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Gavin Delahunty

How the Dallas Art World Tried to Bury Its #MeToo Moment

Gavin Delahunty was a brash curator on the rise when the Dallas Museum of Art hired him. Three years later, he left his high-profile job amid allegations of inappropriate behavior with employees and wives of board members. So why do some of the city’s most powerful art patrons still want to work with him?
By Lauren Smart
Best Lists

The Best of Big D 2022

It’s time to celebrate the people, pickleball courts, pastries, pet boarders, paletas, cheesemongers, kids bookstores, barbershops, and plenty more that do Dallas proud.
By D Magazine Staff
Cris worley
Arts & Entertainment

What to Do: Cris Worley’s Guide to Dallas in August

Cris Worley, founder and curator of Cris Worley Fine Arts in the Design District, shares her top picks for August and beyond.
Mo sanders
Arts & Entertainment

Famous Rollerskater Mo Sanders Wants You on All Fours

The former X Games participant now has his own shop in North Oak Cliff.
By Andrea Luttrell
Jorge Baldor
Arts & Entertainment

What to Do: Jorge Baldor’s Guide to Dallas In July

Jorge Baldor, founder of the Latino Center for Leadership Development, shares his top picks for July and beyond.


Daisha Board
Arts & Entertainment

What to Do: Daisha Board’s Guide to Dallas

The founder and curator of Daisha Board Gallery in West Dallas shares her top picks for June and beyond.
Jazmine robinson
Arts & Entertainment

Jazmine Robinson’s Mission is to Teach You to Fish

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Ambassador has a guide to everything you need to know to fish in Dallas and around North Texas.
Climax at Ruins
Arts & Entertainment

How the Ballroom Scene Came to Dallas

Climax takes over Ruins on Friday nights, bringing ballroom culture to the South.
Arts & Entertainment

6 Ways To Celebrate Memorial Day in Dallas

From outdoor celebrations with the family to 21+ brunches, Dallas has so much to offer for Memorial Day weekend.
By How the Dallas Art World Tried to Bury Its #MeToo Moment Christine Odwesso
Sponsored Content

Girls Inc. Event Inspires Bold Dreams for Underserved Dallas Girls

The event featured keynote, Laura Harris, from NBC 5 Today Show, and celebrated Sofi Rodney-Hernandez, the first recipient of the Girls Inc. Bold Dreams $15,000 scholarship.
By Girls Inc.