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D Magazine April 2002


John Hart Hates Losers

For the past 30 years, the Texas Rangers have done a swell job of
losing graciously. No longer. Their new general manager has made some
risky moves, signing some of the game’s most talented—and
troubled—players. But Hart doesn’t worry. His ego won’t let h
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Pulse of the City

Democrats make a comeback in Dallas courts, the man who conquered Starbucks, baseball trendspotting, must-have handbags, and more.

Spaces: When Novelties Become a Nuisance

The McKinney Avenue Trolley, which began as a modest effort to add charm and history to Uptown, is now an expensive hobby in search of a public justification. But despite the millions of dollars poured into it annually and the noble efforts of its propone
By Virginia Postrel

Street Talk: How Allen Questrom Saved J.C. Penney

When Questrom took over as CEO in late 2000, the company’s valuation was down to about $3 billion and the stock price dipped into the single digits for the first time in decades. One year later, the Plano-based retailer was the fifth-best performer on the
By Adam McGill
Best Lists

The 10 Best New Restaurants in Dallas

Innovative, imaginative fine dining
seemed on the verge of extinction in Dallas. But this year, in the face
of recession, national disaster, and consumer caution, the prospects
for dining out are stronger than ever. A restaurant
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