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The 2020 Pumpkin Village at the Dallas Arboretum.
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Autumn at the Arboretum Comes Alive This Weekend

The buzzy fall festival returns for its 16th year with a Bugtopia theme. Expect cooking classes, horticulture demos, petting zoos, and, of course, the iconic Pumpkin Village.
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Father's Day

This Father’s Day, Make Your Dad a D Magazine Cover Star

Order your custom cover before Thursday to ensure your one-of-a-kind gift arrives in time.
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Events

Cut Your Own Gladiolus Flowers at Mars Hill Farm’s GladFest, Which Kicks Off This Weekend

The farm, which offers sustainable employment to refugees in North Texas, launches GladFest on June 12. Cut your own gladiolus flowers, enjoy a petting zoo, and more.
By Savannah Saucedo
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Contests

Meet the 30+ Adoptable Dogs and Cats in Our Cutest Pets in Dallas 2021 Competition

We asked local shelters to nominate sweet senior pups, rowdy young cats, and everything in between. Get to know a few of the adoptable pets vying for the crown.

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Events

Shop Vintage Finds and Artisan Goods at These Four Spring Marketplaces

This May, head to Highland Park Village, Klyde Warren Park, and beyond to shop outdoor markets that spotlight North Texas vendors.
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Gifts

Is Your Mom the Best In Dallas? Show Her With a Custom D Cover

This Mother's Day, give your mom the starring role she deserves on a keepsake cover.
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Animals

In Honor of National Puppy Day, Here Are 16 of the Cutest Adoptable Dogs in Dallas

From an Australian shepherd with special needs to a sweet mixed breed rescued from a hurricane, these four-legged friends are looking for their forever families.
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Things to Do in Dallas

How to Celebrate Black History Month in Dallas

Tune in to a virtual film festival, experience a photo exhibition at the Galleria, or visit a socially distant pop-up museum.
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Business

‘We Are Not The Help’

Six of the state's most experienced nannies share their experiences with discrimination on the job—and their hopes for a more tolerant future.