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D Magazine June 2012

Cover Story

J.R. Ewing Takes Another Shot

As Dallas returns to TV, a look at how the iconic character came to define our city and the way people think of us the world over.
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Features


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Publications

Coming Soon: The Oak Cliff Film Festival

The Texas Theatre has the audacity to launch its own salute to cinema.
By Peter Simek
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Publications

How the State Fair of Texas Kills

The two most violent neighborhoods in Dallas sit just south of Fair Park. Small wonder.
By Patrick Kennedy
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Campo Modern Country Bistro

This North Oak Cliff eatery has suffered from a lack of stability. But how’s the food?
By Todd Johnson
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Oak

Jason Maddy takes center stage in the Design District, and a star is born.
By Nancy Nichols
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: The Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

Chef Bruno Davaillon continues to produce brilliance and elegance in the kitchen.
By Nancy Nichols
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Food and Drink

Review: The Landmark Restaurant

Can this once-important gathering spot for power players regain its prestige?
By Nancy Nichols
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Nightlife

The Foundry: The Hippest Patio in Dallas

While you sip suds, let your kids play hopscotch.
By Moira Muldoon
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Publications

The Best Little Former Whorehouse in Texas

The Shamrock Hotel and its merry band of artists stand tall in the face of gentrification.
By Brendan McNally
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Publications

The University Park Pool: A Coming-of-Age Story

It was where I grew up—and wrestled with the body that betrayed me.
By Sarah Hepola
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Profiles

Why 30,000 Chinese People Call Plano Home

What is it about the Collin County suburb that keeps them coming?
By Pamela Gwyn Kripke
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Also in This Issue

Other articles of interest in our June 2012 edition.
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