white carpet and upholstery, I always think about how I could never live there because folks, I am accident prone and I love red wine. When I bought my first nice piece of furniture (an antique cane-back chair with gorgeous blue and white damask upholstery) I was so afraid to sit in it because I couldn’t bear the thought of staining it. It has since been reupholstered with a lovely cocoa nubby linen, with a liberal coat of Scotchgard.

But what...


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Craig Ranch in McKinney: I’ve Seen, I’ve Shot, I’m Smitten

Published April 24, 2014 by Candy Evans

We shot our second episode of PartyLine Real Estate tonight up in a luxury townhome at 17 Green, at Craig Ranch in McKinney, sipping wine as the sun set over the TPC. The luxury townhomes at 17 Green ALL overlook the Audubon-certified natural greens of the TPC Craig Ranch golf course. The homes feature formals, huge masters, rocking master baths, outdoor living spaces with fireplaces, and second-floor terraces that take in the beautiful view of more than 200 acres, all care-free. Prices are...


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