D Magazine May 2022
The Golden Age of Beer in Dallas
It’s a great time to be a beer drinker here. You can get more brews in more places than ever before. And more are coming.
Home & Garden
The House With the Roses
Everyone knew the white Preston Hollow two-story with the crossbuck fence and riot of roses. When it changed hands, I found the girl who grew up in it and learned how much history I’d driven past every week of my life.
By Claire Collins
Government & Law
The Fall Guy
I thought I’d landed my dream job: general counsel at a subsidiary of China’s ZTE, one of the largest telecom companies on the planet. Then I realized why I’d really been hired: to explain away its illegal activity to the U.S. government.
By Ashley Yablon
Arts & Entertainment
The 14 Things You Must Do in Dallas This May
Beer at the Perot Museum, a flora festival at Texas Discovery Gardens, Houston’s finest Maxo Kream lands at the Echo Lounge, and Mean Girls wraps up at Fair Park. It’s a busy month.
Home & Garden
You Can Set a Better Table
Dallas socialites have long set the standard for style. Now they’re showing how to set a stunning table.
By Ginni Beam
Person of Interest
The Ball Is in Marc Stein’s Court
After more than two decades covering the NBA for the likes of ESPN and the New York Times, Dallas-based Marc Stein went solo last year. We caught up with him ahead of the playoffs.
One Day In…
A Guide to Fort Worth During the PBR World Finals
Bull riding’s most prestigious event, the PBR World Finals, has finally—and rightfully—made the move to Cowtown. Here’s how to make the most of the show and the host city.
By Sarah Bennett, Aileen Jimenez and Kelsey Vanderschoot
Food & Drink
Welcome to the New Village
The favorite for singles in the 1980s had a facelift: expect fine dining, new bakeries, an 18-hole putting green, a state-of-the-art gym, and a speakeasy that’s worth searching for.
By Diana Spechler
Alex Stein: Do Not Share
Alex Stein discovered a new internet trick that has brought him fame. It’s time to stop feeding this troll.
By Jonathan Auping
How Would Dallas Stand Up to a Summer Blockbuster-Level Disaster?
Flood. Earthquake. Aliens. Dinosaurs. European terrorists. How would we handle it?