D Magazine November 2018
Better yet, let them have your house, and you take the cool digs.
The urban farm caters to the movement toward locally sourced food this holiday season.
Devin Harris returns to the Mavs for his third tour. But the veteran point guard never left Dallas.
By Zac Crain
The Highland Park Village addition puts a local spin on the private social club.
From gassing up your pickup to renting one on short notice, these six apps have you covered.
This Dallas woman is on a mission to make sure rape survivors get support—and the perpetrators get caught.
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
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