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D Magazine August 2004

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Back to School Cool

These four specialty kids stores have the latest fads for your lasses and lads.
By Stephanie Quadri
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DATING: Change of Heart

At a bachelor auction for the Susan G. Komen Foundation, I paid $550 for a date with a hottie. I didn’t anticipate a lesson in what life should feel like.
By Allison Hatfield
Fashion

Family Affair

Comfortable and chic fashions for mothers and daughters. PLUS: must-have accessories for busy moms and Shop Talk.
By Stephanie Quadri
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Family Secret

Fifty-eight years ago, Buddy Vest was found in his Gainesville cabinet shop hanging by a leather strap, wearing only a girdle and panties. His death was ruled a suicide. But now his son believes he’s uncovered the truth.
By Carlton Stowers
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GAMES: The Legend of Roadhouse Billy

Younger shuffleboard players may joke that Billy Mays is too old to play the game. But when push comes to shove, they wouldn’t dare challenge him. Because they know he’s the best. Ever.
By Carlton Stowers
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LAST HURRAH: Stayin’ Alive

A night out with the stars of reality TV gave me dance fever. And a prolapsed groove thing.
By Tim Rogers
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PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Blinded by Color

The Morning News’ recent fixation on race harms the city—and the paper itself.
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Pulse

We search for our first subscribers, Cool River chef Bob Stephenson busts a rhyme, the Old 97’s face off against Lisa Loeb, and more.

By Tim Rogers
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Seattle, Washington

When the clouds break, you’ll find stunning views, hip cafes, and a nude cyclist or two.
By Cheryl Ng Collett
Cover Story

The Best of Big D 2004

What is the hottest dance club in town? Where can you get a heavenly pedicure? Who serves the yummiest onion rings? For the answers to these burning questions and more, turn to our annual guide to the absolute best in Dallas.
By D Magazine
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The Stonecutter

Sculptor and landscape architect Brad Goldberg is the brains and the brawn behind downtown’s Pegasus Plaza, the courtyard of the new federal building in Oklahoma City, and the entrance to a high-tech think tank in Hamamatsu, Japan, to name but a few of his projects. The Dallas resident deserves to be more famous than he is.
By D Magazine
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The Wonder of Walden

This month, Houghton Mifflin releases the 150th anniversary edition of Henry David Thoreau’s Walden. In it are stunning photographs taken by local nature photographer Scot Miller. Herewith, a sneak peek.
By Jennifer Chininis
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Food and Drink

Chic Eats

Leave the rug rats at home. Fireside Pies serves gourmet pizzas for the kid in all of us.
By D Magazine
Food and Drink

Not Ready for Prime Time

Newcomer G.F. Prime Steakhouse promises a lot but doesn’t deliver.
By Nancy Nichols