Think features in-depth interviews with compelling guests, covering a wide variety of topics ranging from history, politics, current events, science, technology and trends to food and wine, travel, adventure and entertainment.
Dallas, Lights, Etc. September 11, 2013
With the Omni hotel’s rib-patterned LED façade, the blue glow of the Statler Hotel and plans to revise the Bank of America building’s green-lit trim, downtown Dallas is re-dressing itself in creative lighting.
A Better Way Of Death September 10, 2013
When debilitating disease and emotional fatigue leave aging parents asking to die, how do their adult children cope?
Sleuthing The Central Bank September 10, 2013
What role did the Federal Reserve play in causing the Great Recession?
Violence and Vigilantism In The South September 9, 2013
How did lynching become accepted, much less celebrated, in the same communities where we now live?
November 22, 1963 September 9, 2013
Hugh Aynesworth wasn’t assigned to cover the Dallas visit of President John F. Kennedy. But the ‘Dallas Morning News’ reporter, then 32, saw the president’s assassination, Lee Harvey Oswald’s arrest and the shooting of Oswald by Jack Ruby.
The Science Of Selflessness September 5, 2013
Does every person carry the potential to become a hero?
Matching The Outside To The Inside September 5, 2013
How do people cope when their personal gender identity does not match the body they were born with?
JFK Sites In Dallas September 4, 2013
How did the city transform the place where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated 50 years ago into a monument to his memory?
Another Go At Graduating September 4, 2013
For students who face incredible challenges at home, sometimes dropout prevention plans aren’t enough.
Virginia Rappe, Fatty Arbuckle And Room 1219 September 3, 2013
How did a Labor Day party at the swankiest hotel in San Francisco bring about censorship in Hollywood films?