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D Magazine June 2006

Cover Story

Paycheck Peeking

Asking how much someone makes is almost as gauche as asking how much they weigh. But that didn’t stop us. We pried and poked to find out who makes how much dough in Dallas. From energy CEO to stripper, here are the figures. How does your salary stack up?
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A Few Questions

Tracy Rowlett chats with Mary Anne Alhadeff, CEO of KERA.
By Tracy Rowlett
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Eleuthera, Bahamas

Skip the crowded, high-profile beaches of Harbour Island. Instead find seclusion at The Cove.
By Nancy Nichols
Fashion

Heel Thyself

Local gal Rosie Ildemaro chats about designing couture shoes. PLUS: Beach-inspired baubles for you and your home and gifts for dad.
By Stephanie Quadri
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LAST HURRAH: Goodbye, Kitty

How my small heart and tight wallet robbed my son of pet ownership.

By Tim Rogers
Fashion

One-piece Wonder

Super-sexy one-piece swimsuits for summer.
By Stephanie Quadri
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POLITICS: Dead in the Water

Thanks to a quirk of Dallas politics-the first time it’s ever happened-Laura Miller will not get reelected. (Hint: South Dallas voters have teeth.)
By Rod Davis
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PUBLISHER’S NOTE: March to Power

Will the April 9 immigration rally be a turning point in Dallas history? Not anytime soon.

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Pulse

Up-and-coming starlet Cheyenne Kimball, why cameras at traffic lights will endanger your safety, the truth behind the immigration rally, and more.
By Paul Kix
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Food and Drink

Review: Alessio’s

Alessio Franceschetti gives his Highland Park loyalists a reason to leave The Bubble.
By Teresa Gubbins
Food and Drink

Review: Chamberlain’s Fish Market Grill

When you serve good food, people will come—sometimes by the busload. But if a big crowd is a turnoff, the food at Chamberlain’s will turn you back on.
By Nancy Nichols
Food and Drink

Review: Chow Thai

Chow Thai is a neighborhood restaurant special enough to entice old neighbors to return.
By Jennifer Chininis
Food and Drink

Review: Cosmo Rouge Bistro and Lounge

Bishop Arts District still feels enough of the underdog that it’ll embrace just about any new bistro that settles in its midst. So it’s air kisses and hugs for Cosmo Rouge.
By Teresa Gubbins
Food and Drink

Review: Nikolini Cafe

If you really need to be fawned over while you dine, you’ll be happier getting your Greek fix elsewhere. But unconventionality is part of Nikolini’s charm.
By Jennifer Chininis
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Food and Drink

Review: Zea WoodFire Grill

Restaurant veterans Bill Hyde and Roger Kaplan have a hit with Zea WoodFire Grill.
By Teresa Gubbins
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Street Life

In the 1950s, Oak Cliff’s Jefferson Boulevard was thriving, but by the 1980s, the street had all but perished. Thanks to some entrepreneurial Hispanics, the boulevard is back in business.
By Peter Calvin, Author and Photographer
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The End of the Cannonball

For decades, kids have been swan diving, jackknifing, and belly-flopping from the high dives of their community pools. Now a state law is robbing children of this rite of passage.
By D Magazine
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40 Greatest Stories

The Word According to Doyle Davidson

From his Plano pulpit, he says a Jezebel spirit has infected the city and mental illness can be cured with prayer. It was the last thing Dena Schlosser needed to hear.
By Paul Kix
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THEATER: No Picnic

Raphael Parry has the tricky task of producing Shakespeare outdoors-the very place the Bard intended. But the Bard didn’t have to contend with I-30. PLUS: the clowns behind Slappy’s Playhouse.
By Glenn Arbery