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Aileen Jimenez

Aileen Jimenez

Research Editor, D Magazine

Aileen is the research editor for D Magazine and D Home. A proud Dallas native, she is happily getting the word out on the best professionals in our community. From doctors to lawyers to architects (and mostly everything in between), you can find her in an excel sheet or you can reach her via email.

Stories by Aileen Jimenez

Pop Music

Meet CHROMA, Dallas’ New Chicano Rap Group

CHROMA is representing Dallas via bilingual bars that are deeply set in their Mexican roots. Their most recent single, “Volaré,” was released last week.
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How to Spend a Day in Cedar Hill

Explore this natural escape just 16 miles from downtown.
Pop Music

Q&A: Arlington’s A-Wall Is More Than a Viral TikTok

With a new album out today, the viral sensation discusses his introduction to music and why he hopes listeners who found him on TikTok will join him on Autopilot.
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Arts & Entertainment

Where Did Tejano Music Go?

I was convinced the soundtrack to my childhood had all but disappeared. Turns out, I just had to tune in.
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One Day In...

How to Spend a Day In Waxahachie

Ellis County’s largest city has a small-town feel made for the movies.

Stories by Aileen Jimenez

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The Design District Studio Selling Couture to Taraji P. Henson and Tyra Banks

Esé Azénabor’s couture designs are in high demand, from red carpets to wedding aisles.

The Ultimate List of Dallas Summer Must-Haves

We present our list of warm-weather essentials, from coolers to pools, guaranteed to up your entertaining game when the thermometer tips into the triple digits.
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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.
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Need Financial Advice? Today, Planners Are Offering Free Services

More than 2 million Texans have filed for unemployment since March. If you need someone to guide you, today's your day.