Photo by Leslie MinoraBlood donors filter through Carter BloodCare mobile facility as part of a religious day of memory.About 100 Iraqi men gathered at the Imam Ali Islamic Center in Grand Prairie yesterday. Some crowded beneath a big white party tent, grilling meat and eating, or relaxed ins ... More >>
Photos by Brantley HargroveMohammed and his mulchMohammed squatted atop a five-foot pile of mulch, his shovel jabbed into the chaff somewhere out in the snake-infested, cedar-scrubbed hill country southwest of Dallas. Sweat darkened his black Reebok shirt and soaked his ankle socks and his co ... More >>
A few days ago I got a message from a gentleman named Steve Parrino. He mentioned that he too is a native of Dallas and that his family has been here since the 1890s. Said he's a fan of the history-of items I like to post here and that he wanted to share something special. I'll let him take it fr ... More >>
Kimberly ThorpeAnti-Iraq War protestors marched through downtown Dallas on Saturday. Yesterday, about 35 people marched from City Hall to the Earle Cabell Federal Building and Courthouse to protest the Iraq War, which began six year ago.
They dressed in black shirts and pants and wore white masks ... More >>