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D Magazine October 2019

Features


Willis Winters Portrait
Health & Fitness

Willis Winters Finds His Favorite Park Bench

After 30 years with the Dallas Parks Department, Winters offers a few parting words.
By Tim Rogers
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Food & Drink

Dallas’ French Connection

A collection of local shops, brands, and studios with a French flair.
Founder Sam Brukhman Portrait
Music

Verdigris Wants to Blow Your Mind

The new, 16-member ensemble is spicing up Dallas’ choral scene.
Terri Thoman in her studio
Arts & Entertainment

Terri Thoman Is Back to Her One True Love: Paper

Before she reopened her shop, Paper Arts, a rocky divorce and an economic downturn almost did her in.
Press Illustration
Local News

Power Ranking the Journalists Who’ve Left Their Jobs for City Hall

Yet another member of the local press heads to 1500 Marilla. Here is how that career move has worked out.
By Tim Rogers
Amelie and Gregory sitting at table
Fashion

The Francophile-Approved Finds of Marcel Market in Bishop Arts

Amélie and Gregory Monvoisin’s shop offers weekend baguette deliveries, gourmet groceries, and authentic Parisian creations.
Gable and Ed Shaikh in front of their store
Publications

The History of Hadleigh’s

Their handmade smoking slipper started a sartorial institution in Highland Park Village 10 years ago.
By Caitlin Clark
Lidsey McClain and Jamie Coulter in their studio
Publications

Behind the Scenes with La Vie Style House’s Buzzy Caftans and Kimonos

Actresses, influencers, and Barneys New York have all fallen for the Dallas duo’s vintage-inspired designs.
By Ryan Conner
stetson commerce adolphus hotel
Publications

How to Style Your Stetson

The Garland-made hats are making a comeback with the noncowboy crowd.
By Cassidy Najarian
Peter Barlow in the kitchen
Food and Drink

Fauna Is Part Art and Part Science

Experimental dishes flourish inside the sliver of Stephan Pyles’ Flora Street Cafe.
Pizza Stirata Alla Romana
International Food

Mille Lire in the Centrum Delivers Italian Food With Simple Intensity

A chef delivers a piece of Italy inside an office building on Oak Lawn.
Tom Kha
Asian

Family Thais Is a Colorful Escape Within the West End

The vegetarian-friendly spot does several things well.
Clover Club outdoor bar
Drinking

Head to The Clover Club for Prime Rooftop Views

The roof deck is on fire.
By Tara Nieuwesteeg
Elaine making cookies in her kitchen
Health Food

How a Cancer Survivor’s DIY Granola Became a Full-Blown Business

Park Lane Pantry creates delicious snacks that seem too good to be good for you.
By Stacy Girard
The Meat Shop’s owner, Keith Browning, and his sous chef, Jeff Harper
Food & Drink

The Meat Shop Brings the Sauce

Keith Browning and Jeff Harper are ready to win a chunk of the $350,000 purse at this year’s World Food Championships.
Alpert and his band
Entertainment

A Double Dose of Herb Alpert

In October, you can see Herb Alpert at the Majestic Theatre, then go to Denton to see the world’s only Herb Alpert tribute band led by a blind trumpet player.
By Ellen Ritscher Sackett
Owens sitting in a red theatre chair
Entertainment

Remembering Katherine Owens (1957-2019)

With her Undermain Theatre, she put Dallas on the nation’s stage.
By Peter Simek
DeGeorge and the world's largest pepper mill
Dallas History

The Man With the 8-Foot Pepper Mill

Ever the showman, Nick DeGeorge Sr. was Dallas’ first celebrity restaurateur.
By Amy Severson
Illustration of Big Tex on fire
Festivals

Let’s Burn Down Big Tex Every Year

With a little effort, it can become Dallas’ most storied tradition.