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D Magazine September 2002

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Downtown Girl

The recent downtown renaissance has made anything west of Deep Ellum
the place to be. Trendy restaurants and happening clubs are popping up
alongside skyscrapers, and Dallas’ beau monde can’t wait to be seen at
all the new places. Our fall fashion coverag
By D Magazine
Cover Story

Dr. Phil Goes Hollywood

Dallas’ favorite pop psychologist has won millions of fans with his Tuesday appearances at the right hand of Oprah. But now that Dr. Phil has his own daytime television show, will those fans still listen when he “tells it like i
By Heather Havrilesky
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Our Big Fat Greek Festival

You laughed out loud with the movie. Now it’s time to party
Greek-style. For 46 years, the congregants of Holy Trinity Greek
Orthodox Church have been sharing their heritage with Dallas. What
began as a bake sale in 1957 has turned into a full-fledged, th
By D Magazine
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PROFILE: Being Jimmy Neutron

After saving the planet from space aliens, the boy genius from Irving’s DNA Productions gets his own TV show this month. Now if he can only figure out girls.
By Tim Rogers
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Pulse Of The City

A Wall Street bear gets his vindication, the not-so-lofty offerings of
local authors, the blonde emcee of Dog Eat Dog, the latest installation
of The List, why it took a rocket scientist to invent the cordless
hairdryer, and more.
By D Magazine
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Rachel Cobb’s 9/11: The City Grieves

Photojournalist and Dallas native Rachel Cobb has photographed the Pope
in Cuba, the war-torn villages of Kosovo, and the rise of Protestantism
in Guatemala. But the story of a lifetime happened just a few blocks
away from her home in Manhattan. When plan
By Rachel Cobb, Photojournalist
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REAL LIFE: Does Dallas Breed Mean Girls?

The controversy about socially aggressive girls is a raging national debate. According to local experts, it’s a phenomenon in Dallas schools—and not just DISD. Here’s what to do if your daughter is a bully or a victim.
By Mary Brown Malouf