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D Magazine December 2016

Cover Story

Best New Restaurants 2016

Local chefs found new ways to surprise and delight us in a year marked by movement.
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Features


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Subscriber Spotlight

Subscriber Spotlight: Doug Klembara

The photographer and creative director talks about his favorite areas of our city.
By D Magazine
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Dallas History

My Top 5: Krys Boyd

The host of KERA 90.1’s Think weighs in on her all-time favorite Dallasites.
By D Magazine
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Dallas History

My Top 5: John Slate

The city archivist weighs in on his all-time favorite Dallasites.
By John Slate
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Arts District

My Top 5: Virginia McAlester

The preservationist and author weighs in on her all-time favorite Dallasites.
By Virginia McAlester
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Music

Poizon Ivy Is the DJ Behind Those Basketball Beats

Ivy Awino spins for both the Wings and the Mavericks.
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Nature & Environment

A Giant Pit Is Eating the Trinity Forest

How much will we sacrifice to build the new Byron Nelson golf course?
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Christmas

The Weird, Wonderful World of the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book

The retailer has shocked and delighted customers for 90 years.
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Crime

Reid Porter Is Reducing Crime in West Dallas

Now the attorney and housing activist is turning his sights south.
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Holidays

Strange Days

Survive made the disquieting soundtrack 2016 deserved.
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Holidays

Lights All Night Does New Year’s Right

Join a two-day dance party spectacular at Dallas Market Hall.
By Alaena Hostetter
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Fashion

Deck Yourself Out With These Stunning Sparklers

Diamonds and rose gold are a few of our favorite things.
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Holidays

Glittery Knits Make the Season Bright

Because you can’t wear an ugly holiday sweater to a Park Cities party.
By Stephanie Quadri
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Fashion

Clutch Player

Allison Mitchell’s winning handbags come in all shapes, sizes, and skins.
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Asian

Four Sweet Places to Find Asian Treats

Here’s where you’ll find the egg tarts and matcha cookies you’ve been looking for.
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Restaurant Review

Restaurant Review: The Hall Bar & Grill

Bob Sambol of Bob’s Steak and Chop House takes on Trinity Groves.
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Middle East

Restaurant Review: Baboush

Transform your hectic day into a tranquil Marrakesh night.
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Holidays

The Fire Marshal Wants to Shut Down Our Party

The arts community is feeling the heat as the city cracks down on illicit gatherings.
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DISD Administration

Everything You Thought You Knew About DISD Is Wrong

It is actually a model of reform. But that may soon change.
By Eric Celeste
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Architecture & Design

There Is Something Worth Saving at Valley View Mall

Brenda Stubel wants to preserve a thousand tiny pieces of the Sanger-Harris mosaic.
By Michael Friebele
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Dallas History

Greatest Dallasites: Tom Landry (No. 1)

The legendary Dallas Cowboys coach made America’s Team America’s Team.
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Arts & Entertainment

Greatest Dallasites: Stevie Ray Vaughan (No. 7)

The Oak Cliff native made an outsized mark on music.
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Business

Greatest Dallasites: Stanley Marcus (No. 20)

He made Neiman Marcus a national player in luxury retail and made our city a more stylish place in the process.
By Jan Strimple, model, fashion event producer
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Business

Greatest Dallasites: Trammell Crow (No. 36)

This tireless builder helped shape our city.
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Business

Greatest Dallasites: H.L. Hunt (No. 37)

The oddball oilman was a source of generational wealth.
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Dallas History

Greatest Dallasites: Annette Strauss (No. 58)

How the first woman elected mayor of Dallas helped shape the future of the city.
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Dallas History

Greatest Dallasites: Blackie Sherrod (No. 62)

The best sportswriter the city ever knew.
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Dallas History

Greatest Dallasites: Adelaida “Mama” Cuellar (No. 78)

The woman behind El Chico.
By Mico Rodriguez, Co-founder of Mi Cocina and founder of Mesero
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Education

Greatest Dallasites: Juanita Craft (No. 97)

The woman who integrated DISD.
By Peter Johnson, Civil rights activist
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Dallas History

The Conspiracy Behind the Dallas 100

John Neely Bryan says the vote was rigged.
By John Neely Bryan, founder of Dallas