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Dallas, Fort Worth, And Identity

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Hour 2:           How do you see Dallas and Fort Worth? Long lumped together as DFW, we’ll examine the similarities, identities, and insecurities of the two distinctly different towns this hour with Bud Kennedy of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Sarah Hepola of Salon.com, and Tim Rogers of D Magazine. They’ve all contributed to the current 40th Anniversary Special Edition of Texas Monthly Magazine.

  • G. Brad Evans

    As a fairly new resident in DFW. I live in Arlington and see the area as a unit. I would like to see some regional experimentation with everything from governance to transportation and public safety services. To me the differences are like neighborhoods and the average transplant and foreign resident doesn’t relate to past rivalries.

  • G. Brad Evans

    As a fairly new resident in DFW. I live in Arlington and see the area as a unit. I would like to see some regional experimentation with everything from governance to transportation and public safety services. To me the differences are like neighborhoods and the average transplant and foreign resident doesn’t relate to past rivalries.

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