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D Magazine December 2006

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Lost: How a dead man saved two Dallas hikers

They rode a tram to the top of a mountain to have drinks. Instead, they wound up lost in the California wilderness for four days. For the first time, a Dallas couple shares the harrowing story of how a dead man saved their lives.
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Oink for Good Luck at Germandeli.com

Marzipan pigs are just some of the goodies at this Southlake shop that sells all things German.
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Review: Bijoux

Chef-owner Scott Gottlich, formerly of Lola, aims high at Bijoux. And he almost hits his mark.
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Review: Craft Dallas

Superstar chef-owner Tom Colicchio opens Craft Dallas, his temple of pure upscale American food. But will the dining public pay dearly for it?
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Review: Red’s Patio Grill

This Plano restaurant has to be one of the first places where your table location matters more than what you order.
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Review: St. Pete’s Dancing Marlin

The name suggests something different than what it is: a bar with a full menu of familiar items, from fried calamari to New York strip.
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Review: Tom Yum Thai

Food exhibits a degree of uncommon authenticity and sure-handed application of heat at Tom Yum Thai.
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Review: Village Burger Bar

Despite the name, panini and salads are on the menu, too, but burgers are what come out of the kitchen most.
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Review: Vitto Italian

Our heavy-on-the-garlic meal at Vitto Italian was more than satisfying. (We just refrained from kissing for a while.)
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Tea Time at Nasher Sculpture Center Cafe

Wolfgang Puck Catering brings holiday tea to the Nasher.
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Staying Alive

Dallas playwright Angela Wilson had a blind date she never got over. So she wrote about him—twice.
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Ballroom Dancing! Indictments!

A shocking twist in the FBI investigation into City Hall.
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How the Grinch Shops for Christmas

Despite an apparent disdain for the holidays, our not-so-sensible shopper hit the streets in search of that perfect present for everyone on her list. After manhandling the goods in nearly 40 shops, she found them.
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It’s Her Show Now

Fifty years ago, the Dallas Opera made its debut, with Maria Callas as its star. No one thought they’d make it five decades. But general manager Karen Stone has big plans for the next half-century.
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Did the City Lie About the Trinity?

Extra costs were buried in the bond program. And there are more costs ahead. But are they being hidden?
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Just 45 minutes from Dubai’s crane-infested city center is a conservation resort where you can enjoy the desert in style.
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Nautical by Nature

Resort season is here, so hit the beach in style (and we don’t mean bathing suits). PLUS: fancy frills for your resort wear and great gifts for your favorite girl (hint: they sparkle).
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Pulse

KERA’s Krys Boyd is not Glenn Mitchell (and that’s fine); a MySpace prank goes Hollywood; and a local web site encourages alcoholism. PLUS: how to look cute while killing Bambi. 
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The Best Financial Planners in Dallas

Most people wait too long to plan for their financial future. Don’t make that mistake. No matter how much money you have, you need a professional in charge of it. PLUS: our exclusive list of the top 69 financial planners in town
 


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Digital Crack

Local company MumboJumbo created a seemingly innocent video game set in ancient Egypt. Little did they know they’d hook soccer moms.
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