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D Magazine June 2019

Cover Story

The 10 Best Weekend Escapes Within a Drive From Dallas

Travel to the edge of Texas and stay in a tepee, or find adventure closer to home. The choice is yours.
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Features


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Local Government

A Week-One Item for Our Next Mayor: Take Robert Mundinger to Lunch

This city needs better data. Mundinger can help.
By Tim Rogers
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Personalities

A Conversation With the Dallasite Behind ‘the Yee Haw Agenda’

Bri Malandro discusses black cowboy culture and Old Town Road, but not her day job.
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Publications

Three Neighborhoods Where Dallas Could Prioritize People Over Cars

The city is tearing out Oak Cliff’s Jefferson-Twelfth Connector, but it shouldn’t stop there.
By Peter Simek
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Government

John Stich Is a Rising Sun Over Dallas

If you’re a Japanese national and run into trouble in Dallas, there’s one man you need to know.
By Spencer Michlin
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Publications

The Making of Tyler Station

Developer Monte Anderson has given the old Dixie Wax Paper Company a new life in Oak Cliff.
By Shelby Hartness
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Gardening

Garden Guru Van Johnson Creates a 5-Star Airbnb for Migrating Butterflies

The Oak Cliff gardener on how we can make traveling monarchs’ annual Dallas pit stop more pleasurable.
By Ryan Conner
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Publications

Sol Society’s Taylor Madison is Designing Immersive, Life-Changing Travel

The Dallas native turned her blog into an experiential travel agency with all the feels.
By Caitlin Clark
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Publications

Virginia Montgomery Sells Hats With Heart

The domestic violence survivor turned personal trauma into the Tiger House Hat Shop.
By Dalila Thomas
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Publications

Ceviche Oyster Bar Is the Laid Back Haven We Needed

Inside a former North Oak Cliff mechanic shop, Raul Reyes has carved a perfect spot for mingling over mariscos.
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Bar Review

Drink at The Pub McKinney for the Crowd

Some quality people-watching awaits.
By Tara Nieuwesteeg
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Publications

How to Make the Summer Corn Stew at Grange Hall

Chef Chad Martin’s creation strikes the right seasonal note.
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Crime

How I Helped Put Away a Pervert, for Better or Worse

A repulsive sight on a stroll through Uptown sent me on an emotional journey I never could have expected.
By Allison Hatfield
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Business

The Tiny Texas Town Bankrolling Dallas Institutions

Welcome to Windthorst, Texas, where a few dairy farmers have facilitated more than $230 million in loans across the state—including to the Arboretum and Jesuit.
By Peter Simek
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Humor

The Old Man’s Guide to Buying an Erykah Badu Record

Were there drinks involved? You can’t prove that.
By Eric Celeste