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D Magazine May 2020

Cover Story

Fortunate Son

Doug Deason’s father made a fortune. Doug decided to spend part of it to transform criminal justice in America.

Features


the texas theatre
Events

How Your Favorite Dallas Movie Theater Found a New, Temporary Home: Yours

The Texas Theater, Alamo Drafthouse, and the Angelika all technically have permission to open. But they see more of an opportunity in your living room.
By Trace Miller
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Fashion

Designer Valerie Garmino Doesn’t Sacrifice Sustainability for Luxury

Garmino’s classic, sustainable designs will help you keep your cool guilt-free all summer long.
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Books

What Your Favorite Dallas Author Is Reading Now

You’re stuck inside. Let local authors help you escape through their book recommendations.
Sabotaged: Dreams of Utopia in Texas
Books

Why Didn’t La Réunion Survive?

A new book says that one man is to blame for the failure of the utopian colony on the banks of the Trinity.
Billy Can Can takeout
Food & Drink

How High-End Restaurants in Dallas Are Serving Fine Food To-Go

Partake in technically crafted fare in the unlikeliest of places: from a takeaway box, on your couch, in sweats.
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Restaurant Review

Nam Hua Offers the Homey Vietnamese Food We Need Right Now

The casual Garland spot, with its lacy crepes and hot pots, serves a bit of comfort you can take home with you.
Hinodeya vegan ramen
Restaurant Review

Lowest Greenville’s Hinodeya Ramen Bar Has a Secret for Light But Creamy Ramen

The solution for a new favorite vegan ramen? Hint: the answer is in the soymilk.
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Movies

COVID-19 Has Upended the Dallas Filmmaking Community

The industry struggles to figure out how to come together when safety means staying apart.
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Humor

A Golf Tournament Calls an AT&T Help Line

The PGA Tour only wanted to let the sponsor know the Byron Nelson is canceled. Is that too much to ask?