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D Magazine November 2019


J.J. Barea Portrait

A Q&A With the Mavs’ New Elder Statesman

You don’t have to be tall to be a leader.
Bruce Wood Studio Dancers
Arts & Entertainment

Bruce Wood Dance Keeps Moving Forward

Its founder’s legacy lives on five years after his death.
Daniel Sunshine Portrait
Health & Wellness

Keep Your Zen Up This Holiday Season

Drinking is one way to get through a weekend with the in-laws. Mindfulness is another.
By Allison Hatfield
28 Skin Care Products

Successful Dallas Women Share 28 Tips for Healthy Winter Skin

They reveal the skin care products, facials, drugstore finds, and at-home concoctions they swear by.
By Ryan Conner
Nicole Kwon Portrait

Nicole Kwon’s Loyal Shoppers Would Follow Her Anywhere

Thankfully, they don’t have to go far for her beautiful new store.
By Caitlin Clark
Brent Anderson Ophactory Candles
Home Accessories

A Detective Sniffs Out the Perfect Candles

Foul smells on the job led Brant Anderson to create his own candle company.
By Dalila Thomas
Paradiso's Wood-Fired Oven Pizza
Food and Drink

Trouble in Oak Cliff’s Paradiso

A new restaurant in the Bishop Arts District is the kind of place you’d see in any chic, bohemian neighborhood. That’s the problem.
Stacks On Stacks Sandwich
Food and Drink

Try the Ambitious and Delicious Sandwiches at Stack’s

The new Design District spot offers good taste for less dough.
Sa Sa Sushi Baja Roll
Food & Drink

At Sa Sa Sushi in East Dallas, Stick to the Obvious

The rolls are fun and the sashimi is bright. Don’t let the noodles tempt you.
Punch Bowl Social in Deep Ellum

Dallas’ Most Dizzying Place to Drink

Punch Bowl Social is a 24,000-square-foot maze of activity in Deep Ellum. With a bar.
By Tara Nieuwesteeg
Turkeys In A Field
Food & Drink

5 Alternatives to Frozen Turkey This Thanksgiving

As you plan your feast, consider these fresh, smoked, and humane alternatives to freezer-section fowl.
By Kelsey J. Vanderschoot
Mall Security Illustration

Diary of a Department Store Dick

My days and nights fighting crime at a Plano mall.
By Paul McDonnold
Illustration of Jung Young Moon

Jung Young Moon’s Absurd Take on Texas

The cult novelist comes to Corsicana and writes about, among other things, Jack Ruby’s dog and Bonnie Parker’s hot chocolate.
By Peter Simek
Financial Services

How To Miss a Bull Market

A cautionary tale about ignorance and complacency in financial planning.
By Tim Rogers
Best Lists

These Are the Top Wealth Managers in Dallas-Fort Worth for 2019

Who should you trust your portfolio with? We asked the experts to identify the best in North Texas.
By D Magazine