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D Magazine September 2019


Illustration of Playing Music at the Breakfast Table
Classical Music

Hear Classical Music in Unexpected Places

The only thing better than breakfast for dinner is breakfast for dinner with a side of strings.
By Jay Przyborski
Bunch Bikes founder Aaron Powell With His Two Kids

Bunch Bikes Are a Ride That Really Hauls

An upstart Denton company sells hard-to-find electric cargo bikes.
By Tim Rogers
britten larue taro cards

Britten LaRue Wants You to Get Metaphysical

The art history professor and Hockaday mom is bringing astrology and tarot to the North Dallas set.
By Caitlin Clark

A Series of Infographics Showing Who Really Is Moving to Dallas

Don’t believe the hype that we are the favorite city of young people. We have the graphs to prove it.
By Peter Simek
Florals Forty Five Ten

Fall Florals, but Make It Fashion

Local artists are thinking well beyond the basic bouquet, with sculptural shapes, unexpected pairings, and lessons in minimalism.
By Ryan Conner
Petal Pushers Deep Ellum

Three Fall Workshops for Budding Florists

Bring a bottle of wine, promote female empowerment, and leave with a pretty bouquet.
By Ryan Connor
Natura Bisse Products

Happy Anniversary, Natura Bissé

The luxury skincare brand is based in Barcelona, but has long had a second home in Dallas.
By Caitlin Clark
Pink Volks Wagon with Pink Balloons

Thanks to Social Media, These Local Businesses are Blowing Up

Forget helium and Mylar. Old-fashioned latex balloons are back in vogue.
By Lauren Bannister
Texas Fungus Mushrooms
Farmers Markets

Texas Fungus Lets You Bring Your Favorite Restaurant’s Mushrooms Home

The Arlington-based mushroom farmers supply some of the city’s best restaurants. You can have them in your kitchen, too.
Spinach Enchiladas

Las Palmas Revisits Tex-Mex Nostalgia

The Uptown spot from the people behind Bowen House will stir you up, with mixed results.

At Il Bracco, Eat the Perfect Pasta à la Park Cities

The sleek Italian restaurant is well-suited to its Preston Center environs.
hillside tavern crowd

Lakewood Embraces Hillside Tavern

The neighborhood was waiting for a spot like this.
By Tara Nieuwesteeg
Firefighter Holding Bag of Coffee Beans

The Dallas Firefighters Rescuing First Responders From Bad Coffee

With Fire Grounds Coffee Company, Paul Clarke and Kyle Lund are on a mission.
By Lauren Bannister
Lamar Odom Illustration

Inside Lamar Odom’s Disastrous Stint in Dallas

An excerpt from his new autobiography
By Lamar Odom
the giant gila monster poster

The Time a Radio Legend Brought a Taste of Hollywood to Town

Sixty years ago, Gordon McLendon decided to plant a movie studio between the coasts.
By Connell R. Miller
Illustration and Photo Collage of Musicians

Eric Clapton and Dallas’ Place in Blues History

Clapton is bringing a lot of guitars to Dallas to remind us of our musical heritage.
By Peter Simek
Man Standing in the Rain

The Big Spring Redemption

A prison story for the ages.