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D Magazine June 2007

Cover Story

Asian Garden Provides Taste of Home for Local Refugees

At the East Dallas Community Garden, refugees from Cambodia, Vietnam, Burma, and Somalia have grown foods from their homelands to feed their families and communities.
By D Magazine
Publications

A Road Will Run Through It

The current Trinity parkway design misses the mark. But the answer is to fix it, not can it.
Fashion

Beach Chic

Swimsuits that’ll turn heads whether you’re poolside or seaside.
By Stephanie Quadri
Publications

Blue is the New Green

Dallas’ recycling program has cause to celebrate its six-month anniversary.
By Rod Davis
Fashion

Carryalls for the Coastline

From sporty to sophisticated, we found a bevy of beach bags to suit your style this summer.
By Stephanie Quadri
Publications

Home Cooking

You should eat locally grown food because you’ll save mankind. Oh, and because it tastes better.
By Nancy Nichols
Crime

How a Rookie Exposed a Ring Inside DPD

Shanna Lopez would still be policing the streets of Dallas today if she hadn’t stumbled onto a ring of DPD veterans trying to inflate their arrest numbers by preying on those they had sworn to protect.
By Trey Garrison
Fashion

How to Get Barney’s Ken Foret’s Look

If dapper duds are what you’re after, Barneys’ Ken Foret is the man to see.
By Stephanie Quadri
Publications

How UTD Nabbed the Nation’s Top Nanotech Guy

UTD’s NanoTech Institute has big-time street cred in the nano world, thanks to Ray Baughman, whose far-reaching discoveries are putting the miniscule under the microscope.
By Paul Kix
Publications

Local Music You’ll Like

Lindsay Graham’s Telegram
By Paul Kix
Publications

Muse, Thy Name is McKnight

A SMU professor and his wife keep turning up in novels.
By Cathy Frisinger
Publications

One-Man Google

W.K. Jeffus hunts down history the old-fashioned way, without a computer.
By D Magazine
Publications

Pick Your Own

Grab the kids and put that SUV to work. North Texas is home to dozens of bountiful farms and ranches where you can roll up your sleeves and make your mouth happy.
By Nancy Nichols
Publications

The Best Theater in Dallas

Well, actually it’s in Addison, but WaterTower is setting the standard for all area theater companies.
By Glenn Arbery
Publications

The Ritz-Carlton’s Roberto van Geenen

 This man radiates refinement.
By Laura Kostelny
Publications

The Still Life of the Party

Why is it that the hottest bodies at Dallas’ biggest events are there just as adornments?
By Stacey Yervasi
Publications

Tulum, Mexico

Azul Blue Hotel + Spa pampers guests with a gourmet-inclusive stay on the Mayan Riviera.
By D Magazine
Publications

Vision Quest

A Dallas eye doctor helps his father see how they can change the world.
By Trey Garrison
Publications

Where the Cool Kids Sit at Al Biernat’s

A look at where, and why, the elite meet to eat at  Al Biernat’s.
Publications

Why We Need to Save the Farmers Market

Because if Dallas is a real foodie town, we need a place where chefs and shoppers can buy and eat local.
By Rod Davis
Publications

Essay: Letter From Home

One young reader takes exception to our columnist’s use of irony.
By Tim Rogers
Food and Drink

Fish Express

Navigating the choppy waters of the Dallas seafood scene yields one catch worth weighing.
By Teresa Gubbins
Food and Drink

Mom and Popcorn Company

McKinney couple pops yummy corn.
By Nancy Nichols
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Food and Drink

Review: Nove Italiano

Nove Italiano is a great restaurant. Just don’t expect real Italian food.
By Teresa Gubbins
Food and Drink

X-Rated Fusion Liqueur

It’s bright pink. Front-lawn flamingo pink. And although women will love X-Rated Fusion Liqueur, men will still empty the bottle to the last drop.
By Julie Blacklidge
Publications

Eat Local

You’re lucky. North Texas offers a