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D Magazine January 2019

Cover Story

How To Build a Better You in Dallas in 2019

Your guide to local clean beauty shops, athleisure boutiques, mindfullness, must-try workouts, and more in 2019.
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Features


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Personalities

Vernon Wells Is Juicing

When his baseball career came to an end, the three-time All-Star turned to winemaking.
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Local News

Dallas’ Latest Oddball Public Sculpture Is… Something

The Cedars’ new, upside-down umbrella doesn’t do much for us.
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Business

Charles Shreve Is Making Stamp Collecting Sexy

The Dallas-based philatelist has topped $1 billion in career sales.
By Elaine Raffel
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Business

Elizabeth Fischer Wants to Help You Achieve Your Goals

The ZerModus founder is a woman with a plan.
By Kelsey J. Vanderschoot
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Beauty

House of Preservation’s New Year Recovery Plan

Local Instagram stars and estheticians Brittany Ricketts and Rylie Bland share their tried-and-true beauty tips to help skin bounce back.
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Beauty

How Yangu Beauty Changed the Way I Look at Skincare

As a woman of color, I was ignoring the most important factor in my skin care: my color.
By Marrissa Robinson
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Eat This Now!

Try This Lush and Local Greek Yogurt from Milk & Patience

Stephanie and Brent Gilewicz finally put their creation on the market in June.
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Restaurant Review

Uptown’s Circo Isn’t the High-Flying Number It Wants to Be

The restaurant may be born into a famous lineage, but its Dallas location misses the mark.
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Restaurants

An Ambitious Global Theme Falls Short at Local Traveler

The East Dallas spot combines influences from all over the world.
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Restaurants

Vidorra Has Energy in Spades, but its Menu Doesn’t Quite Deliver

The new Deep Ellum spot features a vibrant cocktail menu and promises authenticity.
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Bar Review

It’s Always Beach Season at Margarita Hut

The Little Elm spot offers mix-and-match, frozen margs for here or to go.
By Tara Nieuwesteeg
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Asian

A North Texas Tea Shop Steeped in Culture

Kyle Stewart’s The Cultured Cup wants us to expand our horizons beyond sweet and unsweet.
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Urbanism

I Rode 1,617 Bike Miles in Dallas and It Wasn’t Even a New Year’s Resolution

More like a hungover one. One man’s super excellent (and near-death) adventure with cycling to work.