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Sep/Oct 2021

One editor prevents COVID cabin fever discovering Collin County’s best places to play. See all 15 playgrounds, plus some honorable mentions! Also, a difficult conversation at Collin College about racism and misogyny, and where to find the best chocolate chip cookie we’ve ever tasted. Browse the September/October edition of Local Profile now!

Jul/Aug, 2021

Bullying is a problem as old as education itself. In this issue, we continue the conversation on bringing it to an end to protect all students. We also examine the fight for movie theatres’ survival, celebrate the non-profits making a difference in our community, and much more. Browse the July/August edition of Local Profile now!

May/Jun, 2021

It’s amazing how antsy a year of social isolation can make a person. Now, we want sun and surf, starlight and strange lands. Wanderers, if you’re suffering from burnout, let us inspire you to travel the open roads, and chase those distant horizons. Browse the May/June 2021 Issue now.

Mar/Apr, 2021

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.

Jan/Feb, 2021

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.

Nov/Dec, 2020

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.

Sep/Oct, 2020

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.

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