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D Magazine October 2021

Cover Story

How to Talk to Your Teen About an Imploding World While Saving Yourself

Three Dallas-area pediatric mental health experts are here to help you work through the pandemic with your kids.


San Antonio Express News front-page story

A Writer Faces the Crimes of His Father

He faced that family dysfunction head on. Not only did he become a psychotherapist, but he wrote a memoir about his family, exploring the dark places in his father’s FBI file.
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Arts & Entertainment

The 11 Things You Must Do in Dallas This October

Yes, the State Fair is back. But so are theater performances, gallery openings, art exhibitions, and plenty more.

How to Spend a Day in Frisco

Is it too on the nose to begin at The Star?
Andrew Alexander Anvil Collection
About Town

How This East Dallas Man Built the World’s Most Impressive Anvil Collection

Andrew Alexander’s collection of old tools and anvils has grown so vast it’s cracking the walls of his East Dallas warehouse.
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Meet the New Garde

The California home decor import now calls Dallas home. They’ve brought an impressive roster of global design talent with them.
Bike Fitting Bike Mart

Should You Spend $300 On a Fancy Bicycle Fitting System?

Your only opportunity in the United States to have an Italian robot size your ride is at Bike Mart. Is it worth it?
Korean Street Eats

We’re in Love With Dallas’ Newest Wave of Korean Street Food

Where to find rice-battered corn dogs dusted with Flamin’ Hot Cheetos and billowy egg toast sandwiches.
Carte Blanche

Carte Blanche Is a Canvas for Creativity, Both in Its Tasting Menus and Bakery

The Lower Greenville husband-and-wife operation is a unique exercise in ambition, both during the day and night.
United State History Book

There Are Lessons in Our Old Textbooks, Even When They’re Wrong

A historian explores what was left out of the history taught to him at St. Mark’s decades ago.

How to Kill a Small Business

How Dallas’s permitting problems nearly spelled doom for Community Beer Co., one of the city’s most successful brewers.