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D Magazine November 2018

Cover Story

Reopening the Blue Mound Massacre

In a dusty corner of a storage room, a curious lawman found a 40-year-old file with the one clue that could finally solve who executed a family and their neighbor.
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Features


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Thanksgiving

Bonton Farms Will Let You ‘Harvest’ Your Own Turkey for Thanksgiving

The urban farm caters to the movement toward locally sourced food this holiday season.
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Personalities

The Dallas Mavericks Are Back, and So Is Devin Harris

Devin Harris returns to the Mavs for his third tour. But the veteran point guard never left Dallas.
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Park Cities

Park House Isn’t Just a Dallas Version of Soho House

The Highland Park Village addition puts a local spin on the private social club.
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Technology

These Smartphone Apps Will Help You Live Your Best Dallas Life

From gassing up your pickup to renting one on short notice, these six apps have you covered.
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Local News

How Courtney Underwood Created Resources For North Texas Rape Survivors

This Dallas woman is on a mission to make sure rape survivors get support—and the perpetrators get caught.
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Holidays

How to Survive the Holidays in Dallas

All the locally-sourced tools needed to keep you from unraveling like an ugly Christmas sweater.
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Beauty

Your Guide to CBD Oil in Dallas

In the beauty and wellness world, hemp-derived CBD oil is growing like … you know.
By Elaine Raffel
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Shopping

Mizzen+Main’s First Brick and Mortar Is Good News for the Men of Dallas

With a flagship store in West Village, CEO Kevin Lavelle hopes to help more locals look sharp and avoid sweat stains.
By Kelsey J. Vanderschoot
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Asian

The Statler’s Fine China Is a Wok in Progress

It’s a showcase for rising-star chef Angela Hernandez and her ambitious American Chinese take on fine dining. Is she ready for her close-up?
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Asian

Kent Rathbun Returns with Imoto

But don’t call it a comeback. The restaurant’s Pan-Asian flavors aren’t quite there yet.
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International Food

Mi Lindo Oaxaca

This former cash-only hole-in-the-wall is now a bigger but still unpretentious restaurant.
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Bar Review

A Retreat From the Rain at Deep Ellum Distillery

The kin to Deep Ellum Brewing Co. is not really a bar. But after a couple of vodkas, who really cares?
By Tara Nieuwesteeg
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Restaurants

Head to Billy Can Can for the Fried Quail

The old yard bird is paired with a “ranchovy” dressing.
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Recipes

The Champion Chili Chef at Dallas Fire Station 50

Milton Williams has been saving lives and feeding firefighters for three decades. The recent national attention is just the cilantro on top.
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Politics

Matt Rinaldi’s Reelection Battle Could Signal How Democrats Will Fare

There’s a different anger in the suburbs. The HD 115 race between incumbent State Rep. Rinaldi and Democrat Julie Johnson will show if it has political consequences.
By Christopher Hooks
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Business

The Man Who Tried to Save Dallas’ Cotton Industry

Dennis Gordon King was a British war hero before he came to town. How he got here is a tale fit for the big screen.
By Connell R. Miller