D Magazine April 2020
Mike Rhyner invented a radio format in Dallas that changed the country and made him a legend. Then, unexpectedly, he retired.
By Zac Crain
It is the traditional dessert of Lent, especially if you grew up near the border. It’s more than a Mexican version of bread pudding. Its secret ingredient is family.
She made her name with popular YouTube covers of artists like Tyler, the Creator and Childish Gambino. But she’d rather her “new retro” sound speak for itself.
Nature & Environment
Shafeeqa Small found the perfect spot for her bees.
By Dalila Thomas
A photo of one of his suited-up flash mobs went viral a year ago. That’s just the beginning.
By Kathy Wise
The crafty Elizabeth Hooper O’Mahony creates pieces that are “big, bold, and for people who just love to wear jewelry and have it be seen.”
By Caitlin Clark
As Stephan Crouseau expands his Knox-Henderson empire, the answer might just be yes.
The author’s New York Times bestselling cookbook, The Defined Dish, started with a blog in her North Dallas kitchen.
By Ryan Conner
Owners Peter and Cheryl Kenny closed up Capitol Pub on New Year’s Eve, bringing their community charm a few neighborhoods north.
By Rosin Saez
Food & Drink
Opened by a 24-year-old SMU dropout and bar owner, the coffee shop on Lowest Greenville hires foster children aging out of the system.
By Sarah Hepola
A recollection of a busy, draining life.
By Tim Rogers