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D Magazine Jul 19
We're publishing the rest next week, and will then publish them all on one page. Until then, read all of our summer microfiction from the July issue right here:
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D Magazine Jul 19
What if gentrification wasn't the boogeyman that it's often depicted as? That's what one new study argues. It also argues that less than 6 percent of Dallas is gentrifying.
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D Magazine Jul 18
If the North Texas region wants to realize long-term success, then the region should support the success of a vibrant and viable urban core in Dallas. The stakes have not been higher.
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D Magazine Jul 18
29Roooms 's newest installment, is touring through five cities this summer and making a stop at Gilley’s Dallas from August 9-18.
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D Magazine Jul 18
Some numbers on shootings in Dallas since 2014. —There have been at least 2,285 shooting-related injuries in that time, an average of one per day. —Dallas' population is 24 percent black, yet it suffers 64 percent of the city's gun violence. More here:
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D Magazine Jul 17
Replying to @randylsu @GilleaA
Thanks, Randy! Much love to you and the fam.
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D Magazine Jul 17
There are some changes coming to D Magazine that we'd like to share with you.
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SideDish Jul 16
If you and your pup are looking for something fun to do
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D Magazine Jul 16
Former Councilwoman Carolyn Davis was killed last night by a suspected drunken driver in Oak Cliff, police say. Today, Dallas council members are remembering her.
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D Magazine Jul 16
After a nearly yearlong hiatus following closing FT33, lauded Chef Matt McCallister returns with Homewood. Our food critic Eve Hill-Agnus finds a restaurant dedicated to the seasons, where the pantry is always in flux. Nearly every dish impressed her.
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D Magazine Jul 15
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Alex Temblador Jul 15
Love lifting art when I can, so I'm so happy to share my newest article in which highlights ! If you love art and happen to be in the area, stop by Latino Arts Project to see their amazing exhibit! <3
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D Magazine Jul 12
White Rock Lake, why can't we just dredge you already?
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D Magazine Jul 12
We finally know which City Council members accepted invites from VisitDallas to join them in their suite at the American Airlines Center.
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D Magazine Jul 11
And we see you. Go get your free Slurpees at , folks!
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D Magazine Jul 11
This is Dr. Debbie Rhea, an associate dean and researcher at . She believes there is a simple path to improving childhood behavior and test scores. It's more recess. But are the districts ready for such a thing?
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D Magazine Jul 11
Have you tried an Impossible Burger yet? The plant-based meat alternative is popping up at traditional burger spots all around town. So we rounded up the best in Dallas.
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R Andrade Franco Jul 10
For , I wrote about playing one of the darkest and cruelest games there is: Bingo.
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D Magazine Jul 9
Tonight: Come to on Oak Lawn to hear local authors read the microfiction we published in the July issue. 7 p.m.
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Tim Rogers Jul 9
A man who lived an amazing, inspiring life:
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