This is a look at what it is like to work for the Redbull Wings Team in Dallas, TX.
Joy Tabernacle AME Church is led by Pastor Mike Waters in South Dallas every Sunday morning at 10:45 am.
Stampede is the only co-ed a cappella group on the SMU campus, and they will be performing at Celebration of Lights this year.
An inside look into Sabah House’s handmade Turkish Shoes in Uptown Dallas.
Carla Robertson is a designer and sewing educator in Dallas, who uses her talent to make a difference in the lives of others.
A peak into the lives of The Men of Nehemiah.
The 3.5 mile Katy Trail just got a whole lot longer and can even take you all the way to White Rock Lake
SPCA of Texas was very involved with relief efforts after Hurricane Harvey hit the Gulf Coast in 2017.
An inside look at Royal Blue Grocery in Highland Park Village.
Akola is a 100% socially impacting jewelry brand that strives to empower women in Uganda and Dallas.
At Preston Center Dance, Densil Adams insures his dancers learn just as much about confidence and self-worth as they do about the art.
SMU Ballroom is a student organization that meets in Studio 3 at Dedman Center for Lifetime Sports to learn a variety of ballroom dances.
Mary Krow teaches choreography from Perfect 8 Counts to groups of high school age girls.
The ultimate sister duo, Morgan and Brooke Peterson are inseparable dance partners pursuing their love of dance.
The Dallas-based band “Blue Apollo” has grown since their inception into the five-member band they are today. Drummer Jeremiah Jensen reflects on the band’s journey and looks towards their future.
Every Monday and Tuesday night, Kim Fuquay has been training dogs for over ten years at Park Cities Obedience School in Dallas, TX. Here is a look inside her Basic Class.
Have a peak at SMUSH, where students experience college with a hint of home.
Dallas Animal Services is the city’s animal control and adoption agency that keeps the people and animals of Dallas safe.
This slideshow shows the daily life of Ashley Conklin as she helps students with ADHD.
A photo slideshow of my time at the Standing Rock Reservation during the #NoDAPL movement.
Russian Club is an active part of SMU’s foreign language department.
McKinney Avenue Transit Authority has provided transport for the Uptown area for over 30 years. Eventually, each of these streetcars need a helping hand from the Trolley Barn.
Brian Bolke’s Forty Five Ten on Mckinney avenue and Taylor Tomasi Hill’s TTH in Highland Park Village. Forty Five Ten’s new flagship store opens this Saturday in downtown!
Graduate student Sunny Shin teaches a class of beginner piano students in the Meadows School of the Arts at SMU.
Special needs students in the Transition Program at Highland Park High School work together in a friendly, uplifting environment to learn job skills and daily living activities.
Equest is a therepeutic horseback riding organization that provides emotional, physical and developmental therapy for children and adults.
Unmistakably Molly, a popular local gift shop, just reopened on Lovers Lane.
This slideshow is about Nékter as a business and its employee Marcus Vargas and his experiences working there.
The Dallas-based band Blue Apollo continues to gain popularity as their music becomes recognized by fans all over Texas and beyond.
Dog N Kitty City is a Dallas based no-kill shelter for dogs and cats.
This is a behind the scenes of Gary Isett’s yard. He has a variety of yard art that he likes to display in his yard on the corner of Trammel Drive and Abrams road.
Luxury Garage Sale is a new consignment boutique located in Snider Plaza. It is the perfect place for SMU students to pick up something designer at a discount.
The Multicultural Greek Council is another side of SMU Greek Life. Every year new members join the 11 fraternities and sororities.
Peticolas Brewing Company is a small, independent brewery located in the Dallas Design District, crafting unique brews with a lot of heart.
Take a peek into a paper lover’s dream, also known as the paper sample room at Clampitt Paper’s Distribution and Creative Center in Dallas.
A behind the scenes look inside the studio and home of Dallas artist Megan Adams Brooks.
Energy Transfer Partners, A Dallas based oil & gas company, has evoked widespread opposition and fear amongst residents of the Big Bend Region of West Texas with their plans and imminent construction of an underground pipeline. Local residents believe that the 143 mile long, 42-inch pipe will destroy the region’s pristine and ancient natural habitat that is still to this day home to indigenous people. Elected Walelu township Chief Bill Hoff who resides in Valentine, TX is a descendent of the Tsalagiyi Nvdagi Tribe of Cherokee Nation who is strongly opposed to the pipeline and the damage he believes it will create for the next seven generations of his people.
A look at an ice cream parlor on Lovers Lane, Howdy Homemade, staffed primarily by special needs adults.
This is a look into the Burlesque scene here in Dallas, where performers took part in a show and showed off their dance moves.
A behind the scenes look at the SMU Pom Team.
Southern Gentlemen, SMU’s oldest male A Capella group, is getting ready to launch their second album on iTunes.
