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Books

Executive Book Club: What North Texas Business Leaders are Reading Right Now

Leaders from Cigna, Deep Vellum, Marcus and Millichap, and more share how they escape, learn, and grow.
By D CEO Staff
The McCloskey family
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The Marvelous McCloskeys

He’s a former CIA analyst turned novelist. She’s a political advisor who has worked on a billionaire’s presidential bid. Are they the most interesting couple in Lakewood? They aren’t at liberty to say.
Grilled Prawns
Lists

Our Favorite D Magazine Food and Drink Stories of 2021

Whether you read these tales on a screen or flipped through our print issues all year long, we hope you enjoyed them.
Horchata in a clay cantarito.
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Here’s a Look at the Most-Read Stories on SideDish of 2021

It's time to revisit some of our top posts of the year.
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Awesome Things

The Loudest, Most Badass, Full-Throttle Family Business in Dallas

Rick Fairless’ Strokers Dallas turns 25 this month. Here’s to keeping the rubber side down for another quarter century.

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Your 2021 Summer Reading List: Lover, Come Back

Author, tradesman, and artist Tim Coursey is here to bend your brain in our final piece of summer microfiction.
By Tim Coursey
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Your 2021 Summer Reading List: Digger’s Daughter

Author Maryam Obaidullah Baig writes about how a loved one can transform a familiar place into something completely different.
By Maryam Obaidullah Baig
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Your 2021 Summer Reading List: Winds of Vengeance

Author Blake Kimzey explores the things we do to remember who we’ve lost.
By Blake Kimzey
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Your 2021 Summer Reading List: Last Tango in Dallas

Author Harry Hunsicker has a barnburner of a mystery in his piece of summer microfiction.
By Harry Hunsicker
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Your 2021 Summer Reading List: Territorial Imperative

In this piece of microfiction, author Samantha Mabry pictures a short-term rental that has gone off the rails.
By Samantha Mabry