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D Magazine August 2003

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Business: The Art of the Sale

When Lupe Murchison died, she left behind a world-renowned, multimillion-dollar modern art collection and instructions to sell it all for charity. For dealer Ron Hall, it was the chance of a lifetime. But how could he pull it off during a time when no one
By Jane Wolfe
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Dallas Look

Show off those gams you’ve worked so hard to get with fashion’s look du jour: the miniskirt. PLUS: must-have handbags for any end-of-summer occasion.
By Kristie Ramirez
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Dallas Shops

Four top shops for custom-made clothing—because there’s a dandy deep inside us all.
By Kristie Ramirez
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Dining: Avner’s Family Secret

Chef Avner Samuel’s mother whispered a family secret on her deathbed: somewhere out there, he had a brother, and she wanted Avner to find him. Once reunited with his long-lost sibling, the nomadic Dallas chef embarked on his riskiest venture yet.
By Mary Brown Malouf
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First Person: Party Girls

Even though men aren’t allowed, I attended a Passion Party—think Tupperware party, but replace the Tupperware with lingerie, battery-powered devices, and every type of exotic lotion known to man or woman. I now know what women talk about when they talk ab
By Tim Rogers
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Glitz, Glamour, and Gourmet

Every June, the population of Aspen, Colorado, nearly doubles, thanks to the annual influx of famous and infamous who share the belief that little in life is as important as what we put in our mouths. At the most prestigious foodie event in the world, the
By Nancy Nichols
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Publisher’s Note

Calculations of the heart.
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Pulse

A media-shy radio guy, a girl to make you Blue, The List, political bookends, smelly stinkbait, Dallas the movie, and more.
By D Magazine
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The Cowboy Church

Every Tuesday evening at the Henderson County Memorial Coliseum in Athens, Texas, the Living for the Brand Cowboy Church holds a “buck out,” where anyone with gravel in his guts and a bull-riding rope is welcome to give it a go. The Cowboy Church simply a
By D Magazine
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The Heretic

Controversial televangelist and faith healer Benny Hinn came to Texas in 1999, abandoning his congregation in Florida to build a World Health Center in Irving. But Hinn—whose lifestyle more closely resembles Michael Jackson’s than Jerry Falwell’s—recently
By John Bloom
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The Other Side of Yosemite

Discover the softer side of Yosemite at Hotel Chateau du Sureau.
By Nancy Nichols