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D Magazine July 2000

Best & Worst

Old Man Time shuffles off stage and the New Year Babe prances on
By D Magazine

BusinessDallas Who’s who in Dallas High Tech

OUR EXCLUSIVE SURVEY OF THE PEOPLE WHO ARE TRANSFORMING THE DALLAS ECONOMY
By D Magazine

CALENDAR Dallas Event Planner

The Dallas calendar year is packed with exciting events, authentic Western rodeos, rollicking St. Patrick’s Day parades, and Shakespeare in the Park. Here’s a list to make sure that you don’t miss a thing.
By D Magazine

COMMENTARY Tales from a Boomerang

To one former Texan who has finally returned, Dallas is better than ever.
By GEORGE W. GRETSER

CONTRIBUTORS

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Feedback

…greed will always create ideas, markets, companies, and, sometimes, fortunes.
By D Magazine

HUGHES & LUCE, L.L.P.

A Technology Firm Before Technology Was Cool
By D Magazine

Living Legends My Cousin Corky

If you want to know Dallas, you have to know the Campisis.You have to know why Campisi’s is called the Egyptian, why Jack Ruby killed Lee Harvey Oswald, how the Dallas Cowboys signed all those free agents in the Tom Landry era. But there are a few things you can’t know.
By JEFF BOWDEN

Local Color

DALLAS IS HOME TO SOME OF FASHION’S HOTTEST AND FUNKIEST DESIGNERS-AND THE STARS ARE NOTICING.
By D Magazine

NEIGHBORHOODS How to Find Your Place

Neighbors are more than the people who live next door. They make life comfortable.
By JEFF BOWDEN

NIGHTLIFE Top Hot Spots

From Lakewood to Deep Ellum to downtown Fort Worth, here are our picks for the hottest nightlife.
By Valerie Douglas

Out on the Town

WHERE TO GO, WHAT TO SEE
By D Magazine

PRIME LIVING

Upscale and Inviting Living Choices for Seniors
By D Magazine

QUESTIONS How to Navigate in Your New Hometown

A new city isn’t just a change of environment; it’s a change in the rules and regulations that govern your life. Here’s what you need to know to settle into Dallas-Fort Worth.
By D Magazine

Shade

Nothing-not fame or fortune, not love or money-is more valuable in July than a tree in Dallas.
By D Magazine

SHOPPING Our Little Known Favorites

Cool places to shop for that special something.
By JEANIE TAVE

SHOPPING The Five Icons of Dallas Retail

These spots should be at the top of every power shopper’s list.
By JEANIE TAVE

Small Towns TO LIVE IN

FROM THE BEST SCHOOLS TO THRIVING ARTS COMMUNITIES TO HISTORIC TOWN SQUARES, THESE ARE THE TOP SMALL TOWNS AROUND DALLAS-FORT WORTH.
By Dawn McMullan

SOCIAL LIVING Getting Plugged In

Our insider’s guide to the Dallas social scene.
By Valerie Douglas

Travel Aspen Extremes

Rich or poor, living the Rocky Mountain high life is easy. From luxury hotels and chichi cuisine to ramshackle motels and $2 crepes, Aspen has it all.
By Nancy Nichols

Turning Ideas Into Reality

“Nowhere else but in a new economy company do you see such personal motivation.”
Bernard DiFiore, CEO/President, BenefitMall.com
By D Magazine

TX CUISINE Glorified, Refried, And Sauce On The Side

IN DALLAS, CERTAIN DISHES HAVE LONG BEEN ENSHRINED. HERE’S WHERE TO GO TO GENUFLECT.

Where Dallas’ Hottest Designers Shop

Local fashion designer William Reid reveals his six favorite boutiques.
By D Magazine