| 17 years ago The best female soccer players in North Texas may play for their high schools during the regular season, but their hearts (and cleats) belong to the Lake Highlands Girls Classic League, one of the top recruiting grounds in the country.
| 17 years ago Local spas and salons offer a mind-boggling array of options to help us deal with our obsession for perfection. It’s not just manicures and facials anymore; hot rocks, Botox, and oxygen detox are all the rage. To help you through the beauty maze, we scoured the city to bring you the best places to curl up and rub down.
| 17 years ago Head to the wilderness of British Columbia, where whale watching, seakayaking, and chasing an occasional black bear out of camp are all in aday’s play.
| 17 years ago Guess who nearly killed himself on a celebrity motorcycle run.
| 17 years ago If you haven’t been raped, burgled, or murdered lately, you’ll find this peek at the résumés of people who applied for Dallas police chief absolutely hysterical.
| 17 years ago We scoured Dallas to find the perfect Mother’s Day gifts so you don’t have to.
| 17 years ago When people say the problem is money, it’s a sign of deeper trouble. Lack of money is only the symptom.
| 17 years ago The man with big plans for the Meadows, the busiest little jail in Dallas, Tracy Rowlett talks with DISD superintendent Mike Moses, a very cool DJ, and more.
| 17 years ago Darren McGrady, the former chef for Princess Diana, is now a private chef in Dallas. For years, he kept quiet about his former boss, but, after NBC’s "secret" tapes and Paul Burrell’s controversial book, My Royal Duty, McGrady sat down to dinner to
| 17 years ago Get a quick fix of flash with giant gemstone rings. PLUS: hot gold accessories.
| 17 years ago Tired of the same old omelets? We ate our way across the city in search of the tastiest brunch dishes in town. With baked custard French toast, dim sum, or spanakopita on the menu, you’ll wish every day were Sunday.
| 17 years ago Our exclusive list of the Best Lawyers Under 40 in Dallas. PLUS: pity young lawyers. They have it tougher than the old guard ever did. D Magazine recently sat down with David McAtee, president-elect of the Texas Young Lawyers Association, to talk a
| 17 years ago Ferris, just 21 miles south of Dallas, was just like any other smalltown with a sex scandal and racial tension and a city councilman whoallegedly hit his ex-wife in the face with a pipe. Then the communitynewspaper started printing the whole, ugly truth.