D Magazine July 1997
Also: Marty’s Cafe TuGogh, Sushi Sake and Hedary’s.
By D Magazine
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
Thinking first will prevent many of the complaints that often come after come project is finished.
By Jennifer Chininis
Now that we’ve got it, what should we do with it?
By RICHARD R. BRETTELL
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