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D Magazine November 2005

Publications

A Few Questions from Tracy Rowlett

Tracy Rowlett talks to Tom Dunning.
By D Magazine
Fashion

Designing Women

Four locals keep us accessorized in style.
By D Magazine
Publications

Fast Cars! Wanton Women! Yeehaw!

The sublime, beer-fueled foolishness of my very first (and likely last) NASCAR weekend.
By D Magazine
Publications

Field Guide to the Dallas Man

More than 2,300 subspecies of the Dallas Man roam North Texas. We have time and space to tell you about only five.

By D Magazine
Publications

FISTICUFFS: The Real-life Fight Club

A peek inside the underground world of unsanctioned bare-knuckle boxing in Dallas.
Publications

Home of the Year

This year’s winner of the D Magazine Home of the Year is the elegantly simple and simply beautiful McKinney Farmhouse by architect Ron Wommack.

By D Magazine
Publications

LAST HURRAH: Home Alone

It takes a village to raise a child. Or just one leash.
Cover Story

Man Power: We Like Mike

When it came time to choose the face of the Dallas Man, there could be only one: Mike Modano.
By D Magazine
Publications

Nevis, West Indies

Ward off the winter blues with walks in lush gardens, midday naps in hammocks, and scuba dives in the Caribbean.
By Nancy Nichols
Publications

Objects of Desire

For your shopping pleasure, we present an assortment of the coolest, manliest, most expensive stuff you can put your hands on in Dallas.
By D Magazine
Fashion

Pretty Pileup

This fall, it’s all about layers.
By D Magazine
Publications

PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Forget Wright. Buy Love.

Why fight over the Wright Amendment? Instead, let DFW Airport take over Love Field.
Publications

Pulse

A cowboy chef, Paris Hilton’s puppy breeder, and the richest man in Dallas (he’s not who you think).
By Adam McGill
Publications

Rocket Men

In their Apollo 13 meets Jackass TV show, this father-son team straps rockets to stuff—say, a Mini Cooper—and makes it fly.
By D Magazine
Publications

THEATER: Stage Fright

With the death of Plano Rep, the question is, can local theater survive when audiences throw tomatoes at controversial plays?
By Glenn Arbery
Publications

Things Every Man Should Know

An admittedly incomplete checklist for the not-yet-complete man.

By D Magazine
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Food and Drink

Mexican Fiesta

Cafe San Miguel brings the sophisticated tastes of Mexico to Henderson Avenue.
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Food and Drink

Nicola’s Redux

Moving from the Galleria to the Shops at Legacy has given this northern Italian restaurant a new life. Now all you need are reservations.