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D Magazine March 1998

Breaking the Rules

Design doesn’t have to be by the book. Some of the best results defy conventional wisdom.
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DINING OUT The World of Annie Wong

With Liberty, Dallas’ Thai pioneer reinvents the Asian noodle house.
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ENTERPRISE Battle for Love

WITH THE REPEAL OF THE WRIGHT AMENDMENT, T. ALLAN McARTOR HOPES TO START FLYING FROM LOVE FIELD. CAN HE ELBOW INTO AMERICAN’S TURF?
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EXPERT WITNESS The Most Hated Judge In Texas

Candace Tyson has name recognition among the voters-but no respect from lawyers.
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HOME & DESIGN Artful Living

How one Dallas couple turned an old power station into a home.
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HOME & DESIGN Customized Kitchens

More than any other room, the kitchen is the epicenter of the house.
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HOME & DESIGN Home Is Where the Art Is

Three Dallas art collectors incorporate art into their everyday lives.
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March Calendar

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Pulse OF THE City

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SCENES FROM A PRACTICE George and Josephine

He was a giant; she was tiny and childlike. Together, they were a perfect match.
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SPORTS BARRY SWITZER’S CRACKUP

JERRY JONES SHOULD HAVE KNOWN THAT A BOOZING AND CAROUSING SWITZER WOULD LET THE COWBOYS GO TO HELL.
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STRATEGIES NET YARDS TO NET WORTH

FOR DREW PEARSON, ON-THE-FIELD HEROICS HAVE TRANSLATED TO OFF-THE-FIELD BUSINESS SUCCESS.
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TALE OF THE SALE BEHIND THE SCENES IN LOCAL REAL ESTATE

Deep in the Heart of Preston Hollow
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Top 10 THINGS TO DO

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TRENDS BANKRUPTCY BLUES

WHAT DO LOCAL BANKRUPTCY CASES SAY ABOUT OUR CITY? FOR STARTERS, WE DON’T LIKE GIVING UP OUR MONEY.
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WEEKEND GETAWAYS

Need a quick break from the ordinary? The perfect getaway is closer than you think.
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Travel

Archer City

For true bibliophiles, James McMurtry’s hometown, Archer City, is a gold mine.
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Travel

Austin – Hungry for the Blues?

For the music-hungry, Austin has all the beat you need.
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Travel

Houston

Houston’s freewheeling ways have cultivated a vibrant folk art scene.
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Travel

Nachitoches

In the river town of Nachitoches, history lives on every street.
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