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Berkshire Court. 8411 Preston Road. 17 specialty shops, 2 restaurants. 692-5000.

Big Town Mall. Highway 80 East at Loop 12. About 55 stores anchored by JCPenney, Montgomery Ward, Foley’s, and Woolworth’s. 327-4541.

Casa Linda Plaza. Garland and Buckner Roads in East Dallas. Large center with a wide variety of shopping. 321-2611.

Caruth Plaza. Park Lane at Central Expressway. About 50 stores, including Abercrombie & Fitch. 750-4820.

Collin Creek Mall. 811 North Central Expressway at FM 544. Piano. Houses 150 shops, including Lord & Taylor and Foley’s. 422-1070.

The Corner. 9850 North Central Expressway at Walnut Hill Lane. Restaurants, specialty shops. 361-8337.

The Crescent. 2200 Cedar Springs. Many specialty stores and clothing boutiques. Anchored by Stanley Kor-shak. a multilevel fine clothing and home furnishings store. 871-8500.

Calleria. 13350 Dallas Partway at LBJ Freeway. Contains major stores such as Macy’s, Marshall Field’s, Saks Fifth Avenue. Gump’s, and Tiffany’s, and more than 185 specialty stores. 702-7100.

Highland Park Village. Preston Road at Mockingbird. One of Dallas’s oldest and most beautiful boutique-type shopping areas with 50 shops. 559-2746.

Inwood Village. Lovers Lane between Inwood Road and Dallas North Tollway. 50 specialty stores, including Marie Leavell, plus the Inwood Theatre. 350-7626.

Irving Mall. Belt Line at Highway 183, Irving. Anchored by JCPenney. Sears, Mervyn’s and Diliard’s. 255-0571.

Mandalay Canal. Highway 114 at O’Connor Road. Las Colinas. Venetian-style canal area and walkway with approximately 30 specialty shops. 255-8506.

Miracle Mile Lovers Lane between Douglas and Inwood Road. Restaurants and haute couture shops.

NorthPark Center. Northwest Highway at North Central Expressway. Five major stores (Neiman-Marcus, Dillard’s, JCPenney. Lord & Taylor; Frost Bros.), more than 150 shops, and 17 restaurants. 363-7441.

Old Town. Lovers Lane at Greenville Avenue. Approximately 40 shops, restaurants, and clubs. 934-3603.

Olla Podrida. Coit Road between Forest Lane and LBJ Freeway. 65 specialty stores and arts, crafts, and collectibles.

Plaza of the Americas. 600 North Pearl Gift shops. clothing shops, end restaurants circle Americas Ice Garden, an ice-skating rink open year-round. 880-0001.

Preston Center. Preston Road at Northwest Highway. Many specialty stores anchored by Foley’s. 750-5956.’

Preston Royal. Preston Road and Royal Lane. Restaurants, clothiers, and grocery and drug stores.

Prestonwood Town Center. Belt Line between Preston Road and Dallas Parkway. Contains an ice-skating rink, restaurants, Neiman-Marcus. and other major department stores. 980-4275.

Promenade Center. Coil Road between Arapaho and Belt Line. Specialty and clothing shops and restaurants. 231-5141.

Quadrangle. 2800 Routh Street. Newly renovated shopping complex includes clothes stores, specialty shops, restaurants, photo galleries, and Theatre Three. 871-0878.

Red Bird Mall. Highway 67 at Camp Wisdom Road. Major stores are JCPenney, Foley’s. Sears, and Dillard’s. 296-1491.

Richardson Square Mall. 501 S. Plano at Belt Line. Large assortment of stores, including Dillard’s, Montgomery Ward, and Sears. 783-0117.

Snider Plaza. Hillcrest between Lovers Lane and Mockingbird Lane. Contains 100 specialty stores, including Kuby’s and the Craft Compound.

Town East Mall. LBJ Freeway between I-20 and I-30, Mesquite. About 190 stores. 270-4431.

Travis Walk. 4514 Travis Street. Men’s and women’s clothiers, gift shops, and a variety of restaurants. 521-0626.

Valley View Center. LBJ Freeway at Preston Road. Anchored by Foley’s, Sears. Dillard’s, and Bloomingdale’s. More than 200 stores. 661-2424.

Village at Bachman Lake. W.Northwest Highway between Marsh Lane and Webbs Chapel. Several specialty stores and restaurants. 956-7881.

Village on the Parkway. 5100 Belt Line, at the southeast corner of Belt Line and Dallas Parkway. A large fashion center of specialty boutiques. 661-5661.

Villages of Preston Hollow. Northwest Highway and Midway Road. Restaurants and specialty stores.

West End Marketplace. On Market Street at Munger in the downtown West End Historic District. A festival marketplace filled with novelty shops, restaurants, and bars. 954-4357.

Woodlane Plaza. 5600 W. Lovers Lane. 22 retail stores, plus restaurants. Largest store is the Children’s Connection, which features children’s clothing, shoes, and even a salon. 353-0021.

Wynnewood Village Shopping Center. Illinois at South Zang. Community landmark set on 62 landscaped acres with stores and restaurants. Built in 1949.943-4351.


Lincoln Court. Little Road south of 1-20. Stripling Cox and several specialty shops and restaurants.

Lincoln Square. Comer of North Collins and 1-30. More than 50 stores. including Stripling Cox, The Container Store, and TCI Friday’s restaurant. 265-5233.

Mayfair Village. Norwood and Grapevine Highway in Hurst. Many stores, including Monnigs, Wallace’s, and Bill Martin’s.

North East Mall. Intersection of Loop 820 and Highway 121 in Hum. Center has 100 shops including Sears. JCPenney, Montgomery Ward, and Dillard’s. (817) 284-2427.

North Hills Mall. Intersection of Loop 820 West and Grapevine Highway in North Richland Hills. Striping Cox, Mervyn’s, and Foley’s are the anchor stores. (817) 589-2236.

Outlet Malls of America. Discount shopping located at Rufe Snow and Loop 820 in North Richland Hills. (817) 281-7283.

The Parks at Arlington. I-20 and Cooper Street About 50 stores anchored by Sears, Dillard’s, and Mervyn’s. 467-0200.

Six Flags Mall. Intersection of Highways 80 and 360. Includes 95 stores; anchors include Sears. JCPenney, and Foley’s. (817) 640-1641.


Yeah, there’s nothing like winning. But having won comes pretty close, and the Cowboys are the winningest team in football over the past two decades. Speak, memory: Meredith, Lilly, Hayes, Neely, Cole, Waters, Harris, Staubach, Pearson, Jones, Dorsett. They put together twenty consecutive winning seasons, an NFL record, from 1966 (with LBJ and the Beatles) to 1985 (Reagan and Motley Crie). Hard times fell in ’86 and ’87, and cynics do love to chine that it’s been almost ten years since the Metallic Blue graced the Super Bowl. But when it comes to this team, many fans are ready to forgive and remember. And hope: With St. Tom at the helm, there’s always a link to the glory days. Now if only Herschel Walker doesn’t retire and take up chess.

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