D Magazine September 2020
Looking to buy or sell in the pandemic? Here are the new North Texas rules.
While researching our 100-year-old Craftsman in Old East Dallas, we stumbled on the truth.
By Geyden and Barry Sage
Event planner Sydney Chandler has found a way to turn brunch into a social movement.
Arts & Entertainment
Danny Hurley felt it important to record the Black Lives Matter murals that cropped up downtown.
By Christopher Cartwright
Enda Jean Pemberton operates one of the only Black-owned bookstores in North Texas.
The South Dallas reverend wrote For Beautiful Black Boys Who Believe in a Better World a few years ago, but it’s just as timely now.
By Zac Crain
The owners of the Rangers got their new stadium on the backs of the taxpayers. But without fans, the team is now paying rent.
By Peter Simek
Home & Garden
Once a year, the nonprofit sells furniture to raise money for families in need. They need your help more than ever.
By Celestina Rogers
In the midst of our takeout days, we still need a little romance. And it’s nice to know we can mark the specialness of an occasion without breaking the bank.
Research says that kids are toast if they can’t read by third grade. Dallas ISD—like many other districts—has a unique chance to leverage that fact.
By Jim Schutze