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The City of Dallas is Coming for the Poker Rooms It Once Approved

The city initially approved legal card rooms. Then it reversed course. Why are we the most Puritanical place in Texas?
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Is it Time for Texas to Expand its Gambling Laws?

Casinos across the border are swelling with cash, while our state’s regulations choke out incremental progress.
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Silk Road Founder—and Proud UT-Dallas Alum—Ross Ulbricht Found Guilty

Ross Ulbricht was convicted on seven counts, ranging from narcotics and money laundering conspiracy charges to a “kingpin” charge. He's now facing a minimum of 30 years in jail, and a maximum of life behind bars.
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If You’re in Town For the College National Championship, Boy Does Dallas Have a Deal For You!

In January 2009, I lived in a two bedroom apartment right outside Washington DC. If you remember January 2009, and particularly Washington DC in January 2009, you will remember it as basically a modern-day gold rush. It was the first time—if memory serves—that Craigslist was used for anything other than "M4BBW; will bring wine coolers." It all went something like this:
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Competence

Nothing Says Merry Christmas Like Santa Claus With a Gun

Fort Worth Gun is open until 3 p.m. on Christmas Eve, but is closed on Christmas Day.
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Dallas Cowboy Joseph Randle Arrested For Stealing Cologne

Randle will make at least $555,000 this year.
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Hail and Farewell, Most of D Magazine’s Editorial Staff

A very D Magazine road trip.
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Last Night, Sir Richard Branson Joined The Love Field Debate, Drank Tequila, and Talked to Us

On Monday night, Sir Richard Branson dropped into town to address the latest front on the airline war, Virgin America vs. EveryoneElseThatWantsThoseGatesAtLoveField. The airline hosted a party at The Rustic in Uptown Three of us—me, Cristina Daglas, and Glenn Hunter—attended. Each of our individual thoughts follow. One common thread between all of our thoughts: tequila. There was a lot of tequila.
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