Trinity Groves, a sprawling food incubator in West Dallas, has attracted diverse chefs and huge crowds.
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April 4, 2014 Trinity Groves, a 15-acre restaurant incubator, brought Chinese-Latin food and economic vitality back to West Dallas. What was once a dangerous neighborhood is now a hot spot for international eats.
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A butterfly pauses on a buddleia flower in Godewaersvelde, northern France.
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August 29, 2013 When children have so little experience of nature that they fear butterflies, how should we respond? That's the question anthropologist Barbara J. King asks after reading about a new garden at the Dallas Arboretum focused on educating kids.
February 4, 2011 This is it: Super Bowl XLV is upon us, almost. A quick glance at the media, any media, makes it clear that this is the weekend when America's love affair with the NFL culminates in a riot of parties
December 13, 2010 John Wiley Price, an "angry black man" profiled by NPR's Wade Goodwyn, jolts Dallas' County Commission and gains stature. Price is not what you'd expect in a county know for conservativism.
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