D Magazine January 2022
Dallas’ convention center is an absurd, obsolete, cobbled- together mess floating on a sea of concrete. This month the City Council will decide whether we should spend $500 million on its deferred maintenance. There’s another option: tear the sucker down. Start over. And create a downtown that visitors— and residents—would actually enjoy.
By Peter Simek
New years call for new traditions. I found mine, so let us help you find yours.
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.
Speaking of Style
Taylor Tomasi Hill is here to help get you all squared away now that the parties are over.
By Taylor Tomasi Hill
Katrice Hardy, the new executive editor of the Dallas Morning News, doesn’t want you to think of her as a “first.”
In Deep Ellum, a manga-inspired speakeasy broods behind sibling bar Neon Kitten.
By Rosin Saez
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.