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Awesome Things

The Loudest, Most Badass, Full-Throttle Family Business in Dallas

Rick Fairless’ Strokers Dallas turns 25 this month. Here’s to keeping the rubber side down for another quarter century.
Food & Drink

Thoughts From a First Visit to RH Dallas

One shopper’s time at the buzzy Knox Street store proved to be an experience—and one that was surprisingly therapeutic.
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Meet the Juilliard-trained Pianist Who Became Leader of a $37 Billion Business Group at AT&T

Anne Chow is the telecommunications and entertainment giant's first female and Asian-American CEO.
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The Trouble With Being a Nursing Mom in Dallas

This city doesn’t make it easy on breastfeeding moms who want to work (or fly or watch a football game).
Local News

A Thanksgiving Chat With a Motorcycle Cop Who Broke 26 Bones and Recovered

Grapevine Officer RJ Hudson has a lot to be thankful for. After all, he's back on his bike nearly two years after a horrific crash.


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A Dallas History Lesson Miranda Priestly Would Love

In finding one of the nation's largest fashion collections, we discovered a teenage Todd Oldham, a copycat scandal, and a Holocaust survivor with serious style.
Dallas History

How Dallas Saved Fashion History

The most fabulous closet in North Texas holds 20,000 irreplaceable pieces of our past.

Kathie Lee Gifford Does Dallas

From an Oak Lawn boutique, the daytime TV legend dishes on her new life as a musician and filmmaker based in Nashville.

Lower Greenville’s Transit Bicycle Company Was More Than a Bike Shop

The store became a de-facto community center for people who enjoyed cycling. It will close on Saturday, and with that comes a void.

Welcome to Brenda Schoenfeld’s World of Wonder

The effervescent designer and retailer comes from a Mexican family that counted Frida Kahlo and the Rockefellers as clients.