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Tim Rogers

Tim Rogers

Editor

Tim is the editor of D Magazine, where he has worked since 2001. He won a National Magazine Award in 2012 for a profile he wrote of Barrett Brown. He is a graduate of Cistercian Preparatory School and the University of Notre Dame. He likes fire trucks.

Stories by Tim Rogers

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Transportation

I-345 Debate: How Much Time Does the Evil Highway Really Save Us?

The Transportation Committee cares more about cars than it does people.
Local News

Leading Off (6/28/22)

Cloudy today, with a high of 91 and a chance of the Supreme Court destroying the EPA.
Bill Hutchinson at his annual pajama party
Local News

Bill Hutchinson No-Billed by Dallas County Grand Jury

The real estate developer still faces charges in California.
Local News

Leading Off (6/21/22)

Sunny today, with a high of 100 and chances of Jerry Jones dissing Eric Johnson
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Local News

How a New York Writer Found Her Way to a Story About a South Oak Cliff Funeral Home

Eleanor Cummins reports this month on the Golden Gate Funeral Home.

Stories by Tim Rogers

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Dallas History

David Witts Got to Terlingua 50 Years Too Early

The Dallas businessman invested in the area long before its current boom.
Local News

Leading Off (6/14/22)

The sun will come out later today, and we'll hit only 97. Bring a light sweater.
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Politics & Government

Here’s the Short List for Dallas’ Next City Manager

This is an important decision. Let's take it seriously.
Joaquin Zihuatanejo
Person of Interest

How Dallas’ Poet Laureate Plans to Connect the City

Joaquín Zihuatanejo, the first-ever poet laureate of Dallas, believes poetry can be a bridge.