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D Magazine April 2005

A Few Questions from Tracy Rowlett

Harriet Miers speaks out To Tracy Rowlett.

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At Home

Have you ever wondered how the local luminaries live? Well, now’s your chance to take a tour of the houses of photographer Laura Wilson, fashion diva Jan Strimple, and philanthropist Nance Champman.

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BestBuds

Check out this hot new floral and lifestyle shop Cymbidium.

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Fashion

BOHEMIAN BEAUTY

Go bohemian this spring with peasant blouses, printed skirts, and beaded sandals. PLUS: festive accessories to brighten your look (and your mood).
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FILM: The Schlockmeister

Dallas director Larry Buchanan spent a lifetime making terrible movies. For that he should be remembered fondly.
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LAST HURRAH: Lord of the Dance

I didn’t want to go dancing, but we could bring wine. Too bad the instructor was a buzz kill.
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Travel

Miraval, Life in Balance

At this chic spa in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert, guests pamper their minds, bodies, and souls.
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PUBLISHER’S NOTE: The Paradox of Laura Miller

How can someone so disliked be so popular?
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Pulse

The DMA unveils its grand gift, how one man is building a burger empire, and reality TV comes (back) to Dallas.
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SPORTS: Can a Smart Guy Pitch?

Chris Young is confronting his life-long dream: playing in the majors. If his Ivy League brain doesn’t screw it up, he just might save the Rangers.

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Still Life Downtown

Local photographer Peter Calvin spent a year documenting downtown Dallas, focusing on cast-aside, neglected, or repurposed elements—and often finding unintended beauty.
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Best Lists

The 100 Most Expensive Homes in Dallas 2005

Our biennial peek at the pads of the rich and famous reveals surprising changes. Sixteen new people have made the list. Others have slipped or risen on it. We, like you, are voyeurs. So come on upstairs with us and have a look inside the medicine cabinet.

Tom Coleman is Not the Biggest Racist in America

When 10 percent of the black residents of a small Panhandle town were snagged in a drug bust, the white cop responsible for it became the poster boy for bigotry. It’s time to unlearn everything you think you know about Tulia, Texas.
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