David tries to find the humanity and profundity in the commonplace. He writes on a variety of topics.
How Craft Beer (Finally) Came to Dallas
Three brewers navigated the city's red tape to open the first microbreweries.
Blessed Are the Beermakers
Cheers to those keeping North Texas' mugs full of Buffalo Butt and Blood and Honey.
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Why City Slicker David Mitchell Has 'Gone Country'
An ex-real estate investor finds new life owning the Sleepy Sheep Ranch in Whitewright.
Before Rozanne DeLoach’s father died, he gave her a career in music.
Six Flags Mall: Yes, It's Still Open
Inside you will find a reminder of your own mortality.
The Good Fortune of Bad Kids
How two Dallas boys moved to Los Angeles and made a movie the hard way.
Why Dallas Needs a Sports Commission
For a supposed sports town, the city isn’t smart about the way it plays the game.
Noah Jeppson's Crazy Ideas For Downtown Dallas
He's not the sort of person you'd expect to see leading a charge to improve the Central Business District.
We were the largest U.S. city without a microbrewery. Now we have three, with each planning to produce 1,500 barrels in its first year. Hope you’re thirsty.
Why Dallas Burlesque Owes a Debt to Tammi True
The city has seen a resurgence in the playful art of striptease. Meet one of the pioneers.
There are hints of Nancy Myers’ former life at the Carousel Club and Skyliner Ballroom scattered around her G...
Mark Walters: Leader of the Geeks
More than 20,000 Wookies, warlocks, and Avengers will attend his Dallas Comic Con this month. Set phasers to fun.
How Citysquare's LAW Center is Fighting Poverty
“We’re trying to go way beyond charity.”
Behind the Curtain of Scarborough Renaissance Festival
What do the lords and ladies do when the patrons go home at night?
Downtown Arlington Isn't Cool—Yet
Downtown Arlington has been working hard to get your approval.