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D Magazine’s 50 Greatest Stories: How the Starck Club Fell

It's easy to find stories that wax nostalgic about the legendary Starck Club. It's more difficult to find a chronicling of its finale.
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D Magazine’s 50 Greatest Stories: The Murders That Changed Fort Worth

The tragedy of how Cullen and Priscilla Davis put Fort Worth on the map.
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At the Reborn Longhorn Ballroom, Bob Wills Is Still the King

For one night, at least. The venue that began with the king of Western swing's name on the marquee is welcoming back his Texas Playboys, for the first time in decades.
By Bill Sanderson
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How to Celebrate Black History Month in Dallas This February

From cook-offs and film screenings to exhibits and plays, here are more than 30 ways to commemorate Black History in North Texas.
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From the Archives: Finding the Wild Things of Deep Ellum

Punks once ruled Deep Ellum. We wanted to know what happened to the ones on our March 1987 cover.
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D Magazine’s 50 Greatest Stories: When Old East Dallas Was Home to Native Americans

"The Cement Prairie" focuses on when Bryan and Peak streets were "The Corner," an important place for Native Americans who had recently moved to Dallas in the 1970s.
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New Exhibits Place the History of Deep Ellum at the Center of Its 150th Anniversary Celebration

Historian Alan Govenar has overseen a series of new exhibits that recenter the history of Deep Ellum as one of the city's most important cultural and entrepreneurial hubs.
By James Russell
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Reporter Darwin Payne Opens Up His Old Notebooks to Tell a New Story About JFK’s Assassination

Payne, a Dallas Times Herald reporter, has published Behind the Scenes a book that is part-memoir, part reporter's stream of consciousness that puts new eyes on an incident 60 years ago that reshaped Dallas and the world.
By Bill Sanderson
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Downtown’s Cathedral Guadalupe, a Critical Piece of Little Mexico, Is Now a National Shrine 

Now known as the National Shrine Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the church has long been a pillar in Dallas’ Hispanic community.
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A Cache of Abandoned Photos Opens a Window to Texas History

An office renovation in Corsicana recently uncovered an unintended time capsule.
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