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Dallas Fire Rescue team

The Parkland Nurse and the Worst Explosion in Dallas Fire-Rescue’s History

Two years ago, Dallas Fire-Rescue experienced a disaster unlike any it had seen in its 150-year history. This is the story of how Parkland nursing director Katie Mapula and her staff rescued the rescuers.

Texas Pharmacists Want to Keep Their Expanded Vaccination Capabilities

Advocates are pushing for a law to codify pandemic-era changes, but pediatricians say kids need to get vaccinations from their medical home.

One-Time Dallas Rapper Charged With COVID Financial Fraud

Corbin Corona, who released his music on SoundCloud, allegedly applied for a fraudulent Payment Protection Program loan.

Nutty Joe Rogan Guest Accuses D Magazine of ‘Deafamation’

Dr. Peter McCullough doesn't like the way we report facts.
By Tim Rogers


Architecture & Design

How The Pandemic Changed What We Wear to Work—Not Just Where We Work

Remote working may push heels and ties out of our work attire forever. Corgan's Lindsay Wilson weighs in on how this could impact office design.
By Lindsay Wilson
The Hamilton
CRE Opinion

Multifamily: The Incredible Bounce-Back of 2020

The Dallas-Fort Worth market is operating at near pre-pandemic levels. Newmark executive Brian O'Boyle shares insights on what this means for buyers and sellers.
Commercial Real Estate

Despite Challenges, Talley Riggins Construction Group President Says Now is the Time to Build

To understand why bad news for construction firms can be good news for clients, let’s look at the current market.
By John Riggins
Commercial Real Estate

Healthcare Design: Adapting to a Socially-Distanced World

Experts from HKS, Corgan, and Leo A Daly give insight about how healthcare facilities are adapting to the pandemic.

On the Table: Chris Tanco Leads From the Frontlines

The 7-Eleven COO’s efforts to meet franchisees where they are has paid off for the convenience store giant.