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| 11 months ago Jess Herbst made international news when she became the first openly transgender mayor in the state. But back in her tiny town of New Hope, life couldn't be more normal.
| 11 months ago In the early 1920s, the city’s chapter of the Ku Klux Klan once included one out of every three eligible men. Here’s how the Dallas Morning News led the fight against them.
| 12 months ago Albert Huddleston has all the money in the world, and he’s spending some of it to build a private golf Shangri-La.
| 10 months ago Pick up one at Cox Farms Market.
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| 11 months ago From Down Under to Dallas, cultures merge at Elements.
| 11 months ago Take a look inside this plush tribute to Waylon, Willie, and the boys.
| 11 months ago North Texas' unhealthy air has motivated some citizens to take matters into their own hands.
| 11 months ago Almost two decades later, the McKinney Avenue restaurant still feels modern.
| 11 months ago With the successful “México 1900–1950,” he makes a powerful statement about what his museum can—and will—be.
| 11 months ago The Henderson Avenue restaurant offers more than the typical fare.
| 11 months ago Between drone battles, lasers, and digital animation, your young brainiacs will stay busy with these hands-on day camps.
| 11 months ago The Hawaiian fish salad is creating long lines within the Dallas dining scene.
| 11 months ago Back when The Mansion served Kraft block cheese, she was making mozzarella by hand.
| 11 months ago In recent years, the AT&T Performing Arts Center has sucked up the city’s culture funds. Has it finally figured out how to give some back to local artists?
| 11 months ago He's got this.
| 11 months ago The food at the chic penthouse restaurant atop Forty Five Ten is worth the climb.
| 11 months ago Take a day trip to Larken Farms Orchard.
| 11 months ago First Destiny Herndon-De La Rosa got kicked out of the Women’s March. Then she nearly became a cable TV pundit.