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Badgers BBQ closes shop

By ADAM SCHRADER Published in The Denton Record-Chronicle on May 20, 2015 Badgers BBQ, a Lewisville restaurant, opened last August–with a grand opening on Saturday, Oct. 4. However, the family-owned restaurant recently closed its doors, according to a post on the BBQ joint’s Facebook page. Badgers, owned by Emilee and

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Los Alisos offers authentic street tacos at affordable price

By ADAM SCHRADER Published in The Lewisville Texan Journal on Feb. 17, 2016 Los Alisos Restaurant is an unlikely spot for some of the most delicious “street tacos” I’ve ever tasted. The Mexican restaurant sits at the end of a strip center occupied by an Exxon gas station and a

Coyote Drive-In adds sixth screen in Lewisville

By ADAM SCHRADER Published in The Dallas Morning News on Sept. 18, 2015 Flooding in the spring slowed construction on a new drive-in theater complex in Lewisville, but it also paved the way for an added benefit. Fort Worth-based Coyote Drive-In plans to have new screens open for business in

Homegrown distillery is on the move in Lewisville

By ADAM SCHRADER Published in The Dallas Morning News on Sept. 17, 2015 If you’ve driven around Old Town Lewisville in recent months, you may wonder what’s happening where the abandoned Piggly Wiggly once stood at 225 S. Charles St. It’s the start of a move city officials are excited

Bat at Lewisville’s Lake Park field tests positive for rabies

By ADAM SCHRADER Published in The Dallas Morning News on Sept. 25, 2015 Lewisville city officials asking for help in identifying children who were seen playing with a rabid bat between baseball fields 7 and 8 at Lake Park sometime between 10 and 11 a.m. Saturday. The bat tested positive

Bright Realty behind new Aldi in Castle Hills development

By ADAM SCHRADER Published in The Dallas Morning News on Sept. 29, 2015 Aldi plans to begin work on its new location on the southeast corner of Josey Lane and Windhaven Parkway in the first quarter of 2016. The grocer will anchor the 13-acre retail site in Castle Hills, which

The man behind Hat Tricks joins Lava Cantina

By ADAM SCHRADER Published in The Lewisville Texan Journal on Feb. 4, 2016 In the early 2000s, Dallas Cowboys special teams coach Joe Avezzano bought a mom-and-pop dart bar to turn into the concert venue of his dreams. Coach Joe’s Hat Tricks, a 300-person bar and restaurant, officially opened its

LHS student wins state poetry competition

By ADAM SCHRADER Published in The Lewisville Texan Journal on March 5, 2016 Lewisville High School senior Madison Heggins, 18, won the Poetry Out Loud state championship, a contest of the National Recitation Contest, last Saturday at the Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin. The Texas Commission on the

Lewisville ISD third graders enjoy symphony performance

By ADAM SCHRADER Published in The Lewisville Texan Journal on March 12, 2016 Last Friday, the Lewisville Lake Symphony performed a closed concert for all Lewisville ISD third graders in two performances at First Baptist Church, 1251 Valley Ridge Blvd. in Lewisville. Each concert lasted almost an hour and a half. “Aaron

Lewisville church displays relics of St. Charbel, patron saint of Lebanon

By ADAM SCHRADER Published in The Dallas Morning News on Nov. 29, 2015 Relics of St. Charbel, the patron saint of Lebanon, will be on display at a Lewisville church Monday and Tuesday. The relics, which include part of the saint’s skeleton, are visiting Maronite Catholic churches throughout the United

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