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D Magazine June 2004


Cool Rider

Bond girl meets biker babe.
By Stephanie Quadri

Fun in the Sun

Whether you’re going to the beach or hanging poolside, don’t forget these summer staples.
By Stephanie Quadri

HEALTH: 15-Minute Brain Surgery

Local graphic designer Randall Haws was depressed and plagued by nagging, persistent headaches. Finally he found a cure for what ailed him: he drilled a hole in his head.
By Wendy Lyons Sunshine

LAST HURRAH: He Shoots, He Scores!

Message to Deion Sanders: don’t hate the player. Hate the game.
By Tim Rogers
Cover Story

Lips to Die For

They went to him for lips like Angelina
Jolie’s. But what they didn’t know was the good “doctor” was no doctor
at all. Worse, he was injecting his patients with industrial-grade
silicone. This is the exclusive story about how on
By Carlton Stowers

Pants Off!

Bermuda shorts rise to the occasion as this summer’s must-have thing to have.
By Laura Kostelny
Best Lists

Pets: An Owner’s Manual

Our furry friends love us unconditionally. In thanks, we tote them
around in Fendi bags, take them to day care, and warm them up in
Burberry sweaters. Whether you love a Pyrenees or a Persian, we bring
you the best vets, boarders, groomers, boutiques, day
By D Magazine


One of the best female swimmers on the planet, Tracy Rowlett gets serious with Laura Miller, Dallas’ lonliest owl, the top ocularist in the country, and more.
By D Magazine

Rest for the Weary

After a day of hiking and biking, unwind with a hot rocks massage at Utah’s Red Mountain Spa.
By Jennifer Chininis

Revolution at Dallas’ Daily

With profits plummeting and a newsroom cowed by political correctness, Dallas Morning News publisher Jim Moroney has his work cut out for him.
By Craig Flournoy

TELEVISION: My Life as a Wrestler

For the reality show Faking It, I was plucked from my career as an attorney and trained to be a wrestler. The show was fake, but the pain was real.
By D Magazine

The King of Class

Atef Mankarios has developed, managed, and operated luxury hotels from
Barbados to Spain. He could live anywhere in the world, yet he stays in
Dallas. If the top names in the hotel business want him, they can come
By D Magazine