D Magazine November 2020
This summer I served for one week in the COVID ward at Parkland. With my lapsed Spanish, I still wonder how much was lost in translation.
By Dr. Lindsay Ripley
One sleepy Dallas neighborhood wants the city to do something about short-term rentals.
By Tim Rogers
Food & Drink
Bonton Farms’ new executive chef on racism, sexism, and taking a stand.
By Kathy Wise
Monte Anderson scorns public subsidies and invests in neighborhoods most developers run from. He hasn’t lost yet.
By Jim Schutze
Prince Albert might not have been the best fiddler in the region, but what he lacked in talent he more than made up for with energy.
By Ron Brown