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All Ears on Southlake

Southlake always struck me as an unnaturally homogenous bastion of white, wealthy families. Growing up in Lewisville, a middle- to lower middle-class suburb just...

R.I.P., Bill Paxton

The Oscar ceremony is known, among other things, for its annual montage of film-industry professionals who died during the previous 12 months. This past...

We’re Not Going Home!

A new tradition has begun in this year’s playoff run for the Dallas Stars: After each victory, a giant Flavor Flav-style medallion depicting the...

Crafting Inclusion

Brewery owners and craft beer consumers here and across the United States are overwhelmingly white and disproportionately male. The dearth of persons of color...

Resident Evil 7: Be Our Guest

Turning on all the lights in the Ballpark in Arlington wouldn’t lessen the horrific heights of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, the latest entry in...

Sunflower Shoppe

For drivers stuck in traffic on Camp Bowie Boulevard, it would be easy to miss the Sunflower Shoppe. Tucked behind a Texaco and a...

A Cut Above

If you’ve seen Adaptation, Scream 4, or Training Day, you’re familiar with hairstylist Larry Waggoner’s handiwork. Since landing his first film gig working on...

It Shouldn’t Have Happened

Everyone loves watching students chest-pass their way out of student debt by “throwing” footballs as fast as possible into large inflatable Dr Pepper cans...

Appreciate Ya

“I wasn’t born in Texas, but I got here as fast as I could.” So goes the bumper sticker, the coaster, the koozie, the mug,...

Tiny But Mighty

Vanessa Barker co-founded The Welman Project two years ago to provide supplies to bootstrapped public schools and to cut down on waste. Along with...