Saturday, February 4, 2023 Feb 4, 2023
38° F Dallas, TX

D Magazine October 2022

Sean Cox, Suzanne Wooten, Scott Palmer
Criminal Justice

How Our Long Investigation Into Collin County Came to Be

Kathy spent six months interviewing people and poring over court filings and writing a lot of words.
Averie Bishop Miss Texas 2022
Person of Interest

Miss Texas Is an SMU Law Grad

Averie Bishop became the first Asian American to earn the Miss Texas crown, something she juggled in between her classes.
Fairview Police
Crime

The Great Central Expressway Speed Trap

If you’re heading north on U.S. 75, watch out for the tiny town of Fairview.
Keller Texas map
Travel

How to Spend a Day In Keller

The railroad and an artesian well helped this city spring to life.
Lorenzo Zenteno
Arts & Entertainment

What to Do: Promoter Lorenzo Zenteno’s Guide to October

The Star-Telegram dubbed Lorenzo Zenteno, founder and president of Premier Live Experience, the “godfather of Fort Worth hip-hop” in 2015. We asked him to share his top picks for October and after.
Dr Delphiniums Jenny Thomasson 1
Style

A Truly Texan Design Led This Dallas Florist to the Interflora World Cup

Florist Jenny Thomasson, from Dr Delphinium, knew she had something no other competitor would when she got to the big leagues.
By Ginni Beam
Tanner and Mackenzie Moussa
Style

Modern (Furniture) Family

The children of Arteriors founder Mark Moussa have a new concept of their own.
Image
Style

The Most Fabulous Closet on TikTok

The fiftysomething fashionista Carla Rockmore found herself in a new medium.
Bella and Brawn
Style

Where to Buy Vintage in Dallas

Whether designer consignment or thrift-store finds are your bag, here are six top shops with enduring style.
By Maddie Spera, Aileen Jimenez, and Mia Carrera
Thanin Viriyaki
Food & Drink

The Man With 75 Million Views

Thanin Viriyaki is a professional photographer who gives away his pics to small restaurants. Seen a great hidden gem on Yelp or Google? Then you’ve seen his work.
Regino Rojas
Food & Drink

A Once-Deserted Alley Is Now the Best Cantina in Dallas

Regino Rojas expands his Deep Ellum Mexican food empire with the all-inclusive Revolver Gastro Cantina.
Tim Love Caterinas
Food & Drink

At Catarina’s, Let Tim Love Take Your Phone

We didn’t want to fall for Tim Love’s new restaurant, with its ridiculous phone policy. Then they brought out the meatballs.
By Diana Spechler
Buzz Deitchman
Transportation

DART’s Silver Line Is Coming, and Far North Dallas Is in the Way

DART promised its member cities a track to DFW Airport 40 years ago. Now a few people have to move.
Suzanne Wooten
Criminal Justice

The Most Lawless County in Texas

Suzanne Wooten did the impossible and became the first candidate to defeat a sitting judge in Collin County. What followed is the unbelievable, epic tale of the craziest case in the history of jurisprudence.
David Yarrow image
Arts & Entertainment

David Yarrow’s Dallas

David Yarrow is one of the most famous and highly paid photographers working today. So why does the Briton seem so stuck on Dallas?
By Jonathan Thompson
Image
Personalities

Barbara Kevles’ Life on Tape

For decades, I interviewed some of the most famous, accomplished women in the world. Fortunately I saved it all.
Dr Alex Oshmyansky
Business

Meet the Genius Who Convinced Mark Cuban to Sell Drugs

After earning his doctorate and a medical degree, Dr. Alex Oshmyansky set off on a seemingly impossible quest: disrupt the pharmaceutical industry. Along the way, he was joined by a billionaire maverick. Meet the Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company.
Eric Celeste tumor
Humor

The Summer My Body Fell Apart

I spent a lot of my summer at the Baylor Surgicare outpatient center. It’s my regular spot, in some ways. And so I was thrilled to fill out this survey about my time there.
By Eric Celeste