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D Magazine May 2017

Cover Story

‘A Place Where Something Evil Happened’

Ira Tobolowsky, a prominent lawyer, was burned alive in his North Dallas garage. A strong suspect quickly emerged. So why can’t the cops solve the case?
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Meet the Fastest Woman in the World on Two Wheels

Leslie Porterfield talks motorcycle racing, tattoos, and motherhood.
By Tim Rogers

These Are Dallas’ Best—And Worst—Reality Stars

In February, we asked you to vote for the Ultimate Dallas Reality Star, pitting 60 local celebs against one another. You voted. We listened.
Bishop Arts District

North Texas’ Coworking Spaces Have Made Work the Place to Be

Beer on tap, micro-roast coffee, rooftop gardens. There are perks to being a freelancer.
Arts & Entertainment

Shakespeare Dallas Will Perform Every Word The Bard Wrote

How a five-year project brought two organizations together.
By Peter Simek
Architecture & Design

Book Review: If You See Something, Say Something: A Writer Looks at Art

 Longtime SMU professor Willard Spiegelman offers art and architecture criticism from a distance in this collection.
By Peter Simek

Hats Off to This Oak Cliff Designer

Cassie MacGregor creates bold, bright, custom toppers. 
Design for Kids

3 New Boutiques For the Smallest Trendsetters

These Dallas shops can outfit any child, from sweet things to little rascals.

How Microblading Saved My Eyebrows

My dark past (Tweezers! Piercings!) turned my already flawed brows into a hopeless mess. Until I discovered a makeup alternative.
Online Shopping

Four Ways to Add Flair

Pins and patches are back.
By Caitlin Clark
Design District

Town Hearth Is A Decadent Dreamscape Of Meat

The chandeliered Design District restaurant is Nick Badovinus’ biggest, boldest move yet.
Deep Ellum

Zåtar Lebanese Tapas & Bar Offers a Mosaic of Flavors

The Deep Ellum restaurant is still working out kinks, but the sprawling menu is worth a visit.
East Dallas

This Policy Wonk Thinks He Can Take Down Pete Sessions

Who the heck is he, and why does this Dem think he can beat the longtime incumbent? Meet District 32’s Don Quixote.
By Eric Celeste
Arts & Entertainment

Is Fort Worth’s Classical Music Scene On The Mend?

Things looked ugly just a few months ago, and it’s not out of the woods yet.
By Peter Simek
Arts & Entertainment

Why a Father is Wrestling With His Son’s Twin Peaks Obsession

Craig Miller created a magazine dedicated to the pop culture phenomenon that outlived the show by a decade. Now, his fixation is in his dad’s hands.

5 Stories of Love Gone Sour, Told by Dallas’ Divorce Attorneys

We asked some of the finest family law attorneys to dish on their most memorable divorce cases.

Questions Rejected by Anything You Ever Wanted to Know’s Screeners

A partial list of queries that never achieved airtime on the KERA 90.1 call-in show.
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