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D Magazine July 2017

Features


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Arts & Entertainment

See Artist Ricardo Paniagua’s Crosswalk Art in Uptown

The work is at the intersection of Lemmon and McKinney avenues.
By Krista Nightengale
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Interviews

Dwaine Caraway Is Back

The always interesting councilman returns for what should be an interesting sequel on the Dallas City Council.
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Health & Fitness

A Green Approach to Pest Control

It’s still about eliminating the enemy but with a focused assault.
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Estate Sales

The Good, the Bad, and the Strange of Dallas Estate Sales

Take a look at the possessions of the city’s elite, from teeth to ashtrays.
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Music

Everyone Is Invited to Don Henley’s Birthday Party

The Eagles leader celebrates in his adopted hometown.
By Annie Wiles
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Beauty

Detox With These Activated Charcoal-Infused Products

Whiten, brighten, and recuperate with this captivating health and beauty trend.
By Emily Esleck
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Deep Ellum

Blank Canvas Brings Euro Cool to Main Street

High fashion hits Deep Ellum with the boutique’s arrival.
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Beauty

Aēsop Comes to Dallas

The Australian skin and hair care brand brings three stores to the city.
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Bits & Bites

Some Like It Tot

Dallas restaurants offer a revamped take on classic tater tots.
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International Food

Revolver Taco Lounge Changes the Status Quo

You’ll see why through their hand-pressed tortillas and an ambitious tasting menu.
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International Food

Taquero Is a Truly Special Taco Place

Fino Rodriguez has created a tiny gem that will draw even more people to West Dallas.
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Asian

Nobu Still Feels Fresh

The Dallas outpost of the Peruvian-Japanese kingdom still surprises and satisfies 10 years later.
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Bar Review

Wheelhouse Gives the Design District a Modern Gastropub

You’ll find a curious piece of public art, too.
By Tara Nieuwesteeg
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Government

Anna Casey Dominates Another Dallas Election

Meet the shadowy woman who got half the city council elected from her humble house in the country.
By Eric Celeste
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Dallas History

This Brilliant Dallas Artist Is All But Forgotten

Forrest Kirkland made some of the most important paintings in Texas’ history, rescuing centuries of rock art from oblivion.
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Fitness

Making Peace With Dallas Over 1,000 Miles

After her move to the city, this woman’s worst nightmare came true. Rather than leave, she started running.
By Abi Grise
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Humor

The Prayer Circle at Toys “R” Us

I wanted water balloons. She wanted to save my soul.
By Alice Laussade
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Personalities

Subscriber Spotlight: Elizabeth Goldreich

The West Plano resident shares what she loves most about Dallas.
By D Magazine