D Magazine December 2009
Sad stories of cutbacks and closings have filled the last 12 months. The silver lining? Chefs reconnecting with local farmers, menus full of regional dishes, and great food everywhere. We celebrate those restaurants that have opened in the worst time to do so since the Depression.
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Do you have difficult people to buy for? Follow the D Home executive editor on a gift hunt through North Texas’ finest museums.
By Laura Kostelny
An oral history of the big German who rescued professional basketball in Dallas.
Woodall Rodgers Park will upend our idea of downtown. One man’s fight 40 years ago laid the groundwork.
By Wick Allison
What happens to Dallas’ art deco gem during the 11 months when the State Fair isn’t in town?
By Willard Spiegelman
The wheelchair race director of the White Rock Marathon has some advice for you: stay out of his way.
By Krista Nightengale
Despite the season’s obstacles, the local theater gears up for the holidays and its 26th year.
By Joan Arbery
Truth be told, our puffing scofflaw wasn’t actually smoking. He was just test driving an e-cigarette from Southlake-based SS Choice.