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D Magazine January 2022

Cover Story

52 New Ways to Experience Dallas in 2022

We scoured the city to find new and unusual activities, one for each week of the year. Now get out there and try something different!
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Features


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Humor

My Secret to Getting Into the Swing of the New Year

New years call for new traditions. I found mine, so let us help you find yours.
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Elton John
Arts & Entertainment

The 11 Things You Must Do in Dallas This January

Elton John takes over the American Airlines Center, the Winspear welcomes a hit Broadway play, and more of the best the city has to offer.
Celina Main Street
One Day In…

How to Spend a Day in Celina

A charming historic downtown square lies just north of the Tollway’s last stop.
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Paul Quinn College Basketball
Dallas History

How Paul Quinn College Put History on Its Basketball Court

How Paul Quinn College, the state’s oldest HBCU, is using a unique canvas to tell the story of its university and the history of the people it serves.
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Speaking of Style

A Style Guide to Making it Through the Holiday Hangover

Taylor Tomasi Hill is here to help get you all squared away now that the parties are over.
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Media

Don’t Stop the Presses! An Interview with the DMN’s New Top Editor

Katrice Hardy, the new executive editor of the Dallas Morning News, doesn’t want you to think of her as a “first.”
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Black Bird Society
Bar Review

The Rare Pours and Moody Digs of Blackbird Society

In Deep Ellum, a manga-inspired speakeasy broods behind sibling bar Neon Kitten.
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Restaurant Review

The Tango Room Is Out of Step With Its Lofty Goals

For all its wine acumen and ambition, Tango Room trips and falls on its way to becoming the tiny, tony steakhouse it wants to be.
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Style

Love Among the Estate Sales

We met on a dating app and took our relationship to the next logical step: dead people’s houses.
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Humor

Camping Is No Fun and I Can’t Wait to Do It Again

It isn’t always easy to trade the cozy confines of East Dallas for a state park or some other piece of wilderness. But the challenge, really, makes it all worth it.