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D Magazine May 2019

Cover Story

My Big, Dumb Divorce

We were together for eight years, and then one night he decided it was over. One of his complaints: I never packed his lunch.
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The Perot Museum’s CEO Wants to Help More Women Discover New Dinosaurs

Dr. Linda Abraham-Silver on encouraging young girls to go into STEM careers, and discovering a pygmy tyrannosaurid.
Visual Arts

The Inspiration Behind Ben Muñoz’s Oversize Woodblock Prints

The artist is still drawn to the story of his grandfather, who arrived in this country naked and with nothing at all.
Health & Medicine

A Dilated Eye Exam Might Have Saved Felicia Corbray’s Life

May is Melanoma Awareness Month, and Corbray is on a mission to encourage exams for all.

David Dillon’s ‘Why Is Dallas Architecture So Bad?’ Still Resonates Today

A new anthology of David Dillon’s architectural criticism brings us lessons from the past and present. Plus, a book from a literary agent-turned author.

Welcome to Brenda Schoenfeld’s World of Wonder

The effervescent designer and retailer comes from a Mexican family that counted Frida Kahlo and the Rockefellers as clients.

When Museums and High Fashion Meet

The DMA’s latest exhibit, “Dior: From Paris to the World,” will be a visual feast—and attractive bait.

Balancing High School and High Fashion at Booker T. Washington

The works of these two Booker T. students sell at Lula B’s and Traffic LA in The Joule.

A Cool Mom’s Guide to Mother’s Day Gifting

From family portraits to the bag that guarantees no phone left behind, some of our city’s most stylish moms share the gifts they love and can’t live without.
Charred duck hearts over an herb salad at Mot Hai Ba.

Mot Hai Ba Evolves Under Chef Peja Krstic

The Lower Greenville spot has always reliably delivered adventurous Vietnamese flavors. But Krstic now makes them his own.