THE CHER SHOWSuperstars come and go. Cher is forever. For six straight decades, only one unstoppableforce has flat-out dominated popular culture – breaking down barriers, pushingboundaries and letting nothing and […]
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.