D Magazine June 2021
Six Unexpected Vacation Escapes Two Hours From Dallas
Beaches, treehouses, mid-century modern bungalows, and trailer resorts, all just a short drive from Dallas. Go ahead and leave it all behind.
Fatherly Advice from a Few of Dallas’ Most Notable Dads
The Topgolf chief operating officer asked his buddies for fatherly advice. You know what? They did it fore a friend. (Dad joke! Happy Father’s Day!)
By Craig Kessler
In Dirk We Trust
Ten years ago, Dirk Nowitzki brought us a championship. Then he did something just as amazing: he made Dallas his home.
By Zac Crain
We Still See You, Big German
Once upon a time, way back in 2011, I made a decision about our cover that turned out to be genius.
By Tim Rogers
The Things You Must Do in Dallas This June
Juneteenth, Pride Month, and the official beginning of summer. Get your shot and get out there.
Food & Drink
The New Way to Picnic in Dallas
This summer, stay cool and current with these bright and bold—and local—takes on backyard barbecue staples.
Dallas Street Racing and Takeovers by the Numbers
The city has tried to slow its spread by ticketing spectators. Is it enough?
By Alex Macon
At Love Field, a Regional Jet Like You’ve Never Seen
Lean back and stretch your legs. JSX wants to bring luxury air travel to the masses.
By Brooklee Han
Arts & Entertainment
There Are Big Ideas In Little Corsicana
An art installation in this town 55 miles south of Dallas makes a case for why it’s well worth your time to visit.
By David Searcy
The Real Story Behind the Dallas Express
The newspaper once claimed to have the highest circulation of any Black-run newspaper in the South. Now a new owner is using the name.
By Peter Simek
The 2021 Dallas-Fort Worth Excellence in Nursing Awards
Over the past year, nurses donned their PPE and went to work to help push back a pandemic. It’s time to honor them.
By D Magazine
The Real Truth About the New Dallas Mavericks Mascot
He was in my confirmation class. He picked Saint Drogo, the patron saint of unattractive people, because he thought it was funny.
By Tim Rogers