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D Magazine August 2020

Cover Story

Mark Cuban Is All Grown Up

He started his run with the Mavericks as a billionaire punk. Now, in the wake of a pandemic and uprisings against police brutality, Cuban has become a community leader.

Features


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Photography

The Kid Behind the Camera Lens

Another secret from our August issue.
Digital Edition

D Magazine August 2020
Digital Edition

Enjoy reading this year’s Best of Big D: Heroes Edition online now.
Jim Lowe WRR Radio
Media

NorthPark Honors Texas’ First Radio Station for Its 100th Birthday

WRR-FM is now a city-owned classical station, but it once exposed Dallas to R&B. And did you know it’s the second oldest in the country?
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Coronavirus

This Is How Bad the COVID-19 Pandemic Will Hit Dallas’ Budget

COVID-19 is breaking City Hall’s piggy bank. What will be left when the hammering is done?
Richard Neal CrossFit coach and owner of Zeus Comics
Business

Dallas’ CrossFit Gyms Sprint Away From Founder’s Racist Statements

The city’s franchised CrossFit gyms figure out how to respond to the offensive comments made by the brand’s CEO.
Million Dollar Saloon
Business

The Rise and Fall of the Million Dollar Saloon

A tale of money, women, liquor, and a one-sided gunfight at the strip club that started it all.
Revolver Taco Lounge
Food & Drink

At Revolver, an Heirloom Corn Revolution in Spite of the Pandemic

Regino Rojas is using a new tasting menu to fulfill a dream at Revolver Taco Lounge in Deep Ellum. The coronavirus provided the necessary nudge.
Tiffany Derry
Food & Drink

Celebrity Chef Tiffany Derry Is Ready to Cook Her Soul Food

The Top Chef contestant has zero apologies about her new direction, which is really the direction she started with.
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Food & Drink

Our Favorite Kitchen Tools During Quarantine

Break out the madeleine pan, it’s still prime time to cook at home. These are D Magazine staffer favorites.
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Media

Cinestate’s #MeToo Scandal and the Upheaval of the Dallas Film Scene

Four years after it breathed new life into local cinema, Dallas Sonnier’s efficient horror film machine is plagued by allegations of rape, harassment, and abuse.