D Magazine October 2018
Dr. Timothy Crombleholme has dedicated his career to operating on the smallest, most vulnerable patients.
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Christopher Daniels’ political beliefs got him in trouble. Though the FBI won’t comment, he is likely the first person ever imprisoned for being a “black identity extremist.”
By Peter Simek
At ShangriLlama, in Royse City, Sharon Brucato treats her woolly pack like members of her extended family. For a few bucks, you can take them to the park.
By James Hartley
The immersive exhibit rings in a new era at the renovated museum.
Dallas is finally honoring one of its most famous sons.
By Jason Heid
Robert Mundinger believes data can save us. So he’s putting it in our hands.
By Matt Goodman
Plus, reviews of Kurt Eichenwald’s memoir and longtime NFL beat reporter Gary Myers’ take on the history of the Cowboys.
Dear Giana has caught the eyes at Vogue and has a deal with Nike. No biggie.
The top physicians in their field, as chosen by their peers.
By D Magazine
After the Rangers’ dismal 2018, a peak at what the future holds drinking establishment-wise.
By Tim Rogers