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D Magazine July 2013

Cover Story

The Hottest Dallas Housing Market Ever

After a period of stagnation, prices have sprung back up. It’s enough to make us utter a four-letter word.
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Features


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Nightlife

Outpost American Tavern

How many cool bars can Oak Cliff handle? Let’s hope one more.
By Tara Nieuwesteeg
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Politics

Angela Hunt: All-Time Loser

She was on the wrong side of every big-ticket Dallas plan—which is what made her great.
By Eric Celeste
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Publications

Can the Dallas Condo Market Stay Hot?

Demand is high, and so are prices.
By Joseph Guinto
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Publications

In Deep Ellum, Dallas’ Hottest Art Scene

How a developer embraced the avant-garde as part of a real-estate play.
By Peter Simek
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Publications

5 Hidden Dallas Neighborhoods

Homebuyers occasionally get tunnel vision, fixating on one particular area at the expense of all else. But there are other places that offer everything they’re looking for: good deals, good neighbors, and good times.
By Dawn McMullan
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Business

Growing Up Perot

In their first interview together, Ross Sr. and Jr. talk about outrunning the Russians in a nuclear submarine.
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Publications

How Charrería is More Than a Rodeo

There is no eight-second rule. The men ride until the bull stops bucking, and they do it with style.
By Liz Johnstone
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Publications

Jeff Whittington: Public Radio Producer, Rock Star

The longtime KERA 90.1 host reveals his alter ego.
By Tim Rogers
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Dating Guide

‘Not Your Typical Dallas Girl’

What online dating sites tell us about the women of this city.
By Sarah Hepola
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Belly & Trumpet

Finally in his own kitchen, the inventive Brian Zenner is making magic.
By Nancy Nichols
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Chicken Scratch

The menu’s changed a little, but kids and hipsters alike still find plenty to enjoy.
By Todd Johnson
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Lazaranda Modern Kitchen and Tequila

Try the Ultimate Ceviche and a Sol-a-rita on a warm summer night.
By Nancy Nichols
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: The Slow Bone

The team behind Maple & Motor enter the barbecue business.
By Nancy Nichols
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Publications

Strings Attached

Before Rozanne DeLoach’s father died, he gave her a career in music.
By David Hopkins
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Publications

The Book Club That Never Reads the Book

Seventy-five years ago, a Turkish immigrant started a trend in Dallas. It’s not dead yet.
By Krista Nightengale
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Publications

The Secret to Secret Home Listings

Four things you should know about how some houses are sold before they even go on the market.
By Joseph Guinto
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Publications

The In-Betweeners

What do you do when your house sells and you don’t have another one lined up yet?
By Adam McGill