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D Magazine February 2007

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The Mexican Invasion

What it means to the city. How it will change your life.
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Keeping the Faith

A sleeping baby and other reasons to skip church.
By Tim Rogers
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Love Bites

There’s no need to buy a box of pre-packaged, preservative-packed chocolates for your sweetheart. These local shops make it fresh. Oh, yes.

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So Very Dallas

Sometimes people name their kids after our fair city. And it’s a big name—our city is called “Big D” for goodness’ sake—so it’s a lot to live up to. Here are eight fine folks named Dallas who are up to the task.

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The Woman With the Map

You’ve probably never heard of Katherine Brewer—or her company, Geomap—unless you’re pumping billions of dollars of natural gas out of North Texas. And she’d like to keep it that way.

By Trey Garrison
Fashion

Bling It On

Dress up your denim with dazzling diamonds and sparkling stones.
By Stephanie Quadri
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Blue Jean Baby

Denim’s come a long way since the 1800s, when Levi Strauss first introduced the sturdy fabric to miners and other hard laborers.
By Stephanie Quadri
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Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Cushy accommodations and spa treatments for two make for a romantic escape in Baja.
By Jennifer Chininis
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Mad Money

You want to strike it really, really rich? Stop what you’re doing and start a $10 billion hedge fund.
By Ray Balestri
Food and Drink

Malbec Man

By Julie Blacklidge
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Matisse Exhibit

The Nasher and the DMA partner for the first time for an unprecedented exhibit about Matisse.
By Jenny Block
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Odd Jobs

Justin Richard Griffith, aka GOAT, raps about things he would never teach his elementary students.
By Darryl Smyers
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Food and Drink

Review: Social

Hotel dining rooms, like University Park’s Social, are once again hip and happening places to dine.
By Teresa Gubbins
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Food and Drink

Review: The Mansion on Turtle Creek

At the Mansion on Turtle Creek, the lobster taco and tortilla soup remain, but will diehard Dean Fearing fans keep this fine dining room filled?
By Nancy Nichols
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The Agitator

Why Dallas’ intelligentsia read Allen Gwinn’s web site.
By Paul Kix
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The Economics of an Invasion

People willing to work go where the jobs are. Dallas has jobs.
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The Hit-Maker

In the age of the producer, one of the best lives here unnoticed.
By Miahasha Williams
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The Light Brigade

If lighting designers do their jobs well, you’ll never notice them.
By Glenn Arbery
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Thou Shalt Read This Story

An SMU prof discovers what kids really learn in public schools.
By Paige Phelps
Fashion

Dallas Has the Blues

As in blue jeans. Here’s the latest scoop about local denim.
By Stephanie Quadri
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Power Tables, Annotated

A look at where, and why, the elite meet to eat at Bob’s.
By Nancy Nichols