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D Magazine October 1997

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Breast Cancer AWARENESS What Every Woman Should Know

Next time you’re sitting around with at least seven female friends, take a good look at each one of them and remember this: Odds are that at least one member of your little group will someday develop breast cancer. It may even be you.
By HARRIET P. GROSS
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Bringing You the Best

With this issue, we mark the debut of the city’s premier food critic and an all-new CityGuide.
By Glenna Whitley
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FEUDS GUNFIGHT AT THE CIRCLE T RANCH

When Ross Perot Jr. set out to develop one of the last big ranches in the region, be ran into a roadblock: Scott Bradley.
By Carol Marie Cropper
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HOME & DESIGN Bringing Your Work Home

In this era of downsizing and technology, more people are creating home offices to conduct business-or to just stay organized.
By Dawn McMullan
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HOME & DESIGN REX’S ROUND HOUSE

Designed by the legendary Bruce Goff, Rex Thompson’s home is an experience in the “continuous present”- its design is a fantastic blend of the past, present, and future.
By Lisa Broadwater
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No Reservation MENUS BY THE NUMBERS

Restaurateurs rely on demographics and trends for identity and success.
By Mary Brown Malouf
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OUT FRONT While Dallas Dithers

28 Cities Have Acted To Keep Sports Downtown
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POLITICS How Dick Armey Screwed Up

His role in the abortive coup against Newt Gingrich left the House majority leader stranded and alone. Instead of playing the angles, he should play the role that got him where he is: unswerving conservative leader.
By MATTHEW REES
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REAL ESTATE Inside The Most Expensive House Ever Built in Dallas

Construction has stopped, but the dollars have been spent. Now it’s on the market for a mere $25 million or so.
By Mary Candace Evans
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THE ARCHITECTS’ VISION FOR THE CIRCLE T

If Ross Perot Jr. forgoes quick profit for long-term gain, Westlake could become a model city.
By LAWRENCE W. SPECK
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THE MANSION

Opulence and Prestige Are Not Enough: 10 SECRETS TO RUNNING AMERICA’S BEST HOTEL
By Kimberly Goad
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THE PROPHET OF PROFITS

For the hundreds of thousands of Excel representatives, Ken Troutt is more than a CEO-he’s a symbol of success and possibility. Now, he plans to go global, and his followers are eager to join the ride.
By HOWARD WEN
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TRENDS DAWN OF THE MEGADEALER

When Joe Tigue sold the area’s most recognizable auto dealership, he gave in to a new era of consolidation in the industry.
By SALLY GIDDENS STEPHENSON