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D Magazine November 1996

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A Closer Look Art Finds

Area museums exhibit some surprises.
By D Magazine
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ART A PICTURE OF THE DALLAS NINE

These artists pushed the boundaries of regionalism- and helped shape the culture of the city.
By Patsy Swank
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BIG WIN FOR SMALL BUSINESS

Dallas economist gets medical savings accounts past Ted Kennedy.
By Larry Upshaw
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Ellen Thrower

At 23, Paige Finley never expected to encounter a problem with her health. Just out of college, she had gotten her first real job marking at a small company that didn’t offer health insurance. Like most young adults, Paige lived paycheck to paycheck, but since she was hardly ever sick health care was not a major concern.
By Ellen Thrower
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Exploring Dallas & Fort Worth

Where to Shop, Play & Stay
By D Magazine
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FOOD & DRINK

OUR MONTHLY MENU OF TRENDS & TIDBITS
By D Magazine
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LUXURY HOMES

Back at the Ranch
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On the Town

What to Do & Where to Go: Our Selective Guide
By D Magazine
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OUT FRONT To Build a City

Visionaries aren’t always popular with voters.
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Parents Receive Failing Grade from Greenhill Headmaster

Blame for teen drinking problem sent home.
By Mary Candace Evans
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RELATIONSHIPS Off With the Girls… Uh, Women

The girls-only getaway is fun enough when it’s cheerleading and Camp Waldemar. But it’s a whole lot better when you’re sipping wine along the Champs-Elysées.
By Prudence Mackintosh
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Restaurant Reviews

Places to Meet & Eat: Our Critics’ Picks
By D Magazine
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Seventeen Goes, Like, Totally Local

So, they must think Dallas girls are pretty. Well, no duh!
By D Magazine
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SPORTS The New Mavericks

How did the former star player and the frustrated fan end up running the team? It seems strange, but it just might work. Here’s the story from A (Aguirre) to Z (Zaccanelli).
By SKIP BAYLESS
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STYLE Ladies Who Lunch

The midday meal has always been a good excuse for the well-dressed to come together.
By Kimberly Goad
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THE PINK MAFIA

There’s more to gay Dallas than Cedar Springs and drag queens. Behind the scenes is an upper-class network that is conservative, churchgoing, white-collar and well-connected. They have made Dallas’ gay community the most successful in the nation.
By Kimberly Goad
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Visitor Information

Things You Need to Know; How to Get Around
By D Magazine
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YESTERDAY

Pigskin and Pumpkin Pie
By Tom Peeler