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D Magazine July 2002

Drug Lies and Saved Lives

With a trusted snitch, Dallas undercover cop Mark De la Paz and his
partner were racking up some of the biggest drug busts in the city’s
history. Except the men they arrested weren’t guilty, and the drugs
they seized weren’t drugs at all. Enter defense at
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Cover Story

Is Tom Hicks Going Broke?

Tom Hicks was a quiet, rich investor
until he bought the Texas Rangers and the Dallas Stars. Now, as a
sports team owner, he’s cast himself and his firm in the public eye, so
he shouldn’t be surprised to find the vultures hoveri
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Pulse

Rich boys with fast cars, the best book reviewer in town, mystery
cigarettes, MTV rumors, at home with Al Lipscomb, the woman who makes
Austin Powers say, “Yeah, Baby!” and more.

Spaces: Come All Ye Faithful

The size and technology of the new megachurches—built by an architecture firm noted for movie theaters such as the Magnolia in West Village—are changing the way Dallas worships. The exteriors may be modest, but the interiors are full-fledged theaters, whe
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