Don’t believe the hype that we are the favorite city of young people. We have the graphs to prove it.
A new study trumpeted by Dallas’ daily newspaper and the regional chamber claims Dallas is a millennial destination. But its conclusions are bunk.
Driven by the high-profile race for Senate, Fort Worth looks more purple than it ever has. But is the shift permanent?
Two council reports on homelessness and community development reveal just how pressing an issue poverty is in Dallas
The New York Times reports on the success of an experimental housing policy the federal government rolled out in Dallas.
Governing reports on a new Urban Institute report that looks at how income inequality affects neighborhoods.
More reasons for people to justify sprawling out to the suburbs?
By Jason Heid
Grocery or Big Box In Downtown Dallas? Or, Why Inequality Needs to be Part of Urbanism Conversation.
Cue panic. Could Sam’s Club be invading downtown too?