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Publications

The Ballad of Lance Von Erich

This month, A24’s The Iron Claw will bring the tragic tale of the Von Erich dynasty to the big screen. The strangest part of that story? When the family plucked a bodybuilding real estate agent out of obscurity and convinced the world he was kin.
Kathleen Bailey
Publications

Disinformation Isn’t New: A Dallas Woman Led the National Fight Decades Ago

Kathleen Bailey spent her career fighting Soviet disinformation and trying to save the world from nuclear Armageddon. She could write a memoir. The reason she'd rather write fiction is a very interesting story.
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Health & Fitness

Your Long Term Health Begins In Your Mouth

A visit to your dentist and an orthodontic intervention can prevent heart disease, tooth decay, and even bad breath.
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Architecture & Design

How (Not) To Get Ahead In Architecture

For more than 40 years, Gary “Corky” Cunningham has gone after projects no one else wants. He’s not done yet.
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Ali Sheikh
Sports News

The Greatest Experiment in Pro Sports Begins In North Texas

Cricket is a big deal all over the world. The next step is a plan to make it big here. And it involves a former minor league baseball stadium in Grand Prairie, a handsome famous player from New Zealand, and a college kid from Frisco.
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Crime

True Crime and Wine

First he caught the Eyeball Killer. Then, to take his mind off the horror he’d seen as a Dallas cop, John Matthews planted grapes. In Ovilla.
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Law

Two Dallas Lawyers, One Mission

Lawyers Sean Pevsner and Mark Whitburn met as kids and formed a lifelong bond fighting for people with disabilities. Their work proves that the best ability is availability. 
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Urbanism

Why Dallas Should Not Fear Its Past

This essay, from 1982, explores Dallas’ unemotional march into the future. Even then, it was apparent the city had little interest in preserving the buildings of its past.
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Publications

R.L. Griffin, Dallas’ Adopted King of Blues

On a road trip to East Texas, R.L. Griffin learns that you can never go home. Which is just as well, because the Dallas legend runs the best, most booty-shaking club in town.
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