By Ramon Bracamontes Originally appeared in the Texas Tribune For the past six months, El Paso has been the epicenter of a migrant influx that does not appear to be letting […]
By Raven Jordan The Dallas Education Foundation recently celebrated Dallas ISD arts educators at its second Heart of Teaching Gala on Nov. 1. The foundation is Dallas ISD’s nonprofit philanthropic […]
By Shewanda Riley “Objects in the mirror are closer than they appear.” This phrase found on car passenger side mirrors has always puzzled me. For starters, even though I’ve read […]
On October 22, around 50 young women from ages 10 to 18 years old spent the day experiencing aviation with introductory flights flown by Sisters of the Skies pilots, as […]
By Shewanda Riley A number of years ago, I had a conversation with fellow author Michelle Stimpson about how we Christians fail to respond when we see others struggling with […]
Texas Women’s Foundation raced to raise funds in support of women and girls at its 37th Annual Luncheon on October 6th at the Hilton Anatole Hotel. With the theme […]
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Dallas Free Press writer Jeffrey Ruiz discusses zoning issues and how a new plan could make room for more businesses in South Dallas.
A conversation with decorated and seasoned Blues performer Robert Cray of the Robert Cray Band discussing touring, the music industry, and how he started on his own musical journey.
By Uriel J. Garcia The Texas Tribune UVALDE — On a hot Saturday morning in June, Javier Cazares drove to Austin with his wife and 17-year-old daughter to join hundreds […]