It may look like a game, but when students “walk” into the new Dallas Hybrid Preparatory at Stephen J. Hay this August, they’ll be stepping into a responsive virtual world that mimics the feel of going to school.
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Lauren Kitchens is no stranger to a little fame — she’s made numerous appearances on Food Network shows, demonstrating her prowess with a piping bag and tiers of cake. But a recent wedding cake order gave her a lot of national attention.Read more
When is a restaurant more than a restaurant? When it’s indelibly connected to the most important days of people’s lives.
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Anastasia Higginbotham had no idea that her book had caused such an uproar that it was blamed for legislation passed by the Texas legislature, thousands of miles away from her home base in New York.Read more
Audrey Tweed served in the Women’s Auxiliary Ferry Squadron, traveled the world, and won’t stop watering her yard herself at the age of 100.Read more
I know this as fact: My roots, as far as my family’s time in North America, are steeped in the belief that White people are superior to other races.Read more
Anesthesiologist and Real Housewives of Dallas cast member Dr. Tiffany Moon told Dallas ISD students Tuesday as part of a virtual panel discussion for Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) heritage month that “we must lead with love.”Read more
For all the social media furor, few attended planned protests at Holy Trinity Church, where police had removed a North Texas politician’s daughter after she refused to wear a mask at Mass.Read more
Several bills filed in the Texas legislature could spell trouble for public school districts.Read more
With its museum-like layout and sophisticated sculptures, murals, and paintings by known artists, NorthPark Center staffs a position many other malls wouldn’t need: a manager of arts programming.Read more
School board races are typically nonpartisan affairs, but some Park Cities residents say they’ve received flyers with some very partisan rhetoric.Read more