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D Magazine June 2005

Publications

A Few Questions from Tracy Rowlett

Former Dallas City Councilman Charles Terrell speaks out to Tracy Rowlett.
By D Magazine
Fashion

BATHING BEAUTY

The simple black one-piece gets a chic facelift this summer. PLUS: cool kicks from Andreas Beckmann.
By Stephanie Quadri
Best Lists

Dallas Beauty Secrets

Rumor has it that Dallas women are the most beautiful in the world. That may be true, but it takes more than good genes. Thankfully, these great day spas, personal trainers, products, and laser treatments help us maintain those facades.
By D Magazine
Publications

Diary of a High-Society Bridesmaid

Kim Schlegel and I have been friends since college, so I am no stranger to the Schlegel way of doing things. But nothing could have prepared me for her April wedding to Justin Whitman.
By D Magazine
Publications

Father Favors

Foolproof finds for Father’s Day. PLUS: get the latest shop talk.
By Stephanie Quadri
Publications

Great Lakes

As you sit in traffic, your mind wanders to a dock, a fishing pole, and a serene sunset. It must be time to get that lake house you’ve always wanted. But how do you choose? Let this article be your guide.
By D Magazine
Publications

LAST HURRAH: Love Is…

Asking your wife—nicely—not to leave her car out in a hailstorm.


By Tim Rogers
Publications

Mendocino, California

The Northern California wine country meets the rugged beauty of the Pacific coast at the Inn at Victorian Gardens.
By Mary Brown Malouf
Publications

Over the Edge

Paul loved Lorena. But a year ago this month, he drove her to an overpass on the George Bush Turnpike and threw her to her death. Then he dove after her.
By Brian D. Sweany
Publications

PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Family Secret

My uncle was murdered in 1932. My brother decided to find out why.

Publications

Pulse

Neo Camerata tunes up Deep Ellum, a Highland Park socialite hosts a “garage” sale, and John Wiley Price and Maurine Dickey step into the ring.
By D Magazine
Publications

RADIO: Thank You, Ron

This month, after 45 years on the Dallas airwaves, Ron Chapman signs off. Our ears are in mourning.
By Tim Rogers
Food and Drink

Sinfully Delicious

Hibiscus executive chef Nick Badovinus steps into the upscale spotlight with bold flavors served in sensuous surroundings.
By D Magazine
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Food and Drink

Suburban Star

Colleyville gets a destination restaurant with David McMillan’s 62 Main.
By D Magazine