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Christine Allison

Christine Allison

Editor-in-Chief and CEO, D Magazine Partners

Christine Allison is Editor-in-Chief and CEO of D Magazine Partners. She founded D Home in 2000 and has been leading digital properties since 2005. When time allows, she writes about remarkable people, civic issues, politics, and the joys of ordinary life.

Stories by Christine Allison

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Media

Alert: Intern this Fall With D Magazine

Our internships cross through every career path: journalism, marketing, events, sales, art production, social media, digital analytics, and more.
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Dallas History

The Fate of the Morney-Berry Farm Is Now Tied to the Texas Bullet Train

The Morney-Berry Farm has been in the same family since 1876. Descendants of the original owner have spent their lives protecting it. And now, a Texas Supreme Court ruling puts its future in jeopardy.
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Media

Noelle LeVeaux Joins D Magazine Partners as Publisher

The longtime North Texan has worked at Children's Medical Center Dallas, Visit Dallas, and the Communities Foundation of Texas
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Arts & Entertainment

Meet Dallas’ First-Ever Poet Laureate

Joaquin Zihuatanejo was one of 21 applicants to become the Dallas Poet Laureate, an honor that was pursued by the Deep Vellum publishing house.
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Dallas History

In Honor of Women’s History Month, Meet Our City’s Audacious Forces of Nature

In honor of Women’s History Month, we are publishing our story about 78 women who make Dallas great.

Stories by Christine Allison

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Jobs

D Magazine Partners Is Seeking a Group Publisher

Lead the dominant media brand in Dallas (and have a whole lot of fun).
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Dallas History

Why We Need to Remember What Happened at Fair Park

Fifty years ago, hundreds of Black families lost their homes for pennies on the dollar in South Dallas. It was not an isolated event.
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Architecture & Design

California Dream House: Save This Dallas Ju-Nel Original

Seriously, if you are looking for an architectural gem nestled in a wooded area, act fast.
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Politics & Government

Overlooked: Dallas Council Weighs Changing Race-Based Voting For Mayor Pro Tems

The election of Chad West and Jaime Resendez didn’t get a lot of ink. But the motion to reduce their terms to one-year from two signals more changes to come.