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The Dallas 40

How Dallas came to the most exciting point in its history 40 stories over 40 years

By Zac Crain, Cristina Daglas, Liz Johnstone, Michael J. Mooney, Nancy Nichols, Krista Nightengale, Bradford Pearson, Christine Perez, Raya Ramsey, Tim Rogers, and Peter Simek

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Immigration

The Now-Legal Immigrant

Thanks to their deferred action status, Jesus Castillo Carrizales and other childhood arrivals can start putting down real roots in Dallas.
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Charity

The City of Philanthropists

Dallas has long been a giving city, especially from its richest families. Lyda Hill gives more than most.
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The Transformation of Oak Cliff

David Spence took a blighted neighborhood and made it beautiful again.
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The Transplants

The Village Apartments give new Dallas residents liek Tara Vornkahl a safe landing place.
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The Family Recipe

As a young crop of tattooed chefs pushes the limits of modern cuisine, Chuy Cruz stirs a retaurant tradition.
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The Rise and Fall and Rise of Deep Ellum

Deep Ellum has changed—and changed and changed—over the past several decades. But one thing has remained constant: Frank Campagna.
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The Expanding Empire in Fort Worth

The fastest-growing large city in teh country and its fastest-growing area—home to Scott Hernandez and more than 37,000 other workers—is getting bigger.
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The Trains Start Running

DART has built the longest light-rail system in the country. It also gave Ladrika Davis Gross a new direction in life.
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The Calculator That Changed the World

Nothing can replace the famous Texas Instruments product that Vonnie Howard helped create.
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The Architect of an Art Scene

In Dallas' wide-open landscape, artist Stephen Lapthisophon saw an opportunity that a new geneartion of artists could exploit.
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