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D Magazine March 2017

Features


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Subscriber Spotlight

Subscriber Spotlight: Jessica Burnham

The executive director of the Deep Ellum Foundation shares what she loves most about the city.
By D Magazine
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Law

Faith Johnson Won’t Take Bribes

The seasoned attorney takes over a troubled DA’s office.
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Gifts

Give Your Loved One An Endless Memorial

For the next big life event you want to celebrate or family member you’d like to commemorate, consider a living memorial that everyone can use and appreciate. Here’s how.
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Arlington-Grand Prairie

Meet the Holiest Team in Town

Faith is central to Dallas Baptist University baseball games. So is winning.
By Dan Koller
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Addison

Hand Drawn Records Is Helping Dallas Find Its Groove, Again

The Addison company’s new vinyl-pressing facility is bringing the music back to town.
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Arts & Entertainment

How Dallas Theater Center Is Making The Arts Accessible

For its musical adaptation of The Tempest, the organization is creating a brave new world of amateur thespians.
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Shopping

Go Green This Spring

A few creative ways to wear the color of the year.
By D Magazine
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Fashion

Kristin Smith Is Moving Past Last Year’s Headlines

The stylist is trying to make real news with The Clad Life, her “all-inclusive brand for aesthetics.”
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Celebrities

Stylist Nini Nguyen Embraces Bold Looks

She believes in architectural cuts and unexpected pairings. So does her famous follower, Rihanna.
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Brunch

Raise a Glass to Sixty Vines

With its impressive wine list, can the restaurant turn Plano into Dallas’ Napa?
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Barbecue

Teppo is Still on Fire

The Lowest Greenville restaurant remains the standard-bearer for Japanese barbecue in Dallas.
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Dessert

Get Greek Treats At The Dallas Farmers Market

Greek Mama’s Bites offers a taste of Greece.
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Bar Review

How Lounge Here Is Livening Up East Dallas

The Garland Road bar has an aesthetic inspired by ’70s airport lounges.
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Crime

What We Can Learn From Lowest Greenville

Don’t blame the “restaurant bubble” for recent closures. Blame the neighbors.
By Eric Celeste
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Arts & Entertainment

Author Merritt Tierce’s Brief Stint as a Mailwoman

Snow, rain, and bloodthirsty mutts couldn’t stop her.
By Merritt Tierce
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Humor

Growing Up in the Rough Streets of Preston Hollow

A trenchant childhood remembrance.
By Barrett Brown
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Festivals

The Dallas Arboretum Is Tripping Tulips

Through April 9, experience the botanical garden’s ‘Peace, Love, and Flower Power.’
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Restaurant Review

For Dallas Vegans, V-Eats Is Worth The Wait

The Trinity Groves restaurant is an adventure for the vegan and meat-eating alike.