D Magazine July 2009
Last summer, my body went to war with itself, contorting uncontrollably and for reasons that were a mystery. It was the best thing that ever happened to me.
By Rogers Hartman
How a minor car accident, a high-strung Ethiopian lawyer, a sick dog, an uncommonly attractive jury, and a 2-foot-high stack of legal papers took over my life.
By George Palmer
No matter what Rick Perry says, Texas won’t secede. What we can do is split the state five ways. It won’t change much politically, but it would keep North Texas’ money here.
By Nate Silver
21st Annual Mad Hatter’s Tea Party
By Sarah Eveans
By Eric Celeste
An author’s defense of the Cinderella central library as the city looks to trim $100 million from its budget.
By Willard Spiegelman
Co-founders Hil Davis and Veeral Rathod used their finance backgrounds to engineer the $79 custom button-up.
By Stephanie Quadri
The 29-year-old UT graduate explains why now is a good time to invest big bucks in A.H. Belo Corp.
By Joseph Guinto
Starting July 17, the Bath House Cultural Center stages its 11th annual theater festival. Local companies can take risks on stage, and patrons don’t have to pay a pretty penny for it.
By Joan Arbery