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D Magazine April 2006

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Best Public High Schools 2006

Want to know how well-prepared your kids are for college? Using achievement in AP and IB as our guide, we rank the top 109 public high schools in Dallas. PLUS: how to save a year’s worth of college tuition and decoding the school finance debate.
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A Few Questions

Tracy Rowlett chats with urban-planning expert John Fregonese.

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Fashion

In the Trenches

The classic trench coat gets a makeover.

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LAST HURRAH: Best Seat on the House

The unexpectedly adventurous life of my old velour easy chair.
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Travel

Musha Cay, Bahamas

Renting a private island in the Bahamas is almost as good as owning your own.
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My Famous Friend

Stephanie March was my friend long before she chewed out Ice-T on Law & Order: SVU. Although I’ll never turn heads the way Stephanie does, she’s not the one writing this article.
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PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Citizen on Patrol

For years city politicos let crime soar. One Dallas businessman has had enough.
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Pulse

Former Baywatch babe Brooke Burns’ brush with death, SMU’s labanotation expert, bigger guns for cops, and more.
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Food and Drink

Review: Caribbean Grill

The success of this funky hideaway comes as much from its role as a community hangout as its tropical cuisine
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Food and Drink

Review: Chaparral Club

Who goes to Chaparral at the Adams Mark Hotel? Locals not so much—and that’s part of the magic.
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Food and Drink

Review: Jeroboam

Our heart’s all aflutter again for the Kirby Building’s resident dining establishment.
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Review: Kenny’s Wood Fired Grill

Former Rockfish chef Kenny Bowers opens Kenny’s Wood Fired Grill in Addison. He’s got more than a few tricks on his menu.
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Food and Drink

Review: Kitchen 1924

Kitchen 1924 owner Shawn Horne and executive chef Edward Mendoza provide the perfect one-two punch.
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Review: Papou’s Greek Kitchen and Taverna

The recipes come from the owner’s mom, who taught the staff herself.
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Food and Drink

Review: Randy’s Steakhouse

Quite a few menu items have a Cajun theme, and that’s where owner Randy Burks’ true heart seemed to beat.
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Review: Teppo Yakitori and Sushi Bar

These days there’s a sushi joint on every corner, but we have a soft spot for this sleek and modern Lower Greenville mainstay.
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Shop and Nosh at Bistro N

Bistro N seems like a knock-off of Neiman’s Zodiac, but it’s not as fussy.
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Fashion

Shop Talk

Stock up for spring at these two new stores and a one-of-a-kind shopping event. PLUS: cherries are popping up everywhere for spring.
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SPACES: NorthPark’s Secret

With curved planters, Hammering Men, and now a $200 million expansion, NorthPark Center is more than a mall.

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Tennis? Anyone?

Ladies, we know you love your short skirts, visors, and built-in bras—even when your day’s activities include little more than lunching at Toulouse. But isn’t it about time you put those tennis clothes to good use?
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The Real Deal: Jimmy’s Cuban Sandwich

Mike and Paul DiCarlo reopen Dallas’ favorite Italian market.
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THEATER: The Magical Bite of Cora Cardona

Few have influenced Dallas theater the way Cora Cardona has. So why isn’t her Teatro Dallas the resident theater at the Latino Cultural Center? PLUS: the Dallas Children’s Theater takes on the thorny topic of bullying girls.
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Thrills, Chills & Spills

Looking for an adrenaline rush that you can get only from jumping out of a plane or shooting a wild boar with a bow? Then you’ll love our thrill seeker’s guide to Dallas.
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