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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF D_MAGAZINE
58.9% of d_magazine's followers are female and 41.1% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.30%. The average number of likes per post is 611 and the average number of comments is 12.
D_magazine loves posting about Travel, Food, Adventure.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR D_MAGAZINE
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF D_MAGAZINE
- Beauty & Fashion 66.40 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 57.86 %
- Art & Design 57.19 %
- Fitness & Yoga 45.29 %
- Children & Family 44.33 %
- Business & Careers 42.76 %
- Entertainment 39.81 %
- Travel & Tourism 38.25 %
- Home & Garden 36.89 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 35.87 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 33.54 %
- Movies and TV 32.93 %
Happy Friday y’all! We’re excited to introduce our IG foodie round up: NewsBites! Each Friday, we’ll pull together the top foodie stories of the week to help you stay on top of it all. So swipe through to digest Dallas’ top stories and head to the link in our bio if you’re hungry for more.
There are 1,398,579 registered voters in Dallas County and nearly 60,000 of them went to the polls on the first day of early voting. By the afternoon, most polling sites had waits of no more than 15 minutes. We sent out a photographer to capture what it early voting was like in Dallas County, so head to the link in our bio to take a look at some scenes from a record-setting Tuesday. Photography by: Bret Redman I @bretredman
Sitting posh and pretty, this home is the epitome of luxury living. Visit the link in our bio to take a virtual peek inside the stately 3520 Bryn Mawr in University Park. #dallasrealestate #luxuryrealestate #daveperrymillerrealestate
When Park Place was founded over thirty years ago, its mission was to provide extraordinary ownership experiences for its clients. That mission remains the same today. Head to the link in our bio to discover the five ways that Park Place incorporates both style and substance into the car-purchasing (and car-owning) experience.
Gov. Abbott Is Letting County Judges Decide Whether To Reopen Bars on October 14. Bars can operate up to 50 percent indoor capacity, but the governor leaves the decision up to County Judges to opt in. So the onus will be on Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, yet again, to make the call. He said he will not open them. Now, all businesses currently allowed to operate at 50 percent capacity—zoos, museums, bowling alleys, aquariums, movie theaters, and more—can expand to 75 percent, also on October 14. Head to the link in our bio to read more.
10 Places to Celebrate National Noodle Day in North Texas. Noodle-obsessives rejoice! Today, October 6, is that day and we’ve been plotting where to celebrate. Slippery udon, translucent rice noodles, wavy ramen, delicate soba, hand-crafted gnocchi—no matter your noodle persuasion, we have a recommendation. So head to the link in our bio to start slurpin now! Where will you be celebrating?
Reminder: today is the LAST day to register to vote in the November 3 presidential election. To register, you must download and print a voter registration form, fill it out, and mail it to your local election office. And make sure your form is postmarked by October 5 (today). You may also visit your local voter registrar or county election admin’s office to pick up a paper voter registration application and register in person. Check your voter registration status at votetexas.gov or at the link in our bio and get out there to vote! Early voting begins on Oct 13 and will end on Oct. 30.
In our September issue, we excerpted a chapter from Jamie Thompsons’ book, Standoff, which chronicles the 2016 downtown Dallas shooting that left five officers dead. The feature focuses on SWAT negotiator Larry Gordon, who talked to the shooter for hours after SWAT cornered him in a hallway at El Centro. The book dives into Gordon’s personal struggle as a Black man in law enforcement. To colleagues, he’d explain the Black community’s perspective–even he had been racially profiled and pulled over while oﬀ duty. To relatives and friends, Gordon would defend cops, trying to explain the use of force and the dangers of the job. Get to know Larry and read his full story at the link in our bio.
The Shops at Park Lane's Market series kicks off this Saturday! Live music by @justintiptonmusic and a live art piece by @marpohl Shop handcrafted goods from local artisans every first Saturday of the month through December. The Market at Park Lane will be located next to the Park situated between Zoës Kitchen and Starbucks from 10AM to 3PM on Saturday, October 3, November 7, and December 5. Please visit shopsatparklane.com for safety practices and procedures. #shopsatparklane
The journey to get to the Stanley Cup Finals has been nothing short of extraordinary. We're already looking forward to next season and can't wait to cheer our Dallas Stars on. Thanks for a great season. Photo by Glenn James/NHLI via Getty Images
Dallas’ New Budget Is a Step In the Right Direction But No One is Happy. Dallas’ budget for the next year doesn’t defund the police; it actually gives them more money. It was also the most contested budget vote in a decade. Head to the link in our bio to read more about yesterday’s City Council budget voting and what activists and Council members have to say.
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