| 9 years ago We had the bright idea of not just chronicling these important moments, but getting the people who made the moments happen to write about them. This proved to be a Herculean task, but our efforts paid off. What other city magazine in America could get no fewer than seven billionaires to contribute to such an undertaking?
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| 9 years ago Why some Dallas dentists are now banking stem cells.
| 9 years ago Twelve iconic structures that have shaped our skyline in the past three decades.
| 9 years ago We've had inspired ideas, noble failures, and a few curious decisions. Just like the city we've monitored for 35 years.
| 9 years ago In fighting over what deserved inclusion in the 35 Biggest Moments in Modern Dallas History, we kept coming up with events that seemed noteworthy—if not necessarily important. So we endeavored to identify the 35 biggest pop culture moments, too. Because, after all, “Debbie Does Dallas” couldn’t be ignored.
| 9 years ago Melissa Miles and Lt. Christina Smith devise an ingenious new tactic to shutter Dallas brothels.
| 9 years ago While other high-end steakhouses are resorting to gimmicks, Bob’s sticks to the formula that has made it Dallas’ top steak spot since 1993—top-quality meat; sophisticated service; and a cozy, clubby atmosphere.
| 9 years ago This crispy chicken is worth braving the rusty drive-through. Just skip the sides.
| 9 years ago The all-American, unassuming Lawry's appeases every customer. Well, almost.
| 9 years ago Stephan Pyles, the returning conqueror, brings the flavors of the Middle East to downtown Dallas. (Hookahs optional.)
| 9 years ago The North Texas, family-run DeLos distillery turns out smooth vodka with a pleasant price tag.
| 9 years ago These one-of-a-kind pieces, available on Etsy.com, can help a lady get the upper hand.
| 9 years ago The Green Acres syndrome. Or why a woman would leave New York City for Waxahachie.
| 9 years ago The onetime Playmate reveals how she survived Hollywood to become the most famous perfumer in all of East Dallas.
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| 9 years ago When the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek needed an executive chef, it turned to Gert Kopera, the man with the little black books.
| 9 years ago To most, classical music in Dallas begins and ends with the DSO. But important notes are played outside the Meyerson.
| 9 years ago Doesn’t every curator at the Louvre want a job in Dallas and a McMansion in University Park? Apparently Olivier Meslay did.
| 9 years ago The D Magazine executive editor learns how to play ball at the downtown YMCA.
| 9 years ago The solution to save Fair Park is simple: lose the pigs and the fast-talking carnies.