Behind Every Door is a Christian nonprofit seeking to transform lives in underserved neighborhoods. It holds a literacy and enrichment after school program at the Village Oaks Apartments in Dallas, TX.
Belle Tones is the premiere female a cappella group at Southern Methodist University.
This photo slideshow shows three cooks preparing meals for 40 sorority women here on SMU’s campus.
The Angelika Film Center in Dallas is one of six unique film centers across the country. I’ll take you inside to explore why this theater is different from your average AMC.
The SMU Club Tennis team provides a fun environment for tennis players of all levels.
Founded by SMU alum, Meghann O’Leary, The PilatesBarre is stretching all over Dallas. These photos show all of the fun things that The PilatesBarre has to offer.
Enter the colorful world of Atama: a unique and progressive art gallery in Mockingbird Station that will redefine your idea of a “toy store.”
The SMU Pom Squad is well known for their energetic performances – which they perfect during practices every Tuesday and Thursday in Studio 3 of Dedman Center for Lifetime Sports from 3:30 to 6 p.m.
Stampede performs a cappella numbers across SMU and Dallas.
Green Bay Packers fans go to Vernon’s Gastropub on game days.
Mustang EMS (emergency medical service) certified several students in CPR/AED response (cardio-pulmonary response & automated external defibrillator) at its Nov. 4 class in Clements Hall.
This photo slideshow is a look at what goes on during the After School Program at Project Transformation, a non-profit organization that works in underserved communities.
This photo slideshow displays a typical practice with SMU’s Hip Hop Club, from stretching and warming up to learning choreography and finalizing a dance.
A photo slideshow featuring Park Cities Dance and the Dallas Conservatory.
Dolly Python is a celebrated vintage store in Dallas that is known for its eclectic antique finds.
A photographic journey through SMU TV’s newest segment The Look.
A tour of Dallas’s local hot spot, the Katy Trail.
Buzz Bike passengers take a tour throughout Dallas while sipping their beverages, jamming out, having fun and waving at the locals.
A pictorial anecdote chronicling the Kinetic Koalition’s run through Glencoe Park.
Mustang Heroes is a student-run organization, committed to serving the community by making positive impacts both on and off campus. Student volunteers help elementary-aged students at Uplight Heights, a charter school in West Dallas, with math and reading skills.
The Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden stands as one of the oldest modern art galleries in Dallas.
After Luis Veloz’s father had several heart attacks and found himself in extreme debt from healthcare costs, Veloz became passionate about solving the problem of healthcare in the United States for Latinos, specifically, and was offered the chance to travel across the nation to film a documentary with Univision.
Café Momentum, nestled in the heart of downtown Dallas, prepares for the evening rush of customers who come to enjoy this very unique dining experience.
SMU students camp out into the early morning hours to get their hands on highly valued SMU Men’s basketball season tickets.
The newest local vinyl vendor, Josey Records is open and welcome for business. Measuring in at 15,500 square feet, Josey is an indicator that records sales are on the rise again.
All Star Equestrian Horse Farm specializes in therapeutic horse riding and they accept everyone from autistic children to veterans with PTSD.
Follow S.M.U.S.T.’s production of “Birth”, an original show written and directed by Madeline Dockery-Ferman, through an evening of rehearsal.
The Democrats need the millennial vote, however getting millennial enthusiasm and turnout is difficult for several reasons.
Keith Frazier worked hard this offseason to be ready for this season and his team thinks the work has paid off.
After spending two seasons with the Minnesota Timber Wolves, JJ Barea is back with the Dallas Mavericks. Barea began his career in Dallas and was part of the 2011 championship team.
At Nick and Sam’s Steakhouse, Executive Chef Scott Townend is hard at work making sure each dish is perfect down to the smallest detail.
At Evolution Auto Concepts, owner Ryan Rafie helps his customers bring their custom automotive ideas to life.
Klayton Mai is MMA fighter in Dallas as well as a snake breeder.
Local art organization ArtLoveMagic hosted a cultural celebration and art show to celebrate the Dia de los Muertos holiday on November 2, 2014.
A behind-the-scenes look at what goes on in the control room and on the floor during a 10 p.m. newscast at WFAA.
Rudolph’s Market and Sausage Factory has been operating for more than a century since 1895. The family-owned business is open five days a week, and offers customers a wide variety of quality aged meat selections.
The Body Bar on Travis Street offers multiple Pilates inspired classes each day and also sells workout wear. With twelve reformer beds in the studio, there is plenty of room for clients to take advantage of all that they have to offer.
This photo slideshow portrays the activities and events taking place at Dallas trampoline park, Jumpstreet.
The SMU Mustang Mavericks is Southern Methodist University’s first and only country-western stunt dance team.
The Dallas Opera is a world-class performing arts organization located in the heart of downtown Dallas.
Demetrios Velis, the owner of Deno Shoe Repair, has been caring for the leather goods of the people of the Park Cities and Dallas for over 40 years.
This photo slideshow tells the story of a SMU senior leading ESL classes for custodians on campus.
Green Grocer is an intimate health-food market located on Greenville Ave. that sells all organic and non-GMO products.
The Dallas Farmers market prides itself on educating the Dallas community on how to live a healthy and natural lifestyle.
SMU’s all-male acapella group, Southern Gentlemen, rehearses on a Sunday night.
SMU Quarterback, Garrett Krstich has started in almost every game this season. From walking on his freshman year to starting his senior year Krsitch has improved tremendously.
Grisham Farms is a petting-zoo in McKinney, Texas that caters towards adults and children with special needs.
If you’re a college basketball fan, you’ve heard the name Emmanuel Mudiay. What most people don’t know about the budding star is that he has an older brother, Jean-Michael, who is a senior basketball player at SMU now.
Johnny Rubio has been working at the Dallas Farmer’s Market for almost 40 years. He has learned much during that time and loves his job, especially when he gets to talk to customers.
The Ramblin’ Rounds is a round dancing class that meets every Tuesday night at Granger Recreation Center in Garland, Texas.
The day of a bicycle shop, Oak Cliff Bicycle Company, who services bicycle repairs or needs to the Dallas community near the Bishop Arts District.
Cowboys Stadium hosted the South Region Sweet 16 and Elite 8 rounds of the Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament on March 28 and March 31, 2013.
A glimpse at the indoor pool at SMU’s Dedman Center for Lifetime Sports on a typical Monday at noon.
The Dallas Farmer’s Market has been around for the past six decades, and is a year-round attraction spot that carries some of the freshest grown fruits and vegetables along with local honey and jams.
Burger House is a local favorite in Dallas for both young and old because of it’s award winning burgers and welcoming environment.
At Dallas Animal Services, these furry friends need your love and care and a home to keep them safe.
New 2 You-The place for Unique furniture and decor.
The voices of people on radio that are heard, but never seen.
Curtis Cokes, a 74-year-old retired professional boxer, shares his knowledge and experience with the next generation of boxers.
Kyle Hobratschk is a printmaker in the Tyler Davis Arts District in Oak Cliff.
Through images of Keller’s Hamburgers, it is clear that the historic burger joint has been loved by customers for decades.
A look at bench aerobics, a class offered to fulfill student’s Choices 2 requirement.
It seems around every corner is another similar coffeehouse, take a look at Crooked Tree Coffeehouse, a coffee venue that puts the house back in coffeehouse.
Take a look inside the world of Michael Kenny, an SMU alumnus and Master of Music Therapy.
Dallas Pedicabs is the city’s newest form of transportation and already has an impressive clientele.
Who doesn’t love the nostalgia that goes along with a grilled cheese? Follow Ruthie’s Rolling Cafe on Facebook and Twitter to cure the craving with this food truck’s gourmet sandwiches.
A day in the life of music major Tessa Gartin.
Lauren Essl, owner and creator of Blue Eye Brown Eye, goes through the steps of creating a letterpress print, and how to the clean up the mess!
Ssahm BBQ gourmet food truck is a must for foodies in the DFW metroplex.
Non-profit organization Paws in the City works to give animals that are about to be euthanized a new life.
Run On! Dallas is a full-service, speciality retailer that also gives back to the community.
Recycled Books in downtown Denton sells used books, records, DVDs and other secondhand things.
Jana Mathena, an SMU alum, opened Gameday Cloth, a sports centered clothing boutique, after dreaming up the idea a few years ago.
Patrons enjoy the Psychedelic Drum Jam at Across The Street Bar.
Jewelry designer Amanda Sterett and her staff prepare her Spring 2012 collection in her Cedar Springs studio.
Visit “the only Pumpkin Village in the world” at the Dallas Arboretum.
It’s a bus, it’s a vintage store, it’s the Vintagemobile!
Take a tour of McCommas Bluff Landfill, the site that has stirred controversy over the last several months.
Step inside Dylan and Pamela Dowdy’s handmade shop on wheels, the Dowdy Studio Wagon.
Milo Muniz and his Canton Street Co-op
The Dallas Morning News printing plant in Plano.
I attended the Festival at the Switchyard on October 23, 2010, where people gathered in Downtown Carrollton for a good time and live concerts.
Bubba’s Cooks Country has been serving hungry Dallas residents in a converted 1927 Texaco gas station since 1981. The University Park landmark keeps customers coming back with fresh and always fried Texas home cooking.
Dallas ISD Sam Houston Elementary maintains an upstanding learning environment in a time of an American education crisis. Shadow Principal Oscar Nandayapa to see an exemplary Dallas public education at work.