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D Magazine June 2011

Cover Story

The 10 Best Lakes to Call Home

The top spots to swim, fish, sail, ski, and relax.
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Features


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Nightlife

Dive Into the Lakewood Landing

In East Dallas, you can find your shine or bask in someone else’s.
By Moira Muldoon
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Urbanism

How to Liven Up the Dallas Arts District

A modest proposal for what to do with Dallas ISD’s 1,700 portable classrooms.
By Patrick Kennedy
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: BEE

This casual Oak Cliff enchiladeria might overwhelm you with delicious options.
By Sarah Reiss
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Lockhart Smokehouse

A new cathedral for carnivores in Bishop Arts District.
By Daniel Vaughan
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Mi Piaci

A revisit to the charming Dallas Italian dining room disappoints.
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: The Cedars Social

Ex-NFL linebacker Brian Williams, mixologist Michael Martensen, and chef John Tesar bring a retro cocktail den to the swinging Cedars.
By Nancy Nichols
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Fashion

Summer Swimwear 2011

Strike a poolside pose in this season’s most eye-catching options.
By D Magazine
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Shopping

Welcome to Legoland

Grapevine Mills Mall claims the country’s second temple of snappable bricks. Just be sure to bring a child.
By Pamela Gwyn Kripke
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How Dallas Got So Many Ethiopian Restaurants

We’ve got more of the East African cuisine than New York or Los Angeles. Here’s why.
By Sarah Reiss
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Profiles

How Michael Costa Keeps Screwing Restaurants

He’s a serial check-bouncer. Everyone in town knows it. Somehow, though, he’s still getting away with it.
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Health & Fitness

Why You’re Allergic to North Texas

Ragweed ran one dining critic out of town. Mold counts have soared in recent years. Here’s the reason our air is so irritating.
By Liz Johnstone

Also in This Issue

Other items of interest found in the June 2011 issue of D Magazine.
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