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The Widow, the Bank, and the $8 Billion Verdict

After her husband died, Jo Hopper spent eight years fighting the bank administering the estate. She won a record-setting judgment. But will JPMorgan Chase ever pay up?
By Joseph Guinto
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Dallas-Fort Worth Entrepreneurs of the Year 2016

Growth—and flexibility—are hallmarks of the Southwest regional finalists in this year’s EY awards program.
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The Selling of Jordan Spieth

With a little help from his hometown friends, the PGA’s hottest player is also becoming the hottest business brand in golf.
By Art Stricklin
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When Henry Wade Executed an Innocent Man

The legendary DA ran a conviction machine that got results. In 1954, he persuaded a jury to send Tommy Lee Walker to the electric chair just three months after his arrest. But a new look at the case reveals one of the greatest injustices in Dallas history.
By Mary Mapes
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A Glossary of Dallas Terms

Key names and phrases to help you talk like a local.
By D Magazine

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Why Dallas Is Called Dallas

You'd have to ask the city's founder, John Neely Bryan. No one else knows for sure.
By Jason Heid
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From Big Hair to Big Tex

Essential truths about life in Dallas.
By D Magazine
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Where to Spot Dallas Celebrities

Look here to arrange a "meet cute" with a local notable.
By D Magazine
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Dallas’ Most Iconic Landmarks

When you see a picture of any one of these, you can't help but think of our city.
By D Magazine
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Dallas’ Ethnic Neighborhoods

Thanks to educational opportunities, tech-sector jobs, and Texas hospitality, we’re home to a number of tight-knit immigrant enclaves, mostly scattered among the northern suburbs. Here’s where to find them.
By D Magazine