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D Magazine April 2004

Fashion

In the Pink

Punch up your spring wardrobe with the season’s hottest pastel.
By Stephanie Quadri
Fashion

Jump into Spring

As temperatures rise, so do hemlines.
By Stephanie Quadri
Publications

Last Hurrah: I Love Mayor Miller

After a weekend in the Big Apple, Mayor Laura Miller and I fell for each other. Hard.
By Tim Rogers
Publications

Nuptials: A Decent Proposal

Two hundred strategically place tea lights. Randomly strewn rose petals. The perfect speech and soundtrack. Sometimes finding the woman you want to marry is the easy part of getting married.
By Adam McGill
Publications

Postcard from Paris

Our fashion expert elbowed his way past Sarah Jessica Parker, Catherine Deneuve, and Christina Aguilera for a front-row glimpse of the haute couture spring-summer collections. This is his report about the celebrations and the fashion.

By David Feld
Publications

Publisher’s Note: The Mote in our Brother’s Eye

Gay marriage is a dumb idea, but its opponents would be on more solid ground if marriage were.
Publications

Pulse

A Dallas Stars entertainer with great teeth, a pickle juice shortage,
Tracy Rowlett asks Terrell Bolton’s lawyer tough questions, the return
of Maple Terrace, and more.
By D Magazine
Publications

Society: Charity Case

After his brother was paralyzed in a riding accident, former world-class polo player Bil Walton helped raise thousands for spinal cord research. But how much money did he keep for himself.

By Rebecca Sherman
Publications

The Art of Carmel

Carmel, a hamlet by the sea, is an artist’s haven and a shopper’s paradise.
By Todd Johnson
Best Lists

The Best Places to Live

Evening strolls along curbless streets. Lake view vistas through kitchen windows. Close-knit communities where neighbors actually talk to each other. Restaurants and nightlife just a few paces from front doors. These are our fav
By D Magazine
Best Lists

The Best Sandwiches in Dallas

In an effort to find the perfect combination of meats, cheeses, and
condiments, we went all over Dallas (and Fort Worth, too), tasting the
best stuff between bread. From BBQ to BLT, these are the 10 tastiest
around.
By D Magazine
Publications

The Long Journey Home

Half of the Mexican immigrants in Dallas—250,000—come from Guanajuato,
a state roughly the size of Maryland. Their trip begins on a 24-hour
bus ride and ends with a better life. These are the people who are
changing the face of Dallas.
By D Magazine