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D Magazine April 2017

Cover Story

Take a Tour of Dallas’ Best Neighborhood Restaurants

From North Oak Cliff to Plano, we’ve uncovered the city’s best joints. Come on in. Grab a chair. Make a friend.
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Oak Cliff

Subscriber Spotlight: Jef Tingley

The public relations professional on Dallas’ best qualities.
By D Magazine
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Animals

Think Before You (S)Hop

Bunny Burrow Rabbit Rescue wants you to do your rabbit research before bringing bunny home.
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Books

Anna LeBaron Is The Polygamist’s Daughter

She grew up in an abusive cult, raised by murderers, and survived to tell about it in a new memoir.
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Deep Ellum

Blow Off Some Steam at the Anger Room

If you’re feeling overcome by rage, this Deep Ellum business is there for you. With a baseball bat.
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Coffee

Try Out These Dallas-Based Toys

These trinkets engage everyone from little builders to grown-up coffee lovers.
By D Magazine
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Arts & Entertainment

Dallas Arts Month’s Top 4 Events

Here’s where to take advantage of April’s packed cultural calendar.
By Peter Simek
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Arts & Entertainment

Ricardo Paniagua Is the Lindsay Lohan of the Dallas Art Scene

Meet the artist behind West Village’s bright, geometric mural.
By Alaena Hostetter
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Beauty

How Regina Merson Is Redefining Makeup

Her cosmetics line, Reina Rebelde, celebrates the different sides of every woman.
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Fashion

Sabah House Brings Turkish Shoes to Dallas

Mickey Ashmore’s Uptown shop offers old-world craftsmanship in a variety of colors.
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Fashion

5 Stores For the Modern Dallas Man

The city’s retail landscape has recently welcomed an array of stores stocked with bro-approved brands.
By Caitlin Clark
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Arts District

This Lotus Shop Trunk Show Is For Treasure Hunters

These Indian fabrics are organic, handmade, and spun with pure gold—and you can get one for a steal.
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Downtown

Mirador’s Tuna Crudo Is Elegant And Flavorful

Indulge in this dish while perched atop chic downtown boutique Forty Five Ten.
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Food & Drink

Water Grill Brings West Coast Flavor to Dallas

The McKinney Avenue restaurant delivers the mystique of seafood to the heart of steak country.
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Chefs

The Mansion Takes a New Direction

Under new executive chef Tom Parlo, the beloved restaurant is adjusting delightfully to new leadership in the kitchen.
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Barbecue

Smoky Rose Gives East Dallas Barbecue Bragging Rights

While some standards fell flat, chef-driven plates show skill.
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Bar Review

Keeping Tabs: ILL Minster Pub

Finding this pub isn’t easy. Its growing crowd of Uptown regulars likes it that way.
By Tara Nieuwesteeg
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Local Government

How Dallas Democrats Are Destroying Themselves

The old guard is holding back young leaders.
By Eric Celeste
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Arts & Entertainment

Meet the Man Behind Earth Day Texas’ New Film Festival

Michael Cain believes film can change the world. And he’s getting a chance to prove it with EARTHxFilm.
By Peter Simek
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Africa

Barrett Brown’s Descent Into the Wild

From the halls of ESD to roaming the chaotic streets of Tanzania with members of the Dallas Safari Club, a Desert Storm sniper, and his dynamite-throwing dad.
By Barrett Brown
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Media

KERA’s Krys Boyd Politely Dominates Texas Public Radio

With Think now airing statewide, she is forced to open up a little about her private life. Just wait until you hear about the shocking crime she committed at TCU.
By Tim Rogers
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Crime

Ardor in the Court

The trial judge was sneaking around on his wife, skiing with one of the lawyers—platonically, he claims. Then he fell in love, left his wife, and everything got complicated.
By Jamie Thompson
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Humor

Great Cart (Mostly)!

An editor gives the Bag Boy Quad XL four stars. It could handle crashes better.
By Tim Rogers
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Arts & Entertainment

Book Review: The Devil’s Country

Harry Hunsicker’s seventh novel offers broad strokes of plot and fine details.
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Health & Medicine

How Rana-Gee Lum Earned Her Scars

She crashed her car into a tree and wasn’t supposed to live. But Lum woke up with burns on nearly half of her body. Then she got to work.