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D Magazine July 2007

Cover Story

Ebby Halliday: The Woman Who (Still) Sells Dallas

Ebby Halliday, 96, founder of one of the nation’s largest independent real estate brokerages, let us shadow her for a typical day. It lasted 19 hours. PLUS: the Best Real Estate Agents in Dallas.
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Cover Story

The 100 Most Expensive Homes in Dallas 2007

Our biennial look at the costliest pads in town contains many of the regulars. But 32 new names join the happy club this year.
By research by Pablo Lastra
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Food and Drink

Review: Sangria

Alberto Lombardi rides again, this time Spanish-style, at his recently opened Sangria.
By Jennifer Chininis
Publications

Dallas Fights to Solve Stray Dog Problem

Dallas Animal Services workers catch more than 20,000 dogs every year. That doesn’t begin to solve the problem of a city still overrun by strays.
By D Magazine
Best Lists

The Best Real Estate Agents in Dallas

Need a good agent? This is where you’ll find the best. Use this specially formatted profile section to learn more about this year’s winning real estate agents who were voted best in their field by recent home buyers and sellers in Dallas-Fort Worth.
By D Magazine
Publications

Anchorman Scott Sams Returns to Dallas

Scott Sams was fired from Channel 8 in 2004. Now, after paying his dues anchoring in Sherman, he’s back in Dallas, a changed man.
By Paul Kix
Publications

Buenos Aires, Argentina

The new chic city of South America is full of beautiful people and places.
Publications

Dallas Directors’ Next Big Thing Makes Some People Nervous

Marianne Galloway and Tom Parr IV have reinvented Risk Theater Initiative and found a stage to call home.
By Glenn Arbery
Publications

Dress Dallas: New Store Sells Only Local Lines

Last year abi ferrin was named Texas’ top designer by Stanley Korshak and the Dallas Fashion Incubator. The award granted Ferrin, 29, free loft space for a year at South Side On Lamar, where she has opened the Revolving Door Dallas, the most original store in town.
By Stephanie Quadri
Publications

Essay: Fun With Old People

A proposed playground has the neighbors’ gums wagging.
By Tim Rogers
Publications

How $100k Nearly Ruined a Club Pro’s Life

Judd Whiteman was just another country club golf pro until a wealthy benefactor bankrolled his professional undoing.
By Curt Sampson
Fashion

How to Travel with Style

Traveling doesn’t mean donning a terry tracksuit and ditching your polished looks. Flats and a printed scarf are carry-on must-haves.
By Stephanie Quadri
Publications

Local Publisher Finds Success with Unauthorized Anthologies

Glenn Yeffeth publishes “Smart” books for smart fans.
By David Hopkins
Publications

Mag Club

Navigating the New Yorker in Dallas.
By Stacey Yervasi
Fashion

New Doors in Dallas

Get Klad at Victory Park, and get a pleasing rear view at Eileen Kelley.
By Stephanie Quadri
Publications

Recruitment Through Video Games

The Guildhall at SMU is a grueling 21-month program that teaches students how to make video games.
By Ryan Jones
Food and Drink

Review: Addison Cafe

This isn’t simply a nostalgia trip. When it comes to the classics, Addison Cafe executes with surprising aptitude.
By Teresa Gubbins
Food and Drink

Review: Angela’s Bistro 51

From spinach artichoke dip loaded with garlic and freshly grated Parmesan to moist chocolate-cinnamon cake, every bite at Angela’s is memorable.
By Jennifer Chininis
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Food and Drink

Review: Flavor Asian Fusion and Dessert Bar

This neighborhood spot crosses the breach between authentic Asian and Asian fusion, with curry and Thai fried rice next to filet mignon and rack of lamb.
By Teresa Gubbins
Food and Drink

Review: Kalachandji’s Palace and Restaurant

How could Dallas be home to a Hare Krishna temple with a restaurant that serves a vegetarian buffet?
By Teresa Gubbins
Food and Drink

Review: Positano

New chef-owner Antonio Avona has settled into the neighborhood nicely.
By Jennifer Chininis
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Food and Drink

Review: Tradicion

If you like Avila’s Tex-Mex on Maple, you’ll love Ricky Avila’s take on authentic, upscale Mexican food at Tradicion.
By Teresa Gubbins
Best Lists

The Best Patios in Dallas

We scoured the area for some of the best patios to ingest and imbibe, al fresco.
By D Magazine
Fashion

The Hooters of Hair Salons

Irving-based Knockouts brings babes and beer to bangs.
By Laura Kostelny
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Food and Drink

The Wide World of Food

Carlos Pippa now sells the best Italian cheeses, cured meats, and century-old balsamic vinegar to the public.
By Teresa Gubbins
Publications

Watch This

When temperatures spike this summer, ditch the movie megaplex for screenings of Conduit Gallery’s super-cool Art Video Series.
By Laura Kostelny
Publications

Working the Blue

Did the Dallas City Council take advantage of a cop’s funeral?
By Trey Garrison
Publications

Scott Sams Returns

After paying his dues anchoring in Sherman, Sams is back in Dallas, a changed man.


By Paul Kix
Food and Drink

Review: Olenjack’s Grille

The food lacks finesse, but portions are big and prices are moderate. And Arlington didn’t have much in the way of fine dining.
By Teresa Gubbins