Community's 'Quarantine Project' Creates Pop-Up Bookstore Benefitting University Park Public LibraryThe prices of the books follow a very simple structure. Most hardcover books are $4. Paperback are either $3 or $1 depending on the size.
'Doctors Had The Power To Do What They Wanted With Little Oversight': Chip Jones On New Book 'The Organ Thieves: The Shocking Story Of The First Heart Transplant In The Segregated South'Author Chip Jones discusses his new book about a Black man named Bruce Tucker, who sustained a head injury in 1968 and had his heart taken out of his body and put into the chest of a white businessman.
Now Hiring: DFW Area Boots And Western Wear Company Branching OutTecovas is looking to hire a store manager with experience for their Dallas location and fill several other jobs in sales associate and assistant manager roles.
'Anxiety Is Not Something You Can Just Turn Off': Author Megan Collins On New Book 'Behind The Red Door'The author discusses her new novel about a woman named Fern Douglas who goes back into her past when she starts realizing her connection to a famous kidnapping victim.
'The Question Is What Truly Makes You Rich': Julie Pennell On New Book 'Louisiana Lucky: A Novel'The author discusses her new novel where she explores how life changes forever for three sisters when they win $204 million from the lottery.
Coronavirus In Texas: Dallas Public Library Launches Curbside ServiceThe Dallas Public Library is launching curbside pickup in 16 library locations around the city on Tuesday, June 9.
Coronavirus In Texas: Half Price Books Furloughs, Lays Off 78% Of EmployeesHalf Price Books has furloughed or laid off 78% of its employees due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lewisville 1st Graders Open Their Hearts, Send Books To Dallas School Damaged By TornadoesStudents at one North Texas school are opening up their hearts and putting in some hard work all in the name of giving.
No Fines, New Programs Mean More People Are Going To Libraries In Fort WorthFort Worth Library administrators say they’re seeing a significant spike in people using their services compared to earlier this year when they began making changes to attract more patrons.
Second Graders Use March Madness Bracket Approach To Reading BooksMarch Madness is alive inside Ms. Landrum’s 2nd grade classroom at Rowlett Elementary School.
Barnes & Noble Hangs Up 'For Sale' SignBarnes & Noble is hoping for a storybook ending. The ailing bookseller said Wednesday that it's exploring strategic alternatives, including a possible sale of the company.
Trump & Omarosa Spar Over Claim That He Used The N-WordPresident Trump and former aide Omarosa are faced off in a messy clash that involves an explosive tell-all book, secret recordings, an ethnic slur and plenty of insults.
Former Trump Aide Omarosa Has "Explosive" Book ComingPresident Trump's former aide and "Apprentice" contestant Omarosa has a memoir coming out in August that her publisher has called "explosive" and "jaw-dropping."
New High-Tech Library To Open In ArlingtonThe City Of Arlington is getting ready to open its newest library to the public, and it’s unlike any kind of library they’ve ever had before.
Dallas Central Library: Changing With The Times, Better For AllThe scorching Texas summer appears determined to make an early appearance: and many of those searching for a place to keep cool have few options. The public libraries have long been an ally.