See what books by local authors are hitting bookshelves.Read more
Mavericks owner’s sibling explores addiction, recovery in new novel.Read more
Most 15-year-olds don’t sit down to write a history book about their neighborhood.Read more
Bob Hopkins’ new book defines love of humanity with scores of stories.Read more
Working most often requires hours of screen time, so why not rejuvenate the mind with an action-packed book?Read more
Like many of us, Tony Johnson took advantage of some downtime during the COVID-19 pandemic to reflect.
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Do you sign your pets’ names on your holiday card? Have you ever sent your dog to daycare? Do you regularly shop for cat or dog toys? Welcome to a new breed of American family.
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Didn’t get enough “grisliness” in 2020-21? A former journalist will take readers back a dozen decades to explore tragic events, most of which occurred before the Park Cities incorporated.Read more
Shelton student schools readers on camaraderie and authenticityRead more
We last wrote about Tracy Walder for the February 2019 issues, putting her photograph on the cover of Park Cities People.Read more
SMU professor Andrew R. Graybill and alumna Regina Taylor are among 19 newly elected members of the Texas Institute of Letters, to be inducted at the TIL annual meeting in Georgetown on March 27-29.Read more