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D Magazine October 2006

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The Best Doctors in Dallas 2006

We induct three more physicians into the Dallas Medical Hall of Fame: Robert L. Moore, M.D.; Harry Metcalf Spence, M.D.; and Marion Thomas Jenkins, M.D. PLUS: our exclusive list of the top 643 local doctors.
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Breaking Up is Hard to Do

Some Episcopal clergy in the Diocese of Dallas are fomenting civil war over the role of gays, Scriptural literalism, and the fate of the national church itself. Which churches might split?

By D Magazine
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Dream Parties

With party season fast approaching (and new ideas waning), we asked three local event planners to design a fantasy bash. No rules. No budget. Get the invitations ready.

By D Magazine
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FIRST PERSON: Nowhere to Run

With 15 bites, two dogs brought me to the ground. Now I wonder when I’ll ever be safe outside again—because not running is not an option.
By Roger Brooks
Fashion

Formal Season

Look to Carolina Herrera for inspired party attire.
By Stephanie Quadri
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Food and Drink

Get Your Chili Fix at Tolbert’s

You could argue all night about what goes into chili. Or you can just eat some at Tolbert’s in Grapevine.
By Teresa Gubbins
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Great Escapes

The winter blahs got you down? No worries. Whether ski or sun, shop or spa, these 15 hot destinations have your cure.
Fashion

Irresistable Intimates and the Power of Pink

Pink products for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and sweet shops for sexy underthings.
By Ryan Mendenhall
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LAST HURRAH: Color Blind

Before I knew what had happened, I was in cahoots with my racist neighbor.
By Tim Rogers
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MID-LIFE: Dream Boat

Jim Benge wants to sail around the world, starting in Dallas. But first he’ll have to get the boat he’s building out of his warehouse.

By Harry Hunsicker
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Ovation Inflation

Dallas audiences apparently think that not bestowing a standing ovation would be an insult, a “B-“. When everybody else gets an “A+”, they’re right. So why are we so easy? PLUS: Goss Gallery wants you to look at ceramics in a new way.


By Glenn Arbery
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PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Rules for Living

Robert Hoffman gave this city a lot, including $150 million worth of art. Then there’s the little brown book.
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Pulse

Second-generation success (hopefully) at Southlake-Carroll, cleaning the air is not as difficult as trading in your car and living in a tree, and a shakeup in the local gallery scene. PLUS: a book about the Red River Shootout filled with as much about off-field misbehaviors as much as on-field performances.
By Paul Kix
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Food and Drink

Review: Dish

Downtown Plano could use a superstar restaurant. Dish almost delivers.
By Teresa Gubbins
Food and Drink

Review: Little Hunan

This Chinese spot in Plano does all the classics, but it also has a second menu full of unusual delights.
By Teresa Gubbins
Food and Drink

Review: Local

At Local, excellent service, intelligent design, and delightful food converge to create a memorable meal.
By Jennifer Chininis
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Food and Drink

Review: Paparazzi Pizza

This Carrollton pizza parlor pakes pies worth the drive.
By Jennifer Chininis
Food and Drink

Review: Rouge

Make a meal out of tapas at this boudoir-like restaurant.
By Jennifer Chininis
Food and Drink

Review: St. Martin’s Wine Bistro

There’s nothing surprising about the menu at this old-school European bistro, but the good news is the dishes are executed well.
By Jennifer Chininis
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Food and Drink

Review: Trece

Robert Colombo brings back chichi dining to the old Sipango space. The Parkies thank him.
By Teresa Gubbins
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Food and Drink

Review: Twisted Root Burger Co.

The canonization of burgers continues at Twisted Root Burger Co., a joint helmed by chefs Jason Boso and Quincy Hart.
By Teresa Gubbins
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Sinking Ship

To stay afloat, the Dallas Morning News just threw some 85 souls overboard. But saving the daily will require more radical thinking. (Hint: pretend it’s 1920 again.)

By D Magazine
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The Joy of Cruising

Prefer smaller, more intimate ships? Then join fellow discerning travelers and discover the exotic land of Indochina on a Silversea ship.
By D Magazine