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D Magazine May 1998

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bringing the arts together

A NEW PERFORMING ARTS CENTER COULD OFFER MUSIC, OPERA, DANCF, AND THEATER ALL UNDFR ONE ROOF.
By D Magazine
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BUSINESS MR. SWOPE’S WILD RIDE

With Dallas commercial real estate at an all-time high, developer Jeff Swope and others are betting on the future. But should they be looking at the past?
By Catherine Newton
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Bussiness four steps to a New Dallas

THE CITY IS FILLED WITH NEW SPIRIT, FUELED BY GROWTH, A GOOD ECONOMY, AND PRIVATE INVESTMENT. WILL THE BOND ELECTION BUILD ON THE MOMENTUM?
By D Magazine
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Cashing In On a Concept

With T.G.I. Friday’s money, Star Canyon and AquaKnox are going national, marking the decline of independent restaurants in Dallas.
By Mary Brown Malouf
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concept and design

A CRITIC LOOKS AT WHAT THE NEW ARENA CAN-AND SHOULD-DO FOR DALLAS.
By LAWRENCE W. SPECK
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ElderCare

AGING AND THE OPTIONS
By Vinton Murray
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FROM THE PUBLISHER School Choice for Poor Parents

The suburban middle-class has choice. Why should urban parents be left behind?
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funding the dallas plan

IF VOTERS APPROVE THE 1998 BOND ITEMS, STATE AND FEDERAL FUNDS WILL CONTRIBUTE MORE THAN A BILLION DOLLARS TO DALLAS.
By D Magazine
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making water worK

OTHER CITIES HAVE TAMED THEIR RIVERS AND TURNED A POTENTIAL PROBLEM INTO A BEAUTIFUL ASSET.
By D Magazine
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parks and potholes

THE HIGHLIGHTS OF WHAT EVERY NEIGHBORHOOD STANDS TO GAIN.
By D Magazine
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PEOPLE How John Spano (Almost) Conned Me

My house had been on the market for nearly a year. How could I know the bidder was scam artist John Spano?
By Mary Candace Evans
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private money for public gain

DONORS AND DEVELOPERS ARE DOING THEIR PART TO MAKE THE ARTS DISTRICT A DESTINATION FOR THE WORLD.
By D Magazine
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SCENES FROM A PRACTICE The Law of Averages

One patient’s hospitalization was a matter of life and death-and numbers.
By JOHN BURNSIDE
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the arts district’s finishing touches

AT LAST, DALLAS IS COMPLETING THE CULTURAL CENTER IT DESERVES.
By D Magazine
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The Great Escape

The bathroom, once considered the most utilitarian of spaces, has become a modern-day oasis.
By Dawn McMullan
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the in-urb trend

DOWNTOWN APARTMENTS, LOFTS, AND CONDOMINIUMS REACH FULL OCCUPANCY BEFORE THEY’RE EVEN FULLY CONSTRUCTED.
By stephen g. michaud
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the new arena

FROM CONCEPT TO CONSTRUCTION, THE ARENA GROUP IS ENSURING THAT DALLAS’ NEW SPORTS VENUE WILL BE A FIRST-CLASS FACILITY.
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the temperamental trinity

DALLAS HAS LONG STRUGGLED TO SOLVE THE RIDDLE OF ITS FLASHY RIVER.
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TOP 10 PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS

From old-money districts to up-and-coming standouts, the 10 best local high schools may surprise you.
By COURTNEY DENBY