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D Magazine September 1998

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DINING OUT DMA and dani get a divorce

The story behind the split? Combining fine art and fine cooking isn’t such a good idea after all.
By Mary Brown Malouf
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FROM THE PUBLISHER Governor Ho-Hum

The only man who could have made Texas politics boring
By D Magazine
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Going to great lengths

The barely-there shapes of seasons past have given way to a longer, leaner silhouette for fall. Get ready for the long route.
By Kimberly Goad
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HOME & DESIGN Designing By the Books

An at-home library isn’t always a separate room. Sometimes, it’s a state of mind.
By Dawn McMullan
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SOCIETY Serpents’ teeth

When Harold Simmons’ daughters sued him for mismanaging their billion-dollar trust, the Dallas businessman was cast s a real-life Daddy Dearest. Now, he and his wife as about the lawsuit that tore a family part.
By Kimberly Goad
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SUBCULTURE Freemason Revival

Why Dallas punks find meaning in the Ancient Order of the Craft.
By Mary Brown Malouf
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The Call Girl and The Cop

Diana pioneered love for sale on the Internet. Officer Doyle intends to shut her down.
By stephen g. michaud
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The NEW Power Tool

(Surprise: It’s Dressing Down, Not Suiting Up)
By Lisa Broadwater
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WORLD-CLASS DOCTORS

The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center has long been a world-renowned research hospital. But until the ’80s, you couldn’t go there. Now, with the addition of the Aston center and Zale Lipshy hospital, UT Southwestern is also a mecca for patient care.
By Kimberly Goad