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D Magazine July 1997

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A Closer Look Picnics and Parks

Take a break, take a wicker basket, take your time and enjoy an alfresco meal on a patch of green.
By D Magazine
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COMPETITION THE CYRIX ANTI-INTEL AGENTS

This Dallas microchip maker takes some of Intel’s market share by making better and cheaper chips.
By CANDACE TALMADGE
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Dining Out NEW RESTAURANT REVIEWS Truluck’s Steak & Stone Crab Will Grab You

Also: Marty’s Cafe TuGogh, Sushi Sake and Hedary’s.
By D Magazine
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EDITOR’S NOTE

By Mike Orren, Associate Publisher and Editorial Dire
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Exploring Dallas & Fort Worth

Where to Shop, Play & Stay
By D Magazine
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FLY ON THE WALL MISSION IMPOSSIBLE

Every company has a mission statement-but what do they really mean?
By ANDREW AARON CLAYTON
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Food & Drink

OUR MONTHLY MENU OF TRENDS & TIDBITS
By D Magazine
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HOME & DESIGN Moving to Solid Ground

A design expert trades in high-rise living for a down-to-earth remodeling project.
By KAREN MUNCY
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HOME & DESIGN Remodeling the Bath: A Private Pleasure

Yesterday’s bathroom was a social space of luxury and relaxation. Today’s bathroom is more than a necessity; it’s a miniature spa.
By Dawn McMullan
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HOME & DESIGN The Biggest Mistakes in Bathroom Remodeling

Thinking first will prevent many of the complaints that often come after come project is finished.
By Jennifer Chininis
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HOW TO PICK A WINNER

Forget computers. Put your money on this track old-timer.
By M.S.
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In Appreciation of Dallas

You don’t know how really good you’ve got it here until you compare it with other cities.
By COURTNEY DENBY
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LUXURY HOMES In (and Out) of Season

Even pros who play away choose to live here.
By Jocelyn White
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On the Town

What to Do & Where to Go: Our Selective Guide
By D Magazine
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ONE LAST THING Fat Man Walking

I lost the pounds once, but they found me again.
By Mark Donald
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PATSY NASHER

She loved art and she loved Dallas. Finally, her two loves are joined.
By Patsy Swank
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PROFILES The Growth Industry

Newcomers and ’80s survivors are both thriving in the current Dallas commercial real estate boom-and both hope that this time the market has the REIT stuff.
By ANNE BELLI GESALMAN
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Rating the Diet Doctors

The right doctor can help you lose weight. But choosing the wrong one could cost you more than pounds.
By Mary Candace Evans
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Restaurant Reviews

Places to Meet & Eat: Our Critics’ Picks
By D Magazine
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SPORTS Playing the Ponies

It was my date with destiny. As usual, I got stood up.
By MIKE SHROPSHIRE
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STRATEGIES BANKING ON COMPETITION

Aggressive growth, corporate streamlining even name changes- we talk to John Adams, Ron Steinhart and Bob Lane about how Dallas banks are growing their businesses in the ’90s.
By Dave Sorter
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THE ARTS WHAT THE NASHER SCULPTURE GARDEN WILL MEAN TO DALLAS

Now that we’ve got it, what should we do with it?
By RICHARD R. BRETTELL
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The Big Deal Makers

Richard Rainwater’s Crescent Company has risen to the top of the REIT heap by buying not buildings but markets-including a lot of Dallas.
By SALLY GIDDENS STEPHENSON
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TOP 40 DALLAS ICONS

We need to keep a better eye on our icons. The musical frog that once adorned the roof of the Tango nightclub on lower Greenville Avenue are now perched atop a truck stop near Hillsboro, and they look homesick. We have some spectacular sacred images here, but because some are not as obvious as the arch in St. Louis or the Golden Gate Bridge, we have prepared this primer for newcomers-the top 40 Dallas icons, from the quintessential to the quirky.
By Tom Peeler
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Visitor Information

Things You Need to Know; How to Get Around
By D Magazine
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We’ve Got Your NAMES & NUMBERS

A GUIDE TO PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, POLITICS
By D Magazine
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WHAT ELSE COUNTS

Great indoor pieces from the Nasher Collection.
By D Magazine
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What They Didn’t Tell Me When I Moved to Dallas

Weather, watering and weird insects are among the secrets that newcomers learn about after we arrive.
By SUSAN TAYLOR
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WHY IT MATTERS

These treasures will adorn downtown.
By D Magazine