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This spring, we’re celebrating cheap eats. The woman behind a Texas sexual assault law speaks out. And we examine why Frisco’s Wade Park still languishes in real estate limbo. Browse the March-April issue now.
It’s a new year. We’re ready to turn over some new leaves. We’re starting 2021 with a deep dive into high school football, a look at how the pandemic has affected mental health, and the evolution of the Denton Black Film Festival. Browse the January/February issue now.
We’re finishing 2020 with a list of seasonal cocktails, tips on hosting a socially-distant party, New Years trends, and everything else you need to survive the holiday season. Plus, a local church donating wheelchairs to those in need, and 10 books to read by the fire this winter. Browse the November/December issue now.
The president of Paul Quinn College on revolutionizing the college experience (while keeping tuition low); the connected cases of two Fort Worth women who went missing ten years apart; a Texas farm remains sustainable while producing growing potatoes for Frito-Lay; school is back in session. Browse the September/October issue now.
Nurses tell their stories from the front lines of the COVID-19 outbreak in the DFW metroplex; a photographer wanders his city, capturing portraits of life six feet apart; a grandmother searches for answers following the death of her grandchild in a local foster home. Browse the July/August issue now.
As we adjust to the changes in our lifestyles due to COVID-19, we need a little human connection. Go inside the Plano Police Department during a pandemic, dig in to the controversy surrounding one McKinney City Council member, and follow the struggle restaurants are facing.
Do you see what I see? We’ve been chasing the odds, consulting crystal balls, and asking our magic 8 balls what the future holds: we don’t have all the answers but we think we have some. Find within the future face of Collin County, the future of transportation, the future of a local police station, and the cauliflower sandwich which is your future lunch.