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D Magazine November 1997

BUSINESS The Education of Tom Hicks

After building a multibiilion-dollar investment empire, Tom Hicks thought he had learned all there was to know about business. But then he bought the Dallas Stars hockey franchise-and now he’s getting the lesson of his life.
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CAN THE NEW MEDICINE HEAL YOU?

Conventional medicine doesn’t have all the answers. But do alternative therapies really work? Their growing popularity locally has some doctors steaming as their patients start experimenting.
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HOME & DESIGN A Little Italy with a Lot Style

Inspired by the villas of Portofino and Venice, John and Vicki Crew’s home is a blend of Old-World elegance and modern livability.
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HOME & DESIGN Makeovers Made Easy

Redecorating doesn’t have to be expensive or complicated; it can be as simple as rearranging your own belongings in a refreshing new way.
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LETTERS

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No Reservations

HAVE KNIFE, WILL TRAVEL Chef Avner Samuel can be found at Okeanos-for now.
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November Calendar

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OUT FRONT How Dallas Ranks

Are we losing our entrepreneurial edge?
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PEOPLE 21 UNDER 30

Age? Experience? Twenty-one twenty somethings prove you don’t necessarily need either to be a success.
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Pulse OF THE City

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SALES TALES Tear-Down Fever

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THE ARTS THE CRITIC AND THE COMPANY

John Ardoin and the Dallas Opera have been locked in a battle for more than 30 years. The critic pushed and prodded. The opera excelled and flourished. Now the company may have outgrown the critic who made it famous.
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Top 10 THINGS TO DO

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