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  1. Will Robot Worms Tunnel Under Downtown Dallas?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 25 | D Magazine

    There are two questions that came to mind when I read this WSJ story about "massive robotic worms" that are being used to tunnel beneath cities all over the world. 1) Are our DART engineers aware of these worms? Because the tunneling option for D2 , the second rail line through downtown, has always made more sense to me.

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  2. GQ Says WFAA Just Killed #RunningManChallengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 25 | D Magazine

    Monica Hernandez and Wes Houx of WFAA-Channel 8 gave the latest viral dance craze, the #RunningManChallenge, a go yesterday on their morning news show. And yet, you never really know how strong a dance craze is until it's attempted by a couple of daytime local news anchors.

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  3. Forget About Buying a New Home Under $200K in North TexasRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 25 | D Magazine

    Citing a report by housing-market data service Metrostudy, HousingWire says anyone looking for a brand-new starter home for under $200,000 in the Dallas-Fort Worth area is out of luck: "First-quarter starts data presents further evidence of Dallas-Ft. Worth's market shift in price," said Paige Shipp, regional director of Metrostudy's Dallas office.

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  4. Winners and Losers This Week in Dallas, 4/22/16Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 22 | D Magazine

    It's time again for a quick rundown of who moved ahead, and who fell behind, during the last seven days in North Texas. Dallas ISD's School For the Talented and Gifted Five straight years the magnet campus has earned bragging rights as the best high school in the country , according to U.S. News & World Report .

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  5. Kinky Friedman Brings His Irreverent Satire to The LodgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 21 | D Magazine

    It was an eclectic group that gathered at The Lodge last night to mark the establishment's 20th anniversary with a special appearance by Kinky Friedman, the iconic, irreverent Jewish Texan singer/songwriter/novelist and sometime political candidate . There in a private back room at the "classy gentlemen's" club were people like the Lodge founder and CEO Dawn Rizos, Robert Wilonsky and Gromer Jeffers Jr. from The Dallas Morning News , The Ticket's Mike Rhyner, and Ruth Buzzi.

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  6. Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: April 25Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 25 | D Magazine

    Drew Wall, Alex Organ, and Natalie Young in Second Thought Theatre's The Great God Pan . Photo by Karen Almond.

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  7. Author: Glass Ceiling Won't Shatter Until Men are Caregivers, TooRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 25 | D Magazine

    Former U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, a Texas Republican, is a big fan of Anne-Marie Slaughter, who's written a new book about attaining "true equality" between women and men, including in the workplace. The author "has given us a blueprint for the future in which women truly have freedom to choose," Hutchison wrote in a promotional blurb for Slaughter's "Unfinished Business: Women, Men, Work, Family."

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  8. The Real Housewives of Dallas Episode 2 RecapRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 19 | D Magazine

    I won't bore you with a full recounting of the trouble I had last night with my DVR and how that forced me to get creative to watch the show in a way that allowed me to pause and rewind it. Nor will I vent my spleen over having to miss the Mavs' improbable 1-point Game 2 victory over the Thunder so that I could instead watch a show about women wearing hats.

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  9. Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: April 19Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 19 | D Magazine

    Duran Duran, a great band whose impeccable style is its substance, is in Dallas tonight to prove that old new wave and its old guy practitioners are still cool. Elsewhere, the Dallas International Film Festival keeps rolling, and Skip Hollandsworth talks about the Austin axe murderer who can make a claim to being the country's first serial killer.

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  10. Poll: What Should We Rename the Continental Avenue Bridge?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 19 | D Magazine

    One of the earliest events when the Continental Avenue Bridge opened as a pedestrian space in 2014 was a gospel brunch. Christiana mentioned in "Leading Off" the proposal to change the name of the Continental Avenue Bridge to honor former Dallas mayor Ron Kirk.

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  11. Leading OffRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 19 | D Magazine

    Soon, the pedestrian bridge might be called the Ronald Kirk Pedestrian Bridge , after the former Dallas mayor. The name change will be voted on next month.

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  12. Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: April 18Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 18 | D Magazine

    The Dallas International Film Festival keeps rolling, the Smashing Pumpkins unplug at the Majestic, and Ellie Goulding turns the lights on at Verizon Theatre. Welcome to Monday.

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  13. Erykah Badu in The New YorkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 18 | D Magazine

    There are two things you should bear in mind as you read this profile of Erykah Badu in The New Yorker . The first: when our staff photographer, Elizabeth Lavin, who has shot Badu on a number of occasions, recently had a baby, Badu offered to be the doula, and Elizabeth politely declined.

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  14. Best of Big D Shopping Voting Starts TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 18 | D Magazine

    Mostly, our relationship consists of us telling you about cool places to eat, shop, experience, and see. But now it's your turn to tell us your favorite spots around the city.

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  15. Foundry Club Rebrands KoWork with New Franchise ModelRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 15 | D Magazine

    The Foundry Club is rolling out a franchise model that will help serve as a growth vehicle in upcoming months, as it continues to expand at Mockingbird Station. The club, which offers coworking space, executive offices and resources, is launching its first franchise in partnership with KoWork, a three-month old coworking space at the Hartford Building in downtown Dallas.

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  16. State Fair of Texas Willfully Ignorant of Its Economic Impact on DallasRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 15 | D Magazine

    The Morning News has taken a closer look at the "fuzzy math" that the nonprofit State Fair of Texas uses to assure Dallas that it remains a tremendous boon to the local economy. Numbers ranging from $200 million to $600 million have been thrown around, but all of them are pretty much meaningless because the fair doesn't track its attendance: As a private organization, the fair can use whatever measures of success it prefers, [State Fair president Mitchell] Glieber said.

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  17. Ben Fountain on American Exceptionalism and Baseball in The GuardianRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 11 | D Magazine

    Dallas novelist Ben Fountain is writing a series of essays for The Guardian . His latest, published Saturday, is about baseball and Donald Trump and Ronald Reagan.

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  18. Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: April 11Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 11 | D Magazine

    It's a good thing Savages are in town, because it's a pretty quiet Monday evening in Dallas otherwise. The English rock group can make plenty of racket on its own.

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  19. A Blow to the Dallas Garment Business, Ctd.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 11 | D Magazine

    A FrontBurnervian who read last week's post about Dallas-based fashion company Foremost moving its manufacturing to Los Angeles wrote in to encourage us not to retract our June 2015 D Magazine story that had given Foremost positive press for its decision to make its clothes in Dallas in the first place. She'd previously launched her own clothing line produced here and wanted to emphasize that the skills to make great garments still exist in our city: They all have an incredible knowledge base and worked on large-scale accounts and for big designers and the sewing rooms off Harry Hines that existed 40-50 years ago produced many, many well-known ready-to-wear lines.

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  20. How Its Limitations Have Helped UT-Dallas Gain ProminenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 11 | D Magazine

    The Texas Tribune had a piece over the weekend about how the University of Texas at Dallas has garnered a growing national reputation. It's now ranked as the third-best public university in the state , behind only UT-Austin and Texas A&M.

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