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D Magazine October 2020

Features


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Architecture & Design

The State’s Largest Historic Renovation in Downtown Dallas Lights Up

The former First National Bank tower has been rebranded The National and is almost here.
By Sarah Sedaghatzadeh
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Cooking

How to Make a Cookbook During a Pandemic (And How to Order It Now)

First, clean your kitchen. Second, get your hair done. Third, click this button.
Xamán Cafe and Ayahuasca Cantina clay cantaritos
Cocktails

This New North Oak Cliff Cafe and Bar Is the Best of Both Worlds

On West Jefferson Boulevard, Xamán Cafe and Ayahuasca Cantina highlight Mexican culture through single-origin coffee and sotol.
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Food & Wine

The Texas Hill Country Is the Most Exciting Place for New Wines

I took a road trip to Texas Hill Country at the height of harvest to track down an elusive young winemaker. What I discovered was a wild new scene.
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Gardening

Where To Go Outside This Fall

You’ve been cooped for far too long. Mars Hill Farm and McKinney’s crape myrtles are waiting.
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Music

The Dallas Musicians That Didn’t Let a Pandemic Stop Them

Livestreams have come a long way in the past seven months. These local artists are a big reason why.
By Hannah Jones
Shugs Bagels
Food & Drink

Our Favorite Bagels in Dallas Right Now

New York can stuff its boiled dough in a sack.
Chief U. Reneé Hall
Government

The Color of Complacency

Did Black leaders in Dallas give the police chief a pass?
By Jim Schutze
Danielle Georgiou Dance Group’s The Savage Seconds
Publications

Dallas Performers Ask: How Must the Show Go On?

Theater companies should be busy in October. And they are. It’ll take hustle to survive.
By Peter Simek
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Food & Wine

The 15 Texas Hill Country Wineries You Must Visit Now

There has never been a better time to visit the Texas Hill Country. From Old World vintners to natural wine revolutionaries, these are the wineries to be excited about.