All posts by Ryan Hunt

January 2018 Student-Athlete of the Month: Timia Jefferson

Timia Jefferson, junior for Sequin High School’s girls basketball team, has been selected as the City of Arlington’s Student-Athlete of the Month for January 2018. According to Head Coach Courtney Phillips, Timia’s passion for the game of basketball is contagious with her teammates. She’s been a captain for the last two…

Built on Can-Do Spirit: Former Mayor Richard Greene’s American Dream Story

After leaving behind a rich legacy and long list of accomplishments as mayor of Arlington, Richard Greene continues to live his American Dream in Arlington alongside his wife, Sylvia.“Sylvia and I have enjoyed pursuing the American Dream here in The American Dream City for 50 years,” Greene said. “There’s been…

Arlington Eats: Ben Thanh Plaza a Reflection of the City’s Cultural Diversity

Come along for a mouthwatering ride and catch The American Dream City’s cultural diversity and unique cuisine with Arlington Eats on MyArlingtonTV. In this month’s edition of Arlington Eats, host Andrew Tanielian visits Ben Thanh Plaza, located at 1818 E Pioneer Pkwy #100 in East Arlington. David Dang bought the property in 2011 and saw an immediate…

Arlington’s Judith Rodriguez Dazzling Area Audiences as a Lyric Soprano

Judith Rodriguez is living her dream right here in Arlington as a lyric soprano with Timeless Concerts and a Spanish music specialist performing all across the DFW Metroplex. Rodriguez has appeared in concerts and shows on many stages throughout Europe, Mexico and Texas. The lyric soprano discovered her passion for Zarzuela, a Spanish…

Revisit the 19 Arlington American Dream Stories of 2017

2017 marked another incredible year in The American Dream City. From student-athletes and professors to Hollywood actors and Hall of Fame baseball players, the Arlington success stories are endless. Here are 19 stories the City’s Office of Communication published throughout the year about people living the American Dream right here in…