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D Magazine Nov 16
Christmas is officially here. Don't doubt us. We have the list of events (101 of them!) to prove it.
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D Magazine Nov 15
Tonight, turns five and is bringing and to town to ring it in. Learn a bit about how the sprawling bar-restaurant-venue made a home in Uptown.
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D Magazine Nov 15
Replying to @KyleClauss
Dallas in the 80s, my guy. I dunno what else to say.
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D Magazine Nov 15
Replying to @fanofsport4u
Indeed!
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D Magazine Nov 15
Replying to @fanofsport4u
Not sure why Parkway Magazine chose to leave out Ms. Harrison when this photo was taken, in 1982. Here's a good interview with her, though:
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D Magazine Nov 15
Here is a photo of Dallas' old mayors.
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Forrest Wilder Nov 13
Replying to @DMagazine
"In Dallas, Amazon would have exaggerated the worst tendencies of re-urbanization to drive out locally nurtured, bottom-up drivers of urban culture and replace them with a monoculture," writes in this thoughtful post-mortem on HQ2
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D Magazine Nov 13
We now have the city of Dallas' incentive package that it offered Amazon for relocating HQ2. It added up to $600 million, and the state dangled another $500 million of its own.
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D Magazine Nov 13
Come for all the photos, but stay to find the ones with wrapped up in a pig-pink robe.
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D Magazine Nov 13
Some questions here: 1. What sort of car thief drinks Michelob Ultra? 2. Who leaves the keys in a parked $300,000 Ferrari? 3. Who leaves behind their Suburban after stealing said Ferrari? 4. Who waits days to report their Ferrari stolen?
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D Magazine Nov 13
So Dallas lost Amazon's HQ2. Take a trip to Seattle with us this morning to see how we dodged a bullet but gained a rare opportunity to evaluate the future development of our city—on our own terms.
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James M. Russell Nov 12
Now up: my profile of , subject of retrospective. She reflects on the changing role of gender in her work, her interest in trans rights, and how the two intersect. I had a blast profiling her.
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D Magazine Nov 7
"This is like what a fake team wears in a video game. I’d rather the Mavs play in Spurs jerseys than this." — , on the leaked city jerseys which ... leave a lot to be desired.
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My Possibilities Nov 7
If you donate today, you could help us win an extra $5,000! We are proud to join and for the 2018 program. Every dollar matters. Donate today:
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D Magazine Nov 7
Beto O’Rourke’s near miss might be grabbing the national headlines, but Dallas County’s Democratic Party is in high spirits on Wednesday. Here are reactions from both Democrats and Republicans to last night's results.
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D Magazine Nov 7
Take a trip back to the polls and meet some of Dallas County's voters who cast their ballot on Election Day.
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D Magazine Nov 6
Here is our running list of bars and restaurants hosting Election Day watch parties tonight. Do your civic duty, then these spots will be ready for you—some with big discounts, too!
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D Magazine Nov 6
Replying to @DMagazine
Really, make sure you vote. There was a time when not all could. Before—or after—you head to the polls, learn about the Dallas activists who fought for the right for all to cast their ballots equally.
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D Magazine Nov 6
Replying to @TexasObserver
The race for district attorney is another one to watch, between incumbent Faith Johnson and John Creuzot. Here’s ’s look at it, and one of the major issues at the center of the race—criminal justice reform.
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D Magazine Nov 6
Replying to @DMagazine
Democrats are eyeing the state Supreme Court, but they remain a long shot at knocking off the Republican incumbents.
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