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D Magazine January 1997

BOOMZONES NORTHERN EXPOSURE

As North Texas’ growth continues, will Frisco become the next Plano?
By ERIN J. HENDERSON

CENTRALLY LOCATED

Businesses gripe about ongoing construction mess.
By D Magazine

EDITOR’S NOTE

By Mike Orren

Exploring Dallas & Fort Worth

Where to Shop, Play & Stay
By D Magazine

False Alarm

Church council sparks racial controversy and gets burned.
By D Magazine

FAMILIES A PARENT’S GUIDE TO Summer Camps

The rite of passage known as summer camp has taken a beating from social change. But there are still plenty of places to sing “Kum Ba Yah”-and make the first baby steps toward the right sorority and a head start on career networking.
By Mary Candace Evans

FOOD & DRINK

OUR MONTHLY MENU OF TRENDS & TIDBITS
By D Magazine

HERITAGE THE ART OF THE (HANDSHAKE) DEAL

Some of the biggest deals in Dallas history were clinched without a contract.
By Tom Peeler

InvestiGATED

Chit-chat with guards breaks ice-and opens gates.
By D Magazine

LETTERS

By D Magazine

MARKET REPORT The Executives Guide to TELECOMMUNICATIONS

With the speed of information transfer increasing exponentially, here’s how to keep pace in the Dallas-Fort Worth market.

Maybe There Is a Music Scene in Dallas

A piece of the Austin music-biz machine has quietly packed up and moved north.
By Elizabeth Burnett

On the Town

What to Do & Where to Go: Our Selective Guide
By D Magazine

OUT FRONT You Asked For It

Our new magazine tracks region’s business dynamic.

PEOPLE HAIL AND FAREWELL

A world-renowned business leader. A beautiful movie star and gracious philanthropist. A novelist with an eye for the dark, political thriller. They all touched the world in a unique way. Others were known in smaller circles. We say goodbye to 31 significant people who left us in 1996.
By D Magazine

PEROT’S PARTNERS

When Mort Meyerson was looking for a partner to run Perot Systems, be knew be needed an entrepreneur. IBM’s most unlBMisb executive was the man for the job.
By JIM HENDERSON
Restaurant Review

Restaurant Reviews

Places to Meet & Eat: Our Critics’ Picks
By D Magazine

SPORTS Triple Play

The 1996 Rangers made it to the playoffs, into the hardened hearts of long-suffering fans, and into the black. The seasons most crucial innings, though, were played in the Rangers’ front office three years ago.
By Dave Sorter

STRATEGIES SELLING THE CITY

How do local companies in highly competitive industries lure top guns into the market?
By SARA PETERSON

STYLE THE SHORT OF IT

By Kimberly Goad

THE FAST LANE RETURN OF THE PRIVATE JET

For a growing number of local companies, private aircraft make for smart business.
By D Magazine

THE LAW THE WISDOM of BOONE

Thought for food from one of Dallas’ best-loved barristers.
By D Magazine

Visitor Information

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

Why Oil Doesn’t Matter (So Much) Anymore

Although business is booming in the oil field, we don’t seem to care-at least not like we used to.
By D Magazine