| 17 years ago Should a maid hate her employers because they live in an enormous house, because they regularly buy too much food and then throw it away, and because they offer her their old clothes when they’re no longer in fashion? Or should a maid hate her employers b
| 17 years ago You’ve seen her moves during timeouts at Dallas Mavericks games—at one time as a dancer and now as the director of the Dallas Mavs dancers. But Shella Sattler is shaking up more than just basketball games. Power House of Dance, her studio in North Dallas,
| 17 years ago Who are the people that take DART at 5:17 a.m., and why won’t they eat free donuts?
| 17 years ago Architect Max Levy’s "House by a Pond," D Magazine’s Home of the Year, is a modernist home that radiates warmth and exudes elegance. It might sound contradictory for a house to shine in the rain (more on that water thing inside), but this house in Bluffvi
| 17 years ago Life is precious. And no one knows that better than Lisa Lee, Kevin Riney, Amanda Lacey, and Jennifer Kennedy, four Dallas people with extraordinary tales of survival. From car wrecks, to emergency C-sections, to life-threatening organ transplants, these
| 17 years ago Until recently, CT scans were daunting, purely diagnostic procedures. But advancements in technology have led to faster machines that yield better results. Now full-body CT scans promise preemptive strikes at coronary artery disease and carcinomas—for any
| 17 years ago Stealing money from children, what happens when Laura Miller and her hubby try to be funny, The List, a 12-year-old with a better job than ours, Hotel ZaZa takes on Tom Tom and others, refreshing holy water, and more.
| 17 years ago We all have an image in our minds of what makes the perfect doctor, whether it be Marcus Welby’s white coat or John Carter’s caring eyes. But, unfortunately, we’re not going to get a house call from Dr. Welby or a nice dinner wi
| 17 years ago On television, doctors shout orders as gurneys fly through doors, and everything wraps up nicely in an hour. But follow a doctor on his 12-hour shift at Parkland Memorial, and you'll get a different picture. Only patients shout. And the end is never tidy.