D Magazine July 2018
Winspear and Amani are celebrating five years of companionship at the Dallas Zoo this month. It’s as cute as it sounds.
With Doodle Farms, Margot Masinter is ready to give North Texas something homegrown to graze on. First stop: Legacy Hall.
By Stacy Girard
Don’t expect to see driverless cars zipping by you on the tollway anytime soon. But maybe expect them to take you to lunch. Slowly.
By Matt Goodman
A 16-year-old decided to launch a Dallas branch of ACEing Autism two years ago. Now it’s the largest program in the country.
By Megan Ziots
These beauty products will make you absolutely radiant.
In his Design District studio, Benton gets women ready for the runway.
In the Cedars, Monica Greene’s take on modern Mexican cuisine continues to evolve.
The next best thing to a pilgrimage to the hills of Galicia in Spain is a meal at this new Trinity Groves restaurant.
The menu at Petra and the Beast changes with the seasons and the availability of ingredients, but this board is a mainstay and a must-try.
I expected the cholesterol spikes. I didn’t expect the condescension.
Add this homegrown microfiction by North Texas writers to your summer reading list.
By D Magazine
By Barrett Brown