A state review board has approved its nomination.
By Tim Rogers
In a discussion about The Accommodation, the reverend Dr. Michael Waters explored Dallas' racial and economic history while Dr. Robert Jeffress addressed his predecessor's long support of segregation.
By Matt Goodman
Half Price Books is celebrating a half-century. The business may have been built on quirky characters and unwanted remainders. But don’t discount them.
The Morney-Berry Farm has been in the same family since 1876. Descendants of the original owner have spent their lives protecting it. And now, a Texas Supreme Court ruling puts its future in jeopardy.
The “grandmother of Juneteenth” finally achieved her goal to make the day a national holiday. That doesn’t mean her job is done.
By Trinity Hawkins
This spring, Drenka cofounded the Dallas Asian American Historical Society, which preserves and highlights the stories and legacy of the city’s AAPI community.
By Grayson Mask