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D Magazine April 2018

Cover Story

The 52 Things You Must Do In Dallas

Whether you’ve lived in Dallas your entire life or you just followed Toyota to town, there is plenty to explore here. We winnowed down the list to the absolute essentials.
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Features


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Food & Wine

American Butchers’ Desiree Wineland Has Got the Meats

Desiree Wineland once commanded an Apache helicopter unit. Then she became a butcher.
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Design

The Margaret McDermott Bridge Is Just the Latest Troubled Calatrava Project

Even before the latest round of bad press for the Dallas bridge, star architect Santiago Calatrava had left a string of plagued projects in his wake.
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Things to Do in Dallas

Dallas’ Little Art Fair That Could

A decade later, the Dallas Art Fair and its roster of galleries have rounded into form.
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Arts & Entertainment

What’s New and Noteworthy in the Dallas Arts

Revisiting the Dallas Opera’s ambitious bel canto parody on CD, plus two books of local note.
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Books

Is Dallas Really a Literary Town?

The Dallas Lit Hop aims to prove a point this month with a series of bookish events.
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Fashion

Sandra Saenz Wants To Be the First Hijabi Makeup Artist Signed to a U.S. Agency

“I’m Mexican and a Muslim. I just happen to be one of the most controversial kinds of people in America now.”
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Health & Fitness

The Instagrammable Handstands of The Movement Standard

Brian Johnson was once a pec-flexing pro bodybuilder before he went on a journey to find a more holistic lifestyle. Now he’s standing on his hands.
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Beauty

That Time My Hair Went to Therapy

My natural waves weren’t bad; they were just misunderstood. Kind of like Matt Damon in Good Will Hunting.
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Fashion

Why Matthew Trent Is One of Dallas’ Most Treasured Jewelers

Celebrating three decades with the Preston Hollow craftsman, who has created collections for everybody from Neiman Marcus to Stanley Korshak.
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Restaurant Review

Haywire’s Texas Homage Doesn’t Quite Measure Up

It has grand ambitions, but the Legacy West dining hall in Plano is a big miss.
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Restaurants

Dallas’ High-Flying Vegetarian Tasting Menus

FT33 and Flora Street Cafe now offer a three-ring circus of vegetable delights. Let’s take the taste test.
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Restaurants

Sichuan Folk Brings the Heat

The Plano restaurant captures the essence of its namesake region.
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Restaurants

A Taste of Eritrea at North Dallas’ MarRosso Cafe

This small, quiet cafe has an international flavor.
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Beer

White Rock Alehouse & Brewery Celebrates the Lake and Good Beer

If you like beer and White Rock Lake, you’ll be right at home at the new beer garden on the Santa Fe Trail.
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Education

The Single Biggest Problem in Dallas

A Harvard-educated former Air Force intelligence officer moved to town and was shocked by what he saw: a hole in the middle of Dallas ISD.
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Events

EarthX Turned Trammell S. Crow Into an Unlikely Environmentalist

How a conservative Republican became a leading light in the environmental movement.
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Humor

When Bad Things Happen to Good People

When a driver’s license falls into the murky blue water of a public port-a-potty at White Rock, one woman is faced with a choice. A very gross choice.
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