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D Magazine January 2001

Best Lists

Best & Worst 2001

Yes, it’s that time of year again—time to reflect on the best and worst of our great city, from food to sports to media. The biggest story, in case you live in a cave, was the election, starring Dallas’ own George Dubya and Dick
By The Editors
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Everybody’s Business

Dallas business analyst David Johnson on the top eight reasons to celebrate in 2001.

By David Johnson
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Living Legends: Urban Cowboy

Barry Corbin, who is best known for his work on the hit TV show Northern Exposure, knows Hollywood. As a real-life cowboy living on a ranch in Arlington, he also knows horses. Both have a tendency to bite.
By JEFF BOWDEN
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Street Talk: One Less Alternative

Dallas is no stranger to media monopolies. Case in point: Belo. So why was it a surprise when New Times, owner of the Observer and FW Weekly, bought up and shut down The Met?
By Christy Hughes-Babb
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Tex-Mex Exec

Mico Rodriguez, the heart and soul behind Mi Cocina and partner at the M Crowd, never dreamed he’d be the head of a restaurant empire, but he built it—three tables at a time.
By JEFF BOWDEN
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The Dallas Symphony

In the last 15 years, the Dallas Symphony has bounced back from dire financial straits, built a world-renowned music hall, and hired a talented young music director. Now the DSO is aspiring to even greater heights—to the level now occupied by the Big Five
By Heidi Waleson
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The Private War of Dr. Haley

Challenged by Ross Perot in 1994 to solve the mystery of Gulf War Syndrome, UT Southwestern epidemiologist Robert Haley was skeptical that he would find a real disorder. Now, as the 10th anniversary of the war rolls around, Haley’s reputation is on the li
By Glenna Whitley
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Travel: Hidden Jewel

North of Puerto Vallarta, a Mexican resort called Punta Mita offers privacy, pampering, and a priceless view of the Pacific Ocean.
By Glenna Whitley