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D Magazine May 2021

Cover Story

101 Mind-Blowing, Totally True Facts You Never Knew About Dallas

Just how “Dallas” are you? Well, we have 101 facts about sports, food, culture, politics, history, and the arts that will settle exactly that.
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Features


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Arts & Entertainment

Jeff ‘Skin’ Wade and the Record Label That Wants to Change Dallas

As our feature profile of Ben and Skin goes live, a look at a side project that wants to help some Dallas nonprofits and has more than a few big names participating.
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Events

The Things You Must Do In Dallas This May

Theater, concerts, gallery openings, and more. The city is coming alive.
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Dessert

Local Asian Home Bakers Wow Us With These Trendy Treats

Meet the local home bakers who put with their show-stopping spins on Asian desserts based in French technique.
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Arts & Entertainment

This Dallas Artist Turns Sacred Texts Into Contemporary Art

Ruby Jaffrey has found a thriving market for what she calls her “modern Islamic art.”
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Sports

Courtney Okolo’s Olympic Sprint Became a Marathon

She became a star runner in high school in Carrollton. And now—finally—the relay racer gets a chance to defend her Olympic gold.
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Arts & Entertainment

The New Kid on the Blockchain

Verdigris Ensemble is propelling Dallas into the international crypto art scene. If it works, the choral group could disrupt the classical music industry.
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Dallas History

Sports

This is a sports town. You probably know plenty about our professional teams. But you don’t know it all.
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Dallas History

History

From historic Supreme Court cases to how a little chain of convenience stores went global, the history of our city is rich.
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Dallas History

Pop Culture

How ‘Big D’ got its name. The local punk band that opened for the Sex Pistols. The first radio station in the city to play hip-hop. Our pop culture goes deep.
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Dallas History

Food

You might know a thing or two about Tex-Mex, but Dallas’ dining scene was created by flavors and characters from all over the world.
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Humor

A Zoom Graduation

Everything is fine. So long as Ms. Booth figures out how to use her damn mute button.
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