D Magazine June 2009
Will Woodall Rodgers Park become a place of urban tranquility? Sure, if you don’t mind all the cars.
By Willard Spiegelman
How Barrett Wissman went from running a lawn-care company to orchestrating a $100 million scheme that has him standing in the cross hairs of the SEC.
By Tim Rogers
D Magazine celebrates Sous Vide at the first SideDish Supper Club event in Dallas.
By D Magazine
Dallas tries to answer the question: once a mall goes south, can it be saved?
By Shawn Williams
The dean of SMU’s Lyle School of Engineering is teaching his students the art of “successful failure.”
By Pamela Gwyn Kripke
For the first time, a Willie Doherty exhibit unites his film and photographs that revisit memories of the Troubles.
By Joan Arbery
It’s going to take some time, but if all goes well, I should soon have 83,624 people following my every movement.
By Laura Kostelny
A Dallas jeweler gives an international cartel a run for its money.
By Thomas Korosec
A look inside the delightful chambers of a mysterious Park Cities store.
By Stephanie Quadri