| 17 years ago Bringing you all 30 would require a book (which we published), but the best one, "Heartbreak Hotel," was written by the incomparable A.C. Greene, who departed this earth in 2002. We’re still trying to measure up. PLUS: highlights of the other 29.
| 17 years ago We’re proud to say we’ve made some good calls through the years, but, sadly, we’ve also made some blunders. Give us another 30 years, and we promise, we’ll try harder.
| 17 years ago If only we were celebrating 60 years—or 160—because there are so many people we love. The king of them all is cover boy T.D. Jakes, America’s best preacher, shrewd businessman, and now movie star.
| 17 years ago Judge a book by its cover? Never. Judge a magazine by its cover? Always. These are some of the best and worst we’ve done.
| 17 years ago We’ve come a long way from barbecue, chicken-fried, and flaming desserts. Our restaurants are now foodie destinations, and our chefs are celebrities. It all happened so fast. Or did it?
| 17 years ago Tracy Rowlett talks with soon-to-be-former Sheriff Jim Bowles.
| 17 years ago Add sparkle to your threads with a beautiful brooch. PLUS: Dallas women under 40 who are making a mark in the fashion world.
| 17 years ago Local boy Shane Carruth spent $7,000 and five weeks making a movie in his parents’ garage. This year, that little sci-fi film he produced on his computer won Sundance.
| 17 years ago With unpretentious Irish hospitality and five-star amenities, Adare Manor makes you want to dance a little jig.
| 17 years ago Wick Allison will say that he founded D Magazine. But if it weren’t for me, you wouldn’t be reading this.
| 17 years ago The city may have changed, but its culture has not. After 30 years, the same could be said of D.
| 17 years ago Jeff Sinelli perfects the art of sandwich-making, Cecilia Edwards is making Dallas better, Jay McGraw gets real, and more.
| 17 years ago The horse that almost couldn’t race, Pleasantly Perfect, is about to wine his second Breeders’ Cup Classic, making owner Gerald Ford an even richer man.
| 17 years ago Founding editor Jim Atkinson remembers how we blew the lid off this city—with restaurant reviews.