Tuesday, September 27, 2022 Sep 27, 2022
77° F Dallas, TX

D Magazine October 1995

Publications

Battle of the Tabloids

Belo Backs The Met. Their Target Is the Observer.
By D Magazine
Publications

BUSINESS How I Learned to Sell

Today they are symbols of success in sales. But there was a time when the names of Ross Perot, Mary Kay Ash, and Ebby Halliday did not open doors. Here are the lessons they learned from early failure and success.
By D Magazine
Publications

BUSINESS The New Computer Elite

In Dallas the Big Money Is No Longer Big Oil
By Dan Michalski
Publications

DESIGN

By MARIANA GREENE
Publications

DINING OUT NEW RESTAURANT REVIEWS Teppo: Irresistible Japanese Cuisine

Also: Eduardo, Tuppee Tong, Fresh ’n Light, and Macho’s Cafe and Bar
By D Magazine
Publications

HEALTH Confessions of a Nocturnal Noisemaker

Snoring has been called “nature’s contraceptive.” Joking aside, those irritating sounds can also point to a serious health problem.
By Brian Melton
Publications

HEALTH I USED TO BE A DOCTOR (NOW I’M A HEALTH CARE PROVIDER)

I don’t like it and neither should you. How managed care is tying my hands and damaging your health.
By DR. JEFFREY R. THURSTON
Publications

Law “Dear Potential Litigant…”

Despite attempts to regulate their behavior, personal injury lawyers are just a fender bender away-on TV, in the Yellow Pages, everywhere.
By Carol Craver
Publications

Little Quiet Houses That Make a Neighborhood……Big, Loud Houses That Don’t.

We asked Jay C. Henry, professor of architecture at UT-Arlington, to pick five examples of the historic Highland Park bungalow that is so often bulldozed to make way for another colossal display of hubris. Look closely; these lovely little houses may not be around much longer.
Publications

MEDIA Our TV Family

Tracy, Mike, Jane, Gerry, Dale, Midge, and Phyllis are like members of the family-the wise father, the handsome married couple, the nerdy uncle, the irritating kid brother. Where does your favorite-or least favorite-TV personality fit in?
By Brad Bailey
Publications

OPENERS

WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GO: OUR SELECTIVE GUIDEG
By D Magazine
Publications

Sixteen Hours in Hell

What’s happening on the new Fox 4 Texas? Maury Povich, Geraldo, Jerry Springer, men who used to be women and wish they could go back, Complain-O-Vision, “news” that isn’t, ad nauseam. Our reporter watches, so you won’t have to.
By D Magazine
Publications

STYLISH RETREATS

New Mexico is. a miracle cure for exhausted urbanites
By D Magazine
Publications

THE CITY End of the Yes-and-No Men

Why the Dallas Citizens Council Can’t Lead.
Publications

WHAT WOMEN DON’T KNOW CAN HURT THEM

Women’s health has traditionally been treated like a neglected stepchild in our system. It’s time for a new model.
By KATIE SHERROD
Publications

WHO RUINED HIGHLAND PARK?

Once a bastion of genteel living, “The Hubble” is becoming an unsightly hodgepodge of Junior League Georgians, “Taras near the Tollway,” and million-dollar behemoths. A longtime resident wonders what has been lost in the frenzy.
By Prudence Mackintosh
Publications

YESTERDAY

1895: A Fair to Remember
By Tom Peeler