For all of the fit-throwing, cursing, and discussion about food critics in Dallas, we've kind of lost sight of the fact that John Tesar is actually an incredible chef. The controversy surrounding you-know-who's three-star review of Tesar's second Dallas restaurant Knife may have died down, but the h ... More >>
Global climate change is real, it's caused by people, and it will have a significant, often unpredictable impact on the United States and the human beings who live here. Those are the takeaways from the third-ever National Climate Assessment, an 840-page, congressionally mandated tome released by t ... More >>
When William Chance's parents died, in 2008 and 2009, he wanted to honor them properly. As a practitioner of a pan-Native American faith derived from the tribes of the Great Plains -- his grandmother was a Cheyenne from Montana -- this required a lock of their hair about the thickness of pencil lead ... More >>
He had an uncanny knack for finding tornadoes. Then one found him.
Till this morning I'd never heard of the National Rural Funders Collaborative, a Dallas-based "collaborative philanthropic initiative" funded by some of the largest foundations in the country, among them The California Endowment, The Ford Foundation, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and the Mary Reynolds ... More >>
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