Friday, May 27, 2022 May 27, 2022
83° F Dallas, TX

D Magazine June 1995

Betrayed?

Paul Zane Pilzer is suing a Dallas law firm for malpractice. His own high-speed liestyle may also be on trial.
By 

CELEBRITY picks

By 

CHRISTINA’S WORLD

Meet the most awesomely organized, time-managing, planned-out person in Dallas. (And don’t be late.)
By 

D mail

By 

designs FOR LIVING GREAT HOMES

Designer Michael Fannin creates a bucolic retreat within the Dallas city limits.
By 

EDITOR’S page

By 

GEARING UP FOR GOLF

By 

Got a Minute?

Busy Dallasites (quickly) share their time-saving secrets.
By 

HELP! HOW TO GET MORE TIME IN YOUR LIFE

Is this a day in your life?
By 

JUNE attractions

By 

Lethal Weapon

By 

Love Is in the Air

By 

MODERN TIMES Who Really Dunnit?

The new Conspiracy Museum tries to rewrite the history books with a tale of government lies, murder, and deception.
By 

Net Cost: ZERO

By 

PASSIONS Taming the Snake

Wake up, America. With 400 horses and a $62, 000 price tag, the Dodge Viper is what’s been missing from today’s car market.
By 

PEOPLE Whatever Happened to the Class of ’65?

This month, it’s reunion time for a Highland Park High School class that is haunted by the untimely deaths of 19 classmates.
By 

Reluctant SAVIOR

FOLLWING THE TEACHINGS OF JAMES CASH PENNEY HIMSELF, W. R. HOWELL TOOK A SLEEPY RETAIL CHAIN KNOWN PRIMARILY FOR POLYESTER DUDS AND LAWNMOWERS, MOVED IT FROM NEW YORK CITY TO A LITTLE TOWN CALLED PLANO-AND SET THE RETAIL INDUSTRY ON ITS EAR. NOW, BEFORE THE CHEERING STOPS, HE’S READY TO BOW OUT.
By 

Restaurant Listings

By 

RESTAURANTS Street Eats

As temperatures soar, Dallas heads outside to eat. Go figure. But sometimes, only a patio will do.
By 

STRONG VITAL SIGNS

Outstanding Physicians and Research Programs at t h e Heart of Local Economic Boom
By 

Techno-Kids

By 

The Latest Wrap on DART

By 

THUMBS UP

By 

Time Busters

Services and such that will add hours to your day.
By 

Update Dad

Traditional gifts abound for your thoroughly modern man.
By 

VISION QUEST: JIM AND CHRISTINE’S QUASI-MYSTICAL ADVENTURE

Affluent city dwellers are flocking to Fossil Using unorthodox business practices & New to save cheetahs and maned wolves from Rim for a spiritual encounter with Nature. Age philosophy, two eco-visionaries hope extinction-and to make some money.
By