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D Magazine May 2005

Best Lists

52 Things Every Dallasite Must Do

Maybe you just moved here from Des Moines (or, more likely, Guanajuato). Maybe you’ve lived here all your life. Either way, you can’t call yourself a true resident of this fair city until you’ve done each and every one of the following. Get to it.
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A Few Questions from Tracy Rowlett

Al Lipscomb speaks out to Tracy Rowlett.
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Travel

Antigua, Guatemala

Breathtaking landscapes, colorful open-air markets, and an abundance of ancient ruins make it a destination that doesn’t disappoint.
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FILM: Hey, It’s That Guy

After more than three decades in Hollywood, Stephen Tobolowsky finally landed the perfect role: himself.
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FIRST PERSON: I AM Woman, Watch Me Strip!

I shed my inhibitions and discovered the secret to self-acceptance at an exotic-dance class in Southlake.
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LAST HURRAH: Performance Anxiety

Someone please stop me before I emcee again.
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No Place Like Home

My wife and I wanted a place in the country to raise our kids, so we moved to Midlothian, the cement capital of Texas. Then our neighbors started getting cancer, so we had to figure out why.
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Not Too Shabby

You’ll find something old and something new at Ambrosia Vintage Vogue. PLUS: get the latest shop talk.
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PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Why Blackwood Makes Sense

By giving the mayor authority, Dallas can restore clarity and accountability to City Hall.

Pulse

Avery Johnson stands tall, Pimp parties are hot, and Zagat cooks its goose with Dallas foodies.
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Fashion

REAL SIMPLE

White is pure and simple for summer. PLUS: accessories inspired by Mother Nature.
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Best Lists

The Best Elementary Schools in Dallas

Which neighborhoods have the best schools? It’s the question all parents ask, and we’ve got the answers. From Frisco to Fort Worth and everywhere in between, these schools are outpacing their peers.

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Best Lists

Jim Coleman Is the Gentleman’s Lawyer

In 2005, Jim Coleman was overwhelmingly voted the most respected lawyer in town—to no one’s surprise but his own.
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The Party Boys

Once upon a time, Dallas was a small town with a dull nightlife. That was before these seven wild and crazy entrepreneurs changed the booze and restaurant business forever. Meet the men who put the life in Dallas nightlife.
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Food and Drink

Finger-lickin’ Good

One of Texas’ finest ’cue joints, Rudy’s Country Store and Bar-B-Q, opens near Denton.
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Food and Drink

Sexy Food and the City

Plush and lush Pandora is the newest upscale addition to the downtown Dallas dining scene.
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