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When her charitable foundation collapsed amid allegations of mismanagement, the Dallas socialite did the unthinkable: She started a new one.
Troubled boys at this Baptist youth home had to eat soap if they said the wrong thing. And that was one of the milder punishments.
A new collection of Keith Carter’s photographs captures the magical mojo of East Texas.
A critical appraisal of a local phenomenon by the ultimate insider.
Getting up close and personal with the endangered whooping crane.
Today, TGI Friday’s is sedate, but twenty years ago this month, the place started the singles era in Dallas.
A Dallas lawyer is urging his colleagues to put rhyme and reason back into legal writing—by using plain old English.
“Just how hard can it be to build a playground?” I asked. The answer: Harder than anything I’ve ever tried before.
Houston’s Young Turk music producers have cut a new groove in the record industry.
Triumph at the track comes naturally for a man called Bingo.
Charm and know-how got Runnels a spot on Ronald’s team.
Gary Bledsoe, the new head of the Texas NAACP, doesn’t dodge the tough questions.
Candelaria’s only well supplied free water to all until the EPA weighed in.
If the National Coalition of Free Men has its way, man-bashing won’t go unprotested.