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  1. Nominate the Most Powerful Business Leaders in Dallas-Fort WorthRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 14 | D Magazine

    The editors of D CEO have begun work on the 2017 edition of the Dallas 500 . This collection of profiles of the 500 most influential business and community leaders in North Texas - from Mark Cuban to ExxonMobil's Rex Tillerson - is the culmination of months of research and interviews.

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  2. Leading OffRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 14 | D Magazine

    Southwest Airlines is going to provide free air travel to 500 people after the police shootings last week. "Our focus during this response has been providing travel for the families of those who lost loved ones or have loved ones recovering from injuries," said Dennis Post, Southwest's manager of emergency response.

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  3. What to See at the Asian Film Festival of DallasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | D Magazine

    The Asian Film Festival of Dallas is the only chance many North Texas moviegoers will have to see some of the best new films to come out of Japan, China, Indonesia, Korea, Hong Kong, and other country's on the world's biggest continent. Most of the movies at the Asian Film Festival of Dallas are not otherwise coming to a theater near you, and that alone should make it a treat.

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  4. Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: July 13Read the original story

    Wednesday Jul 13 | D Magazine

    Tonight's movie on the rooftop at Sundown at Granada is the Farrelly Brothers bowling comedy Kingpin . Tonight's whiskey is half-off.

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  5. Alamo Drafthouse Offers Free Movie Tickets to North Texas Police OfficersRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 13 | D Magazine

    Since last Thursday, we've seen our city come together in some pretty incredible ways. Lots of powerful words have been said since then, but none can really do justice to the brave actions of Dallas' law enforcement officers last week.

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  6. Courtney Loves Dallas Premieres TonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 5, 2013 | D Magazine

    A Q&A with the reality TV star on fan mail, hate mail, Matt Nordgren drama, and cursing on camera. Whether you've decided you love her or not, it's hard to deny that fashion blogger Courtney Kerr is, at the least, entertaining.

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  7. The Memorial Service as Seen From Klyde Warren ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | D Magazine

    Dragonflies had the lawn all to themselves today at Klyde Warren, as people sought shelter from the noonday sun under the red oaks that line the paths at the edges of the park. Let's call it a few hundred souls, all there to watch a broadcast of the memorial service for five slain cops, held just blocks away at the Meyerson Symphony Center.

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  8. Dallas Startup Conversable Adds Pizza Hut, Whole Foods to its PlatformRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 12 | D Magazine

    Dallas-based startup Conversable has added a major grocer and international pizza chain to its list of clients, and partnered with two global companies just one month after launching. Conversable, which uses chatbots to help companies automatically interact with consumers across messaging channels, announced that it's added Plano-based Pizza Hut and Austin-based Whole Foods to its list of paying customers.

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  9. Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: July 12Read the original story

    Tuesday Jul 12 | D Magazine

    The work of Norman Lewis , the abstract painter and major figure in the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s, is featured in a new-ish show at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth.

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  10. At Parkland, Difficult Discussions on Race, Emotional Toll Follow Police ShootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | D Magazine

    A Monday afternoon press conference at Parkland Memorial Hospital quickly veered into the emotional, dispatching with the standard minute-by-minute details of treating seven wounded Dallas police officers in favor of difficult conversations on race and emotional duress. Dr. Brian Williams was the trauma surgeon in charge of the emergency room the night a gunman opened up on police manning a Black Lives Matter protest downtown, killing five officers, wounding seven more, and harming another two civilians.

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  11. The Leadership Lessons of David BrownRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | D Magazine

    In one of the toughest jobs imaginable - police chief of a major city - during one of that city's greatest crises ever, David Brown has provided a textbook lesson in leadership. Calm and cool, resolute and steely-eyed, candid and courageous and humble and compassionate, Dallas' top cop has been pitch-perfect in handling an outrageously tragic and evil situation.

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  12. Seven Dallas Workshops to Try This SummerRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 12 | D Magazine

    As summer winds down, make the most of your remaining free time by snagging a slot in one of these creative workshops. The Details: The two-hour class teaches how to manipulate colors and paint on an aqueous surface, and then transfer them to paper for a look similar to marble.

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  13. Events to Honor Victims of Dallas ShootingRead the original story

    Monday Jul 11 | D Magazine

    If you know of an event that is not represented here, email [email protected] . We'll update this list accordingly.

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  14. Chief Brown Just Told Lawmakers Exactly What They Need to Hear About Policing in AmericaRead the original story

    Monday Jul 11 | D Magazine

    Speaking at a news conference a couple of hours ago, Dallas Police Chief David Brown laid out what he thinks underlies the escalation of police brutality and instances of police homicide in this country. In short, "We are asking cops to do to much," the chief said.

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  15. How Do You Prepare for the Worst? Inside Baylor's ER the Night Tragedy StruckRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 10 | D Magazine

    Dallas Police cars in front of the Baylor University Medical Center in the early hours of July 8. The Dallas police cruiser had a blown-out back tire, its side crudely splattered with crimson blood. It rambled into the emergency bay at Baylor University Medical Center just after 9 p.m. on Thursday.

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  16. Cinepolis USA Moves HQ from California to AddisonRead the original story

    Friday Jul 1 | D Magazine

    Mexican theater chain Cinepolis has relocated its U.S. headquarters from Los Angeles to Addison as it prepares continues its expansion across the country. "Our company is just blowing up," said April Mendoza, vice president of marketing and sales for Cinepolis USA.

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  17. Dallas-Set Drama Queen of the South More Than a Guilty PleasureRead the original story

    Monday Jul 11 | D Magazine

    Queen of the South is a Dallas-set crime drama that follows Teresa Mendoza , a woman who gets caught up with the wrong crowd - specifically, a Mexican drug cartel. She flees to Texas after the death of her drug-trafficking boyfriend, and ends up leading her own drug empire in North Texas.

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  18. Where to Find a Round Beach Towel in DallasRead the original story

    Monday Jul 11 | D Magazine

    Living in Instagram era, we're constantly thinking about how every day objects will look under our favorite flattering filter. We wouldn't pick out a sun hat without thinking about how well it would photograph from above, or even dream of missing the opportunity to print a party's hashtag on a cocktail napkin.

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  19. The Names and Faces of All the Dallas Officers Killed Last NightRead the original story

    Friday Jul 8 | D Magazine

    The Dallas Police officers killed in last night's ambush have been identified as Lorne Ahrens, Michael Krol, Michael Smith, and Patrick Zamarripa. The DART officer killed was Brent Thompson.

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  20. 'Does It Always Have to Be That Hatred Forces Us To Love?': Thanks-Giving Square, 7/8/16Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | D Magazine

    I don't know if I can do justice to the speakers - a mix of city and state officials and men of faith - who stood in the noonday sun for an hour at Thanks-Giving Square and sought to make something out of the nothingness of last night. "You see a bunch of people arrayed before you who are used to speaking, but none of us know what to say," Rabbi David Stern of Temple Emanu-El said at one point.

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