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D Magazine May 1995

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designs FOR LIVING GREAT HOMES

The Mayborns’ home overflows with antique finds and the joy of family.
By Derro Evans
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By D Magazine
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GOLF & DALLAS A Love Affair

From vocation to vacation, from players to spectators, Dallasites are passionate about golf.
By Vinton Murray
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lrving Las Colinas

From the enchanting work and play environment of Las Colinas, to the excitement of Texas Stadium, to the refinement of the arts, the lifeblood of the metroplex runs through…
By D Magazine
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Mike vs.lke

Big money. Big headlines. Big egos. No wonder Dallas’ two most celebrated divorce lawyers got a “divorce” of their own.
By LORI FAIRCHILD
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PEOPLE ’They Say Time Heals, But It Doesn’t”

After the “Texas Justice” miniseries, Priscilla Davis is mad all over again.
By SALLY GIDDENS STEPHENSON
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Playground of the Mind

TOYS, GAMES, CONCERTS, OR LOW SHELVER? ONE MOTHER MUSES ON THE SECRETS OF A GOOD CHILDREN’S BOOKSTORE
By Catherine Newton
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POPCULTURE Purple with Rage

So he’s simple-minded and sappy. So what? A fan defends Barney, Dallas’ favorite dinosaur, against a nationwide hate campaign.
By Glenna Whitley
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RESTAURANTS Sooth of the Border

Ay, caramba! Stamp your culinary passport and sample the authentic tastes of El Salvador, Cuba, Guatemala, and Mexico.
By Jill Harris
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THE NEW AGE OF DIVORCE Custody: Getting Past the Anger

What happens when one parent gets custody, but the other doesn’t go away? Good things.
By Larry Upshaw
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THE NEW AGE OF DIVORCE The Ordeal

My parents’ divorce was awful, but it gave me a story to tell.
By Tim Rogers
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THE NEW AGE OF DIVORCE The Top Lawyers

Gone are the gunslingers of old. Today, Dallas’ best family lawyers have to be teachers, accountants, psychologists…
By Larry Upshaw
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WAR & MEMORY

Fifty years after World War II, four sons and a daughter remember their fathers’ sacrifice.
By SOL VILLASANA
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WHO SAYS BOOKS ARE DEAD?

IT SHOULDN’T WORK, BUT IT DOES. GIANT SUPERSTORES LIKE BORDERS AND BARNES & NOBLE CREATE AN INTIMATE LITERARY COMMUNITY.
By Hanne Klein