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D Magazine July 2019

Maclura Pomifera by Joe Milazzao
Good Reads

Your Summer Reading List: Maclura Pomifera

In our first installment of D Magazine‘s 2019 summer microfiction series, you’re chasing cars and memories to avoid going nowhere.
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Beatrice by Harry Hunsicker
Good Reads

Your Summer Reading List: Beatrice

In today’s installment of D Magazine‘s 2019 summer microfiction series, you’re armed with a revolver and a candy tin of bullets.
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Munger by Will Clarke
Good Reads

Your Summer Reading List: Munger

In this installment of D Magazine‘s 2019 summer microfiction series, you’re sorting through life at an estate sale.
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The Drip Drip Drip by Brooks Egerton
Good Reads

Your Summer Reading List: The Drip Drip Drip

It’s the fourth installment of D Magazine‘s 2019 summer microfiction series. Is that blood?
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A Common Thing by Latoya Watkins
Good Reads

Your Summer Reading List: A Common Thing

In this installment of D Magazine‘s 2019 summer microfiction, you’re dodging shopping carts and microaggressions.
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Into a Blue-White Sky by Blake Kimzey
Good Reads

Your Summer Reading List: Into a Blue-White Sky

It’s the next installment of D Magazine’s 2019 Summer Microfiction. Granny’s out front with a cigarette and the weedeater.
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The Watch by Julia Heaberlin
Good Reads

Your Summer Reading List: The Watch

In this installment of D Magazine‘s 2019 Summer Microfiction, you’re wondering why she wears a man’s watch.
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Shorty by Joaquin Zihuatanejo
Good Reads

Your Summer Reading List: Shorty

In this installment of D Magazine‘s 2019 Summer Microfiction, there are casualties of war everywhere.
Violated by Sanderia Faye
Good Reads

Your Summer Reading List: Violated

It’s the next installment of D Magazine‘s 2019 Summer Microfiction. You are at the jail, again.
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The Time My Grandfather Met Bob Hope by Samantha Mabry
Good Reads

Your Summer Reading List: The Time My Grandfather Met Bob Hope

In this installment of D Magazine‘s 2019 Summer Microfiction, you are outside the old Hilton Inn.
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Microfiction from local authors
Good Reads

Another Summer With More Microfiction From Dallas Authors

Short stories from 10 local authors explore the dark shadows cast by the July sun.
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Latino Arts Project in Design District Dallas
Visual Arts

Don’t Call the Latino Arts Project a Museum

That might give you the wrong idea.
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Matt Barr from CBS series Blood & Treasure
Personalities

Catching Up With Matt Barr, DFW Native and Star of a New CBS Series

Before he became Danny McNamara on Blood & Treasure, Barr was just your average Thai food-serving Allen High teen.
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Republic Tower in Dallas, Texas
Architecture & Design

The Movement to Chronicle Modern Texas Architecture

modTEXAS wants to make Dallas’ relationship with preservation Instagram official.
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Dallas Gun Violence Statistics
Local News

Since 2014, Dallas Averages One Shooting Per Day

We analyzed data on every shooting in the city over the last five years. The toll of gun violence in Dallas is staggering, particularly among the black community.
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Interabang Books co-owner Lori Feathers
Books

Five Dallas Book Clubs We Wish We Could Join

We wouldn’t want to be a member of any club that would have us. These won’t.
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Matthew Miller stylish illustrator
Fashion

Meet the Sunflowerman, an Influencer With an Old Soul

Stylish illustrator Matthew Miller is trying to develop North Texas’ fashion identify.
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Shopping

Three Sweet-Smelling Shops to Visit This Summer

They’re heaven scent.
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Beauty

Dallas Nail Salons and Trends to Try This Summer

You’re in good hands with these cozy, elevated interiors and non-toxic treatments.
summer outfits to go from pool to party
Shopping

Five Caftans to Complete Your Summer Wardrobe

These flattering options go effortlessly from pool to party.
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Fashion

How Rida Mandavia’s ‘Fusion Fashion’ Helped Her Find Her Voice

Her “pop-up shop” is one of the only online boutiques to recycle South Asian fashion.
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José restaurant in Dallas
Restaurants

José Finds the Perfect Pairing in the Park Cities

Two years after José opened, new chef Anastasia Quiñones-Pittman has brought all the pieces into place.
Dallas Ice Cream Shops
Dessert

10 of Dallas’ Most Decadent Ice Cream Confections

Mini waffle cone flights, rose cones, and Instagrammable, cereal-centric creations. Ice cream has changed, but we’re not complaining.
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Mitchell Boone
Religion

A Grand Attempt to Disrupt Church

Missional Wisdom Foundation still wants people to gather—but for coffee or yoga or maybe even beekeeping.
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Arts & Entertainment

Why Dallas Is Missing Out on Crucial Funding for the Arts

We lag behind other big cities—in Texas and everywhere else—when it comes to winning grants from the National Endowment for the Arts. There’s an easy fix.
Bingo Dallas
Games

How Bingo Nearly Ruined My Life

My mom taught me how to play the game. I’m lucky I survived.
state of Dallas real estate market
Real Estate

The Dallas Real Estate Market Has Cooled Off. Don’t Panic.

Can you say “reversion to the norm”?
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$500,000 home in Lakewood Heights
Real Estate

What You Can Get for $500,000 in Dallas

See how much house you can buy for a half-mil. Plus, check comparisons in Los Angeles, Chicago, and Phoenix.
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$1 million home in West Dallas
Real Estate

What You Can Get for $1 Million in Dallas

Prices are moving on up all over town. See how far your money goes in various Dallas neighborhoods.
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$2 million home in Lakewood Dallas
Real Estate

What You Can Get for $2 Million in Dallas

A selection of high-dollar homes across the city. Plus: three options for if money really isn’t an object.
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Dallas house teardowns
Real Estate

The Bulldozers Are Coming to Your Neighborhood

Homes are being torn down in neighborhoods all over Dallas. How does that change the city?
Dallas transportation options besides a car
Real Estate

How to Ditch Your Car in Dallas

My Prius ended up totaled. Rather than replace it, I learned to love living—and walking and riding the trolley—in the big city.
Cheaper houses around Dallas
Real Estate

In Dallas’ ‘Outer Ring’, Real Estate Deals Abound

Cheaper houses are blooming on the exurban prairie. But for how long?
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Granny Flat Dallas backhouses law
Real Estate

Everything You Wanted to Know About Granny Flats But Were Afraid to Ask

The law in Dallas has changed. But be careful before you start building.
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Dallas Central Appraisal District Property Taxes
Real Estate

How to Argue Down the Value of Your Home

When your house is worth a few million, it pays to tell the appraisal district just how shabby the joint really is.
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Sunset Golf Center closes
Sports

An Ode to the Glorious Oddballs Who Played Dallas’ Sunset Golf Center

Far as anyone knows, it was the first integrated golf course in North Texas. And it was never boring.
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