Posts Tagged ‘vegan’

Dallas Named One of Top Vegan Cities in America

Posted by Chloe Bennett

Everything’s bigger in Texas: the blue skies, our legendary state fair, and even our vegan presence.

Vegan news magazine, VegNews, has named Dallas as one of the top vegan-friendly cities in the U.S.. Measured by cities’ flavors, fashion, and …

Local Food Truck Begins Initiative to Feed Homeless Kids

Posted by Heather Noel

The numbers Cynthia Nevels read were staggering. Nearly 4,000 homeless students in Dallas ISD.

Nevels ran across the figure in a February Dallas Morning News column. In it, Dallas ISD’s Mark Pierce said the district homeless count was probably …

Top 5 Voices Columns of 2016 Struck a Chord with Readers

Posted by Jana J. Pruet

It’s been a great first year at Dallas Innovates, and as you know we invited guest writers, or Voices columnists, if you will, to share their views and visions for the Dallas-Fort Worth region. These columnists are experts, thought …

New DFW Eateries Take Vegan Dining to Next Level

Posted by Courtney Garza

veganvoice-iconAs the new year rolled in, I read that 2016 was the year of the vegan, and with more restaurants integrating vegan dishes to their menus, there’s no doubt that the plant-heavy lifestyle is becoming more mainstream. But what’s …

Why These ‘Buff’ Vegans Chose Dallas

Posted by Courtney Garza

veganvoice-iconWant to know how to make vegans roll their eyes? Just ask them where they get their protein.

One of the biggest misconceptions about a vegan or a vegetarian lifestyle is that we’re lacking in the protein department, and seen …

3 Things: World’s Most-Valuable Team? How ‘Bout Them Cowboys!

Posted by Amanda Hayes

The Dallas Cowboys have been ranked the most valuable team in the world, Perot Museum is expanding its program that takes learning on the road, and a new Dallas vegan food business provides guilt-free treats.

How ’bout them Cowboys! The …

Dallas Vegan Scene Serves Up Creativity

Posted by Courtney Garza


veganvoice-iconOfficially moving to Dallas last year after graduating from the University of North Texas in Denton was exciting, because I wanted to live in the city and explore the vegan scene. …

These (Vegan-Friendly) Boots Are Made for Walking

Posted by Tara Nieuwesteeg

Kat Mendenhall is a native Texan from a family of cattle ranchers, so it’s no surprise that she has a strong affinity for high-quality cowboy boots. She’s also a vegan, and when she realized her love for leather cowboy boots …