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philip haigh
Person of Interest

The Man Behind The Loop, a 50-Mile Trail Coming Soon to Dallas

Philip Hiatt Haigh, the executive director of the Circuit Trail Conservancy, tells all about the newest bike trail that will be winding its way through Dallas in 2026. Plus, a little bit of relationship advice.
Julie Murphy

After the Success of Dumplin’, Arlington Author Makes Christmas Raunchy

Julie Murphy’s Dumplin’ was a New York Times bestseller and a movie starring Jennifer Anniston scored by Dolly Parton. Now, Murphy and her co-author take on Christmas. Bonus: a podcast!
marc montoya
Person of Interest

A Dallas Photographer Takes a Shot at Coffee

Dallas photographer Marc Montoya has a new gig: roasting coffee. Learn about Oak Cliff’s newest subscription.

Barbara Kevles’ Life on Tape

For decades, I interviewed some of the most famous, accomplished women in the world. Fortunately I saved it all.
Averie Bishop Miss Texas 2022
Person of Interest

Miss Texas Is an SMU Law Grad

Averie Bishop became the first Asian American to earn the Miss Texas crown, something she juggled in between her classes.


Haley Taylor Schlitz
Person of Interest

Meet the Youngest Female Law School Grad in U.S. History

Haley Taylor Schlitz graduated from the SMU Dedman School of Law at 19 years old. That’s only one of many things you should know about her.
By Tim Rogers
Lory Masters
Dallas History

The Grand Story of Loryland

Loryland is the only neighborhood in Dallas named after someone still living. How did its namesake, Lory Masters, earn the honor? First she started a lesbian motorcycle club.
Opal Lee Juneteenth

A Year After Juneteenth Became a National Holiday, Opal Lee’s Journey Continues

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
Joaquin Zihuatanejo
Person of Interest

How Dallas’ Poet Laureate Plans to Connect the City

Joaquín Zihuatanejo, the first-ever poet laureate of Dallas, believes poetry can be a bridge.
By Tim Rogers
Marc Stein
Person of Interest

The Ball Is in Marc Stein’s Court

After more than two decades covering the NBA for the likes of ESPN and the New York Times, Dallas-based Marc Stein went solo last year. We caught up with him ahead of the playoffs.