Dallas’ first freeway was built over a Freedmen’s cemetery, a cultural clear-cutting in a city built on convenience.
Each time Dallas-based publisher Deep Vellum releases a book by Korean novelist Jung Young Moon, a new batch of readers gain exposure to his vivid, bewildering work.
Zac Crain has spent four years getting to know the nooks and crannies of the Big D, which he documents in his new book, A Pedestrian’s Recent History of Dallas.
The Richardson-born singer-songwriter released his debut album in September.
Brock Cravy has had a long career working on LGBTQ2+ film and television in Texas. Now, he’s making his own rules.
The illegal dump is southern Dallas’ most visible environmental justice crisis. It’s far from the only one.
North Texas journalists want to make labor history in the Lone Star State. The A. H. Belo Corporation would prefer they didn’t.
ICU beds are limited, medical providers are falling sick, and urban hospitals where small facilities transfer critical patients are running out of space.
Electronic monitoring companies refuse to touch coronavirus-positive inmates. That means they can’t go home.
“Now we're just working with this unprecedented state usurpation of local control, trying to keep people safe as best we can.”