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Piece Together Dallas History with This Limited-Edition D Magazine Puzzle

Stay entertained this summer while exploring our city's past.
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In our D Magazine office, an entire wall is dedicated to our archives. The tall white cabinets are stuffed with copies of every single issue we’ve printed since October of 1974. Each cover is like a time capsule, and rifling through the faded magazines never ceases to entertain me. (Or, rather, ceased. I haven’t been back since March.)

Some covers showcased the best new restaurants or bars, while others highlighted the top neighborhoods, parks, or places to hike and bike. A few covers featured famous North Texans, like George W. Bush, Jessica Simpson, and Dirk Nowitzki. Several covers showed our readers what was “hot” and what was not, including regrettable styles like ’80s shoulder pads and ’90s brown lipstick.

For the first time ever, readers, we’re sharing these covers with you. And letting you put them together. Relive the biggest moments in Dallas history through our limited-edition, 1,000-piece puzzle. You can choose from nearly every cover we’ve produced since 1974.

We promise it will entertain you, whether you’re a puzzle amateur who picked up the hobby during quarantine or a puzzle master looking for a new challenge. It makes a great gift, whether the recipient is 15 or 50. And it’s a priceless keepsake, whether you’re new to Dallas or you’ve called North Texas home for decades.

To sweeten the deal, each puzzle purchase also includes a yearlong subscription to D.

Don’t wait–we’ll only be printing 500 of these puzzles, and once they’re gone, they’re gone for good. Click here to order your limited-edition D Magazine puzzle now.

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