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D Magazine March 2018

Cover Story

Lost Dallas

Uncovering secrets from the city’s past buried by time, memory, and I-30.
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Features


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Housing

With Casita Triste, Dallas’ Affordable Housing Problem Hits Close to Home

Giovanni Valderas’ Sad Little Houses, those forlorn piñata sculptures popping up all over Oak Cliff, are colorful calls to action in the gentrifying neighborhood.
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Personalities

This History Podcast Gets More Listeners Than Oprah

Lindsay Graham, professional Dallas smooth talker, has a new podcast, ‘American History Tellers.’ It’s a certified hit.
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Local News

The Texas Rangers Bring Major League Baseball to West Dallas Youth

With the Texas Rangers MLB Youth Academy, young people in Dallas get their very own field of dreams.
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Health & Wellness

A Stable Influence in Preston Hollow

A Dallas life coach gives new purpose to a plot of land and to animals that might have otherwise been put out to pasture.
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Events

The Best SXSW Spillover Shows Coming to Dallas

March means SXSW, which means a packed local concert calendar as musicians make their way to and from Austin. Where to go? Dada has you covered.
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Hair

At Home With: Charlie Price

A visit with the celebrity stylist who makes beautiful locks look effortless.
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Fashion

6 Spring Trends That Flash Back to the ’80s and ’90s

From fuchsia to fluorescents, here are some throwback looks for this season.
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Style

Meet the Stylish Staffers of Headington Cos.

The clerks and servers at The Joule Hotel, Forty Five Ten, and Commissary bring their own distinctive sensibilities to the downtown properties.
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Restaurant Review

Bullion: the Best French Restaurant in Dallas

Chef Bruno Davaillon finally opened the modern brasserie of his dreams. It was worth the wait.
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Bar Review

The Crafty Irishman Makes You Feel Like a Local

The Irish pub has become a neighborhood staple for downtown dwellers, but it’s welcoming to all.