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D Magazine March 2003

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A Field Guide to the Katy Trail

We asked our intrepid reporter, a Katy Trail regular, to identify the exciting species that migrate to Dallas’ favorite exercise spot between 4:30 and 7 p.m., when the trail transforms from nature work to fashion runway. Should you venture out to the


By Laura Kostelny
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Bella Belize

Discover ancient ruins, booby birds, and rum concoctions at this cabana retreat in South Belize.
By Nancy Nichols
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Business: Rumors, Lies, and Half-Truths

Everyone’s talking about the local economy, but no one really seems to know what he’s talking about. In the interest of truth, justice, and the American way, we got the scoop behind some of the rumors we’ve been hearing about our struggling, but still ado
By John Ross
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Canine & Kitty Chic

Take your four-legged friend to these boutiques for stylish pet accessories.
By Kristie Ramirez
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Contributors

This month’s contributing writers and one magazine queen.
By D Magazine
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Dallas Look

Green and blue eye shadow is wearable for spring. We promise.
By Kristie Ramirez
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Feedback

Readers talk back about Best & Worst and Race, Ehtnicity, and Class.
By D Magazine
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First Person: The Loosest Slots in Town

Yes, you can gamble in Dallas. If you don’t mind the smoke or being paid with $5 gift certificates to Target. (Just ask my mom.)
By Tim Rogers
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Music: The Biggest Rock Band in the World

Tim DeLaughter’s new band, the Dallas-based, 24-member Polyphonic Spree, is playing sold-out shows all over the world. But this time, he won’t let success ruin a good thing.
By Adam McGill
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Publisher’s Note

Local Protestant leaders become bit players in the Shakespearean drama known as the Dallas Catholic Diocese.
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Pulse

The former CEO of Pizza Inn clears his name, the mysterious J. Hutton Pulitzer, why David McDavid really won’t buy the Stars, a Kelly Clarkson crossword, an organist, a Russian babe, and more.

By D Magazine
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Special Report: SMU’s $100 Million Makeover

The SMU campus has come a long way since its building, Dallas Hall, went up in 1915. Its Georgian character established a direct stylistic link with three of the preeminent universities in America: Harvard, Yale, and the University of Virgina. Over the en
By WIllis Winters
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The New Personal Trainer

We have good news: personal training in Dallas is no longer synonymous with big weights. Today’s experts develp innovative and challenging workouts-Pilates, Gyrotonic, Power Yoga-that focus more on fitness and well-being than pounds and inches. So get rea
By D Magazine
Cover Story

The Top 100 Dallas Celebrities—Ranked!

You love celebrities. We love celebrities, too. But we suspect that we love celebrities more than you do. To prove it, we did math. We drafted a formula to determine just how big certain Dallas celebrities are.
By Adam McGill
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Viva la Vespa

Riding a scooter on streets sprinkled with potholes and crowded with SUV’s is dangerous. And oh-so-stylish. We catch up with the Italian import that has been an unlikely hit with trendsetters determined to stay ahead of the curve.

By Todd Johnson
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Welcome to Boomtown

Frisco sprang out of the prairie nearly overnight. And unlike its neighbor Plano, Frisco is in the process of becoming something amazing-an actual city that still feels like a small town, thanks to some careful planning and a team of leaders who learned f
By D Magazine