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D Magazine January 1999

ALL YOU CAN BE…AND THEN SOME

YOU SEE, “BAD FEATURES” AND “PHYSICAL FLAWS,” IN AND OF THEMSELVES, ARE NOT IMPORTANT, BUT WHEN THEIR MERE EXISTENCE MAKES US FEEL TIMID, SELF-CONSCIOUS OR UNSURE OF OURSELVES, THEIR SIGNIFICANCE IS GREATLY MAGNIFIED.
By Elaine Rogers

AN OPERA FOR THE NEXT MILLENNIUM

A national opera critic believes The Dallas Opera is poised for international acclaim. Here’s why.
By ALBERT INNAURATO

best and worst

Mayor R. L. Thornton said, “Keep the dirt flyin’,” and Dallas is once again heeding his advice. Tom Hicks and Ross Jr. certainly are-this was the year of the big deal in Big D. Here’s the real dirt: best and worst
By D Magazine

CREATING THE URBAN VILLAGE

Legacy Town Center planners say they want to build a new kind of town amidst the suburbs of Plano. Will it work?
By WARNER MCGOWIN

Dallas Almanac

By D Magazine

Dallas Architecture: ELEMENTS OF STYLE

Tracing the Family Tree” of Dallas’ Significant Houses
By DOUGLAS NEWBY

DOWN! town

By D Magazine

DRIVEN BY A DREAM

The Dallas Opera takes center stage in the push for a performing arts center.
By Mary Brown Malouf

ECONOMIC IMPACT

An arts district can bring more than culture to a city-it can bring big money.
By JENNIFER WEGMAN

From the Publisher Soul and the City

Why Dallas doesn’t have it, and why we shouldn’t care
By Wick Allison

FULL CIRCLE

The New Urbanism is moving forward by looking back.
By Mary Brown Malouf

Home & Design What I Hate About My House

For the eager home buyer, finding that “perfect house” is like looking for love. Sometimes the search ends in heartache.
By Kimberly Goad

It’s in the stars

All signs point to the Dallas Stars winning the Stanley Cup.
By Nancy Nichols

LEGACY NOW

The Corporate Community
By D Magazine

LEGACY WILL BE “AUTHENTIC”

A passionate apostle of the New Urbanism describes his vision.
By D Magazine

Likely Stories Million-Dollar Makeover

Nancy Reagan and Liz Taylor gave the The Greenhouse cachet. Now the venerable spa is counting on Cindy Crawford-and a national expansion-to attract a new breed of clientele.
By Kimberly Goad

LOOKING FOR A HOME

The Dallas Opera wants to move uptown-quietly.
By stephen g. michaud

NEW CITY ON THE PRAIRIE

A walk through Legacy Town Center.
By D Magazine

SUCCESS STORIES

Three places where New Urbanism is working
By Mary Brown Malouf

THE LEGACY OF THE LAND

The past is the prologue.
By JENNIFER WEGMAN

THEER PECTACLE

Today’s opera must be as pleasing to the eye as it is to the ear.
By Kimberly Goad

WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE

If not for a group of visionaries, opera might never have found a home in Dallas.
By D Magazine