Michael Granberry, The Dallas Morning News

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Past articles by Michael:

When it comes to security, perception is key, as the Dallas Zoo is learning the hard way

Like another city-owned, privately run enterprise — the Dallas Museum of Art, with which it shares parallel traumas — zoo management is weighing the necessary... → Read More

Dallas Museum of Art has upgraded security in response to June break-in

Members of the DMA management team discussed the changes in an exclusive interview with The Dallas Morning News. → Read More

At Fair Park, SMU football great Jerry LeVias will share story of breaking the color line

LeVias will appear at the Hall of State in Fair Park next month for an event hosted by The News and the Dallas Historical Society. → Read More

Dallas Museum of Art launches design competition to ‘reimagine’ its campus

The DMA will consider potential architects from around the world, museum officials announced, for a project budgeted at $150 to $175 million. → Read More

SMU’s Meadows Museum names Amanda Dotseth new director

Dotseth succeeds longtime director Mark A. Roglán, who died in 2021. → Read More

Adrian Hall, a force at Dallas Theater Center in the 1980s, dies at 95, leaving a legacy

Hall worked in Dallas from 1983 to 1989, transforming Dallas theater while at the same time finding it difficult to navigate the chasm between craft and... → Read More

Thanks to ‘The Last of Us’ on HBO, a Linda Ronstadt song with Texas connections goes viral

Spotify announced that the song saw a 4,900% increase in streaming — in one hour — after Sunday night’s episode. → Read More

Leonardo DiCaprio will play cult leader Jim Jones in film based on Texas author’s book

MGM has optioned author Jeff Guinn’s ‘The Road to Jonestown: Jim Jones and Peoples Temple.’ → Read More

Broadway Dallas has high hopes for a new high-profile season

Included are musicals based on Michael Jackson and Tina Turner, and of course, a return of ‘Hamilton.’ → Read More

David Crosby, dead at 81, once credited an arrest in Dallas for turning his life around

‘Dallas pretty much saved my life,’ Crosby told ‘The News’ in 2014. → Read More

Longhorn Ballroom plans to reopen in spring

Back in the fall of 2021, Edwin Cabaniss, owner of the Kessler Theater in Oak Cliff, revealed plans to purchase the Longhorn Ballroom, a legendary venue that... → Read More

SMU football great Jerry LeVias recalls how a chance meeting with MLK shaped his life

At 19, LeVias was taken aside by the civil rights icon and given advice that would resonate for decades. → Read More

The Dallas Morning News and KERA name editor to lead Arts Access partnership

The collaboration between the two news outlets aims to cover arts and culture in North Texas “through the lens of equity and access.” → Read More

From Clint to Jerry: ‘Hole in the Roof’ is a Dallas Cowboys adventure, full of surprises

The new book, co-written by the son of Cowboys founder Clint Murchison Jr., traces the team’s story from the early 1950s to 2022. → Read More

Should Dealey Plaza be reimagined? Dallas leaders and local residents respond

A proposal by ‘News’ architecture critic Mark Lamster to reinvent the site where John F. Kennedy was assassinated has sparked a community conversation. → Read More

A Haitian-Cuban American with vast experience in the arts hired as Dallas’ arts director

Martine Elyse Philippe will become the director of the city’s Office of Arts and Culture on Dec. 5. → Read More

Ruth Paine, who lent a helping hand to Lee and Marina Oswald, looks back at Nov. 22, 1963

Ruth Paine reflects on JFK assassination, relationship with Lee and Marina Oswald. → Read More

Kevin Moriarty will become the new executive director of Dallas Theater Center

Moriarty will leave his role as artistic director and begin the new job in January. The company has launched a nationwide search to find a new artistic... → Read More

Jack Ruby’s wallet, JFK’s rocking chair will go up for sale in vast 1963 auction

More than 20 JFK-related items will hit the auction block next month from a late owner whose stash is seen as ‘a grail.’ → Read More

Rainmaker extraordinaire Terry D. Loftis is moving from TACA to the Dallas Symphony

He knew poverty and bullying as a young Black man in Dallas but revitalized TACA in barely three years. → Read More