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D Magazine June 2022

Cover Story

Where to Vacation in Texas Now

Sometimes the best vacations aren’t about exotic destinations. They are about transporting yourself to a fictional reality a short drive away.

Features


Opal Lee Juneteenth
Personalities

A Year After Juneteenth Became a National Holiday, Opal Lee’s Journey Continues

The “grandmother of Juneteenth” finally achieved her goal to make the day a national holiday. That doesn’t mean her job is done.
By Trinity Hawkins
Daisha Board
Arts & Entertainment

What to Do: Daisha Board’s Guide to Dallas

The founder and curator of Daisha Board Gallery in West Dallas shares her top picks for June and beyond.
Joaquin Zihuatanejo
Person of Interest

How Dallas’ Poet Laureate Plans to Connect the City

Joaquín Zihuatanejo, the first-ever poet laureate of Dallas, believes poetry can be a bridge.
Climax at Ruins
Arts & Entertainment

How the Ballroom Scene Came to Dallas

Climax takes over Ruins on Friday nights, bringing ballroom culture to the South.
Granbury
One Day In…

How to Spend a Day in Granbury

Southwest of Dallas, it has a fascinating history, a thriving beer and wine scene, and even a museum of dolls.
By Sarah Bahari
Salads
Food & Drink

Seven Signs That Ordering Salad Won’t Make You Sad

Don’t settle for dull salads. Dallas restaurants are doing plenty to spice up their leafy greens.
Koryo
Food & Drink

The Flame Still Burns at the Reborn Koryo Korean BBQ

Koryo Kalbi’s successor picks up where its predecessor left off, combining old favorites with classics in the making.
six flags over texas
For Fun

Six Flags Over Texas Revisited

I’m old now. I have a kid. I never should have left the safety of quarantine to seek thrills in the amusement park of my youth.
By Alice Laussade
name your yacht
Humor

For $100,000 I Will Name Your Yacht

Pretty self explanatory, right?
By Laura Kostelny