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D Magazine September 2020

Cover Story

We Are Living in the Weirdest Real Estate Market Ever

Looking to buy or sell in the pandemic? Here are the new North Texas rules.

Features


Sydney Chandler founder of Baddie Brunch
Fashion

How Sydney Chandler Turned Brunch Into a Social Movement

Event planner Sydney Chandler has found a way to turn brunch into a social movement.
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Arts & Entertainment

The Photographer Who Chronicled Downtown’s Protest Murals

Danny Hurley felt it important to record the Black Lives Matter murals that cropped up downtown.
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Books

Enda’s Booktique Opened in a Pandemic, When We Needed It Most

Enda Jean Pemberton operates one of the only Black-owned bookstores in North Texas.
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Books

Michael Waters Helps You Talk To Your Kids About Police Violence

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.
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Biotech

Will Pegasus Park Be Dallas’ Next Biotech Hub?

Can a new owner turn Pegasus Park and a forgotten stretch of Stemmons Freeway into a biotech hub?
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Sports

With No Fans, the Rangers Are Finally Paying for Their New Stadium—For Now

The owners of the Rangers got their new stadium on the backs of the taxpayers. But without fans, the team is now paying rent.
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Home & Garden

Dwell With Dignity’s Fundraiser Is Bigger and More Important

Once a year, the nonprofit sells furniture to raise money for families in need. They need your help more than ever.
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Music

Neiman’s: The Most Popular Store In Music

Dallas’ embattled retail icon may be the most referenced store in music.
John Tesar Knife steaks
Food & Drink

John Tesar’s Life-Saving Gamble

One of the city’s most outspoken chefs stayed afloat by turning his steakhouse into an experimental butcher shop.
boxed wines
Food & Wine

The Best Large-Format Wine Dallas Has to Offer

Find serious vintages on the cheap—yes, in big bottles and boxes. This ain’t Franzia.