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D Magazine October 2023

Sports News

Pickleball Is All About Connections

And the connection that matters the most: Tom Dundon, the Dallas billionaire that more or less acquired the sport of pickleball.
Michelle Rodriguez Hawkeye in the Morning on New Country 96.3
Person of Interest

Meet (One of) the Voices Behind Hawkeye in the Morning

Michelle Rodriguez has been on the air for 19 years. So, we asked her about the future of radio, her experience on Hawkeye in the Morning, and what it’s like to meet a country music artist.
One Day In…

How to Spend a Day in Arlington

You may have come to Arlington for a game, but you will definitely stay for the cereal. Plus, you can widen your horizons and learn the history of bowling or add a few antique pieces to your collection.
Stoneleigh Hotel
Dallas History

The Stoneleigh Is Turning 100, Just With a Different Name

Dallas’ second-oldest hotel still likes to party. And its upcoming celebration will be the party of the century.
Arts & Entertainment

The Latest Local Novels You Should Add to Your To-Read List

Clear off a shelf. This fall brings a load of books with Dallas ties.
Dorba Creekside Park

Dallas’ Newest Mountain Bike Trail Is Open Near the White Rock Lake Spillway

Dallas just got a new mountain bike park all thanks to the Loop, DORBA, and the Dallas Parks and Recreation Department. Let’s keep it to ourselves.
Dr Joel Holiner
Arts & Entertainment

One of the Best Antiques Stores in Dallas Is Inside a Hospital

Medical City Dallas has a bank, a dry cleaner, a barber, restaurants—and, now, thanks to Dr. Joel Holiner, a trove of international treasures.
D.RT teen clothing

This Dallas Boys Brand Designs Clothes With Teen Growth Spurts In Mind

The challenge was simple: build a better suit so the boys on the bus will keep their pants on.
Deanna James Dallas tattoo artist

How a Dallas Tattoo Artist Uses Her Talent to Change Lives

Ink Master Deanna James’ tattoos make her clients weep. With joy.
Society Distillery Dallas Texas
Restaurants & Bars

Community Beer Co. Is Selling Spirits

From vodka to whiskey, cocktails are new on the menu at this popular Dallas brewery.
Bobbies Dallas
Restaurant Reviews

Bobbie’s Airway Grill is Serving a Fresh Take on Dallas History

Bobbie’s Airway Grill evokes Mad Men-era cool and Dallas’ past with an elevated take on a classic.
Kitchen + Kocktails
Restaurants & Bars

This Restaurant Sells More Liquor Than Any Other in Dallas

After a brush with viral infamy, Kitchen + Kocktails has quietly become one of the most successful concepts in town.
Mister Charles
Restaurants & Bars

Mister Charles Invites You to Go Big

Dallas doesn’t need any more ultra luxurious new restaurants—unless they’re as fun as Mister Charles.
Trinity River

Fishing for Alligator Gar, the River Monsters of Dallas

Flowing between the two most populous urban areas in Texas, the Trinity River is home to one of the largest freshwater fish in the country.
Texas state fair deep fried pho

How a North Texas Family’s State Fair Pho Dish Accidentally Caused a Deep Fried Mess

Michelle Le will serve her innovative dish at the State Fair this year. But its creation—and the troll-storm it sparked—nearly killed her.
Health & Wellness

Dr. Kenneth Cooper Is the Father of Aerobics, and You Might Hate Him for It

“I hate you” is the best thanks Dr. Kenneth Cooper ever hopes to receive. Next month, a new documentary traces his history.

How to Live Forever: 12 Dallas Doctors on How to Live a Long, Healthy Life

From your heart to your face to your most intimate of lady areas, we asked doctors and experts how best to keep the operation shipshape.
Kayla Jay Dallas Artist
Arts & Entertainment

The Tin District is Dallas’ Next Art Destination

Studios and galleries have replaced factories in the scrappy Tin District. But don’t call it gentrification.
pickleball crowd

A Dinking Man’s Game: How Dallas Became the Center of the Pickleball Universe

Tom Dundon mastered pickleball in his Preston Hollow backyard. Then the billionaire bought the sport and made Dallas its HQ. Next month, he will bring the largest pickleball tournament in the world to Farmers Branch.
Lines in the Sand: Lita Albuquerque’s Rock and Pigment was installed in California’s Mojave Desert in 1975.

The Women of American Land Art

For decades, land art has been the province of three men. Curator Leigh Arnold and the Nasher are aiming to expand the canon with a groundbreaking new exhibition.
The Saint ravioli
Restaurants & Bars

Try Brisket and Foie Gras Ravioli With Cherries on Top at The Saint

This elevated addition is helping to make a splash on The Saint’s new Gaston Ave. location.
Oasis Pickleball Club
Sports News

Court Report: Where to Play Pickleball in North Texas

Looking for a place to dink, drink, and drill? We’ve got you covered.
Where to play Pickleball in Dallas
Sports News

Searching for the Hottest Pickleball Courts in Town? Try Cole Park.

We spent a morning at the most popular pickleball courts in Uptown to find out why people play.