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D Magazine September 2001


Health & Wellness Guide 2001

We present our annual guide to staying healthy in Dallas, including how to master your pain through massage, where to take your kids for sports injuries, beating Dallas allergies, cutting-edge workouts, and more.
By Kristie Ramirez

Movie Man

Nobody makes money as an independent film producer, or so we’re told. But nobody told Stephen Jarchow.
By Glenna Whitley

Old Man Dallas

To John Stemmons, Dallas was “the village.” In his own words, he hasn’t been buried, he’s been “planted.” He changed the course of the Trinity and affected countless lives, including mine.

Pulse of the City

Skip Bayless quits again, Crystal Bernard packs heat on Broadway, singing sensation and hometown girl Norah Jones, how the Olympic city contenders stack up to Dallas, Yale pumps up its football team with Lake Highlands grads, and more.
By D Magazine

Street Talk: Milkman to the Nation

Gregg Engles is a business legend in the making on the scale of Southwest Airlines’ Herb Kelleher and Wal-Mart’s Sam Walton. His company, Suiza Foods, is a $10 billion enterprise with 30,000 employees that has transformed the dairy industry. How did he co
By Shad Rowe

The Scariest Athlete in Dallas

He’s fast. He’s strong. And his opponents often leave on stretchers. Meet Durango Skoal, the undefeated bull at the Mesquite Rodeo.
By D Magazine
Cover Story

The Winners Circle

Fall fashion has left the starting gate and is on the racks in Dallas stores. Lucky for our fashion-conscious city, the look for fall is a cross-breed of timeless elegance and calculated cool: tailored suits with unexpected deta
By D Magazine


Indulgence on the Orient Express: The world’s most celebrated aristocratic train is a food lover’s fantasy come true.
By Karen Cassady

Troy, Interrupted

In April, at an emotional press conference, quarterback Troy Aikman retired after 12 years of leading America’s team. Though he was one of the few good guys on the Cowboys when the team was riddled with drugs and bad press, Dallas fans never really embrac
By Dan Michalski