Parks & Trails

Spring Training fever hits me this time every year

Talking about loving baseball with someone who doesn’t is like telling a Victoria’s Secret model you love her — both will look at you as if you’re an idiot, and you’ll probably be slapped by at least one.

Q&A: Trinity Trust’s Melanie Ferguson

Like it or not, the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is sure to become a symbol for Dallas. The trust’s outreach and development director tells us why.

Faces of Oak Cliff bicycle culture

The neighborhood bicycling scene comprises many two-wheeled styles. Here are a few of the faces and bikes you might see on the streets and trails.

Historical photo: Union Terminal Park

We bought Union Terminal Park in 1945 as a west entrance to Union Station. You know the underground tunnel that goes from Union Station to the Hyatt Regency, under the railroad tracks? If you lived in Oak Cliff, rather than going all the way around, you could park here and enter Union Station.

Making a path for cyclists

COVER STORY | VIDEO: Everywhere you look in Oak Cliff, there’s two-wheeled transit. We’re the bicyclingest neighborhood in the city.