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  • D Magazine
    It was 1974. Jim Atkinson and Wick Allison had recently graduated from the University of Texas and were inspired to communicate with Dallas via an independent city magazine. They worked late into the evening as Allison attended graduate school, developing story ideas and reaching out to local businesspeople for financial backing. After they connected with Stanley Marcus of Neiman Marcus fame, the retailer recommended D magazine to his 200,000 cardholders. Demand shot up instantly, and they hadn't even printed the first issue. As the candid editorial content and assertive tone of D magazine gained attention, it also attracted heavy criticism. Atkinson and Allison relied on honest journalistic methods to inspire and provoke their readers. And though the editorial team's commitment to addressing controversial issues soon drove away less-than-stalwart sponsors, the magazine continued to gain support from its readers. After relocating to New York and founding Art & Antiques?the world's largest circulated art and antiques magazine thanks to its subscriber base and the 72-point font text used in every article?Allison returned to D magazine in 1995 to continue delving into the rich culture of Dallas and Fort Worth. Today,D Magazine focuses on the best that Dallas has to offer, from hot new restaurants and the best suburbs to buy a home, to nightlife activities and business news. Their "Best of Big D" feature highlights top-rated local businesses in categories as diverse as "Best Designer-Label Clothing" and "Best Theater".
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    750 N Saint Paul St
    Dallas, TX US
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    1201 Elm St
    Dallas, TX US
  • The Shabby Sheep
    Nestled inside a cozy vintage cottage, the award-winning Shabby Sheep swaths learners in handmade fibers and local artists’ knitting knowledge. In the Quick Start Knit classes small groups unravel needlework basics such as casting on, binding off, and wrestling yarn balls from clawing lemurs. During the course of 90 minutes students discover how to craft snowman-ready scarves and other rectangular objects. Crocheters practice the stitches that bind lace and doilies, learning to wield hooks with the grace of a pirate ballerina. Participants leave with new needle-working know-how as well as a tight-knit group of friends, eager to return to The Shabby Sheep for future shopping trips and stitching socials.
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    2110 Boll Street
    Dallas, TX US
  • Slaughterhouse
    In Deep Ellum, Elm Street isn't just home to scary, razor-wielding men in striped shirts. At Slaughter House Haunted House, creatures, frights, and disturbed murderers coexist in 16,000 square feet of twisting paths and dark corners. For more than a decade, they've opened their doors during the Halloween season, as well as key days throughout the year, such as St. Patrick's Day weekend or the day a ghost decides to retire.
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    2615 Elm St.
    Dallas, TX US
  • Dallas Pinup
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    2928 Main St
    Dallas, TX US
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