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D Magazine September 1995

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Addison is Hotter than Oak Cliff

And we’re not talking about the restaurant scene
By D Magazine
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And Now, the Real Experts Speak

Ten teens tell us what their hippest friends will be flaunting this fall-and what it’s all really worth.
By D Magazine
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BUSINESS The Recovery Speeds Up

Nobody doubts that Dallas is back. The question we asked is, why?
By Larry Upshaw
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DESIGNS

By Derro Evans
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DINING OUT NEW RESTAURANT REVIEWS Kirby’s Steakhouse: Born-Again Legend

Also: Sumo Sushi, Pepper Square, Chow Thai, and Mainstream Fish House
By D Magazine
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EDITOR’S PAGE The Boys of Autumn

The enduring mystique of America’s Team
By Chris Tucker
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Exit “The Knockoff King”

Costa’s gone, but an ex-model has designs on big bucks
By D Magazine
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FAMILY SPOILED BRATS?. . . Not my Kids

Jet Skis, CDs, personal trainers, “thump funds”-our house had become a war zone in the battle of the bucks. It looked like our young consumers were winning. Then we decided to take a stand.
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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FOOD & DRINK

OUR MONTHLY MENU OF TRENDS & TIDBITS
By D Magazine
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Highand Park Village A PLACE FOR A LEISURELY STROLL OR A DAY OF SHOPPING

Highland Park Village in Dallas. Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa; all represent standards of excellence in retail shopping. offering high fashions. fine accessories and elegant home furnishings to a demographically affluent clientele. Yet the others do not have the Village’s eclectic retail tenant mix: exclusive Hermés, rarefied Chanel, dramatic Calvin Klein, elegant St. John Knits and stunning Escada rubbing figurative shoulders with a groce
By D Magazine
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No hymns, no hype, no hypocrisy… The Barry Switzer Nobody Knows

Living in the shadows of Tom Landry and Jimmy Johnson, he’s the most misunderstood coach the Cowboys have ever had. The fans and the media may not know who he is, but he knows. And in Switzer’s world, that’s all that matters.
By SKIP BAYLESS
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OPENERS

WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GO: OUR SELECTIVE GUIDE
By D Magazine
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PEOPLE Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?

Familiar faces from your favorite intersections.
By D Magazine
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POLITICS Doing the Texas Two-Step

In Washington, Martin Frost dances to the left, while back home in the district he waltzes to the right. In 1996 the music may stop.
By Rich Lowry
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RELIGION INNOCENCE LOST

Two Dallas priests are accused of molesting more than a dozen boys. As I discovered, one of the victims was my childhood friend. A key question: How far up in the Church hierarchy does responsibility lie?
By Dan Michalski
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SPORTS SIDEBAR Write’em, Cowboys

A hefty reader’s guide to America’s Team
By Carlton Stowers
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Tearing Down the Past

The ongoing demolition of Preston Hollow’s great estates
By D Magazine
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THE CITY Does Ray Hunt Own City Hall?

Or has one of Dallas’ best reporters gone absolutely nuts?
By Steve Bartlett