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Dallas ISD Deputy Superintendent Susana Cordova Will Leave the District This Summer
Hired a scant two years ago and often touted as Michael Hinojosa's successor, Dallas ISD deputy superintendent Susana Cordova is set to depart from the district in August.
Living Last Month: How to Elevate Your Personal Style
The July 4th Tradition of Bequeathing a Brass Knuckle Corndog Beatdown Legacy
By Jesse Hughey
Ask the Expert
What Are My Options to Replace All of My Teeth?
By D Partner Studio
The Ultimate List of Dallas Summer Must-Haves
We present our list of warm-weather essentials, from coolers to pools, guaranteed to up your entertaining game when the thermometer tips into the triple digits.
By Ginni Beam,
S. Holland Murphy
4 Pick-Your-Own Farms Near Dallas to Visit This Summer
From gladiolus to blackberries, these family-friendly spots have it all. Plus, they’re just a short drive from Dallas.
Autumn at the Arboretum Comes Alive This Weekend
The buzzy fall festival returns for its 16th year with a Bugtopia theme. Expect cooking classes, horticulture demos, petting zoos, and, of course, the iconic Pumpkin Village.
Cut Your Own Gladiolus Flowers at Mars Hill Farm’s GladFest, Which Kicks Off This Weekend
The farm, which offers sustainable employment to refugees in North Texas, launches GladFest on June 12. Cut your own gladiolus flowers, enjoy a petting zoo, and more.
By Savannah Saucedo
In Honor of National Puppy Day, Here Are 16 of the Cutest Adoptable Dogs in Dallas
From an Australian shepherd with special needs to a sweet mixed breed rescued from a hurricane, these four-legged friends are looking for their forever families.
Things to Do in Dallas
How to Celebrate Black History Month in Dallas
Tune in to a virtual film festival, experience a photo exhibition at the Galleria, or visit a socially distant pop-up museum.
‘We Are Not The Help’
Six of the state's most experienced nannies share their experiences with discrimination on the job—and their hopes for a more tolerant future.
Arts & Entertainment
How a Dallas Photographer’s Portrait Series Captures the Happier Moments of Sheltering-in-Place
With The Front Steps Project, Julia Newman has taken hundreds of family photos and raised $25,000 for the North Texas Food Bank.
The Most Prolific Adoption Attorney in Dallas
J. David Joyce comes from a family of 15 kids, 13 of whom were adopted. As a father, that experience led him to adopt. As a lawyer, it led to a thriving practice.
Meet the 14-Year-Old Dallasites Raising Money for the North Texas Food Bank Through Chalk Drawings
In exchange for donations to the NTFB, participants decorate sidewalks and driveways with bright artwork and positive messages.