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D Magazine January 2003

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Best & Worst

The year of our Lord 2002 was a swell one indeed. Emmitt Smith broke the record. Tom Hicks went “broke.” Kelly Clarkson broke out. And, to the relief of one D staffer, Mark Cuban broke his promise. Others broke, too, and
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Contributors

This month’s contributing writers, photographers, and designers.
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Dallas Look: Neutral Ground

This winter, trade in your black frocks and baubles for neutral tones.
By Kristie Ramirez
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Dallas Shops: Child’s Play

Pick up some stylish threads for your little ones at these boutiques for kids.
By Kristie Ramirez
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Dining: The Demanding Diner

If you think you’re a tough customer, then you’ve never dined with me.
I went to Paris Vendome in West Village and put this trendy spot to the
test.
By Robert Fox
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Education: Hard Lessons

At the West Dallas Community School, poor black students are taught a classical curriculum in a disciplined environment—and these kids are outscoring their peers. Here’s what your elementary school can learn from one of the poorest private schools in the
By Pamela Gwyn Kripke
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Features: Rene Syler Is (Almost) Ready for Her Close-Up

CBS network executives hired energetic Dallas news anchor Rene Syler to bring life back to The Early Show, which lags far behind Today and Good Morning America in the morning show wars. We followed her to New York and watched behind the scenes during her
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Feedback

Readers talk back about private high schools.
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First Person: Sorority Girls Gone Wild

This month 300 SMU coeds get Greek and go running through the streets.
By Tim Rogers
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Five Diamonds in the Rough

Experience world-class comfort and skiing at Utah’s Stein Eriksen Lodge.
By Mary Brown Malouf
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Pulse

The mysterious case of the G-man from Rowlett and the stolen phone records, the most unneccessary mascot in town, not-so-helpful book reviews, a picture of an attractive woman, Mike Norris is not Chuck’s brother, the girl in the Miller Lite ad, and more.
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