Right now, Dallas has right around 100 miles of hike and bike trails and counting. That's impressive. Less so is their arrangement. They are, with a few notable exceptions, disconnected, less a cohesive network than a collection of self-contained pathways from nowhere to nowhere. The city of Dallas ... More >>
Dallas wants to close the book on abstinence-only education. Texas keeps getting in the way.
Oh, ouch. That was a liberal ouch, by the way. Even as a liberal, I can see this as the Next Bad Idea snouting its way up over the far horizon: telling the suburbs they have to bail out the cities. Ain't ... gonna ... happen. David Firestone, a young hotshot reporter in Dallas back in the day, now ... More >>
Magnets just arent the budget-busters trustees are pretending they are.
Big D and Mr. Jones got a thing going on
Angelou leads many powerful voices
Four current and future SMU alums stitch together work, politics and the American dream
Alfre Woodard takes a seat at the Feast
John Singleton casts a fresh gaze on his hood in Baby Boy
With headliners like Mike Judge and an impressive list of films, the Dallas Video Festival once again wins by knockout
Maya Angelou extends her domain by taking on film with Down in the Delta
How To Make an American Quilt stitches a contrived view of romance
Branford Marsalis does the 'unspeakable' once more