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D Magazine August 1998

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1997’s Twelve Best Restaurants, Revisited

WHAT A DIFFERENCE A YEAR MAKES
By Nancy Nichols
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EXPERT WITNESS The Baron of Toxic Torts

An errant memo triggers a PR nightmare for Fred Baron.
By JOE CALVE
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FROM THE PUBLISHER The Architectural Counter-Revolution

Why David Schwarz is the right architect to build the new arena.
By D Magazine
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HEALTH allergic to everything

For Dallas allergy sufferers, living (and breathing) here can be a nightmare. Is there hope on the horizon?
By Catherine Newton
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HEALTH Oh, Baby!

Three mothers share their recent birthing experiences
By Sidney Johnson
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HOME & DESIGN Crib Notes

Outfitting your baby’s nursery is no longer a pink or blue issue. The latest designs pair the practical with the sophisticated.
By Dawn McMullan
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Making Your Dream Home A Reality

Building or remodeling a home can be one of the most stressful times in a person’s life. It ranks just below divorce and death of an immediate family member, and some say that it can cause either one or both. With 25,000 houses currently under construction in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the potential for headache or heartache is high. However, two area couples, who have survived the processes, say the much talked-about-tension is avoidable.
By Vinton Murray
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SOCIETY THE GREAT PARK CITIES MUD FIGHT

The recent feud for control of the city’s best schools has been more bitter than anyone imagined. It may also be a sign of things to come.
By Jim Atkinson
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SPORTS Can God Save the Cowboys?

Under good-guy Chan Gailey, the Cowboys this year won’t just improve-they’ll win big and end up in the Super Bowl.
By MIKE SHROPSHIRE
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SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST

In Dallas dining, evolution is more important than revolution.
By Mary Brown Malouf
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The Best of the New FIVE NEW RESTAURANTS-AND ONLY FIVE-TAKE TOP HONORS

In a year of openings and closings, five funky independents charmed their way into the hearts of Dallas restaurant lovers.
By Mary Brown Malouf