D Magazine March 2022
The Plano native built a career out of cheerleading. We talked to him about doing stunts with his daughter, Jayden, Netflix’s “Cheer,” his approach on parenthood, and the real message he hopes to get across in his videos.
By Rachel Nguyen and Catherine Wendlandt
Arts & Entertainment
Oil and Cotton has a new home in West Dallas, but founders Shannon Driscoll and Kayli House have the same goal: to get you to create something.
By Rachel Nguyen
The city initially approved legal card rooms. Then it reversed course. Why are we the most Puritanical place in Texas?
By Peter Simek
Michael J. Champine M.D., Robert R. Scheinberg M.D., and James B. Montgomery M.D. Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine
By D Partner Studio
Food & Drink
Danié took Olivia out in the hall, sat her down, and explained that braiding is an ancient ritual, a visual and tactile link between women across eons.