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Bob Chilton, R.I.P.

The 88-year-old croquet hall of famer and DMA benefactor died in a car crash.
By Tim Rogers
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Betty Sitton, R.I.P.

My high school chemistry teacher died last week.
By Tim Rogers
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Dotty Griffith, R.I.P.

The former Dallas Morning News dining critic died Monday at age 71.
By Spencer Michlin
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Ole Anthony, R.I.P.

We lost a great, weird man. Crooked televangelists will rejoice.
By John Bloom
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How Herb Kelleher Changed My Life

Now that he has left us, I regret not having ever thanked him.
By Joseph Guinto

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D Magazine Wins National Award for Web and Print Integration

FOLIO Magazine gave us quite the shoutout for our feature on Japanese food.
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Ruth Sharp Altshuler, R.I.P.

One of the most consequential, community-minded figures in Dallas history learned the importance of serving others when she was in her mid-20s.
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Chris Shull, R.I.P

The longtime Dallas music man has left us.
By Tim Rogers
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Terry Murphy Wrote His Own Obituary. Of Course.

The former publisher of D Magazine died July 31.
By Tim Rogers
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Terry Murphy, R.I.P.

The former publisher of D Magazine and founder of Hoop-It-Up was bigger than life.
By Tim Rogers