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D Magazine April 2011

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Home & Garden

How to Save Victory Park

The big, flashy development has failed. It’s time to think small.
By Patrick Kennedy

Who Says Newspapers Are Dead?

Not Joey Dauben. He just turned 30, and he owns 30 small-town ‘print products.’
By Mike Orren
Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Oddfellows

Along with the best coffee in town, this Oak Cliff eatery serves a comfy mix of staples.
By Todd Johnson
Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Peggy Sue BBQ

The brisket isn’t their strong suit, but there’s enough else on the menu to have barbecue fans drooling.
By Daniel Vaughn
Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Ruggeri’s

This red-sauce based menu better find a way to appeal to those beyond its loyal, aging customer base.
By Nancy Nichols
Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Whiskey Cake

This farm-to-fork concept in Plano feels like a franchise in waiting.
By Sarah Reiss

The Ginger Man Turns 20

After two decades, the Uptown bar remains ideal for long, lazy nights among friends.
By Moira Muldoon

Why a Former NHL Star is Training the Next Generation of Pro Goalies—From Dallas

An injury forced Dan Blackburn to retire from hockey. Now he’s getting on with the rest of his life.
By Mike Darling

The Welfare Queens of Texas

Homeowners pay high taxes while some favored businesses pay none at all.

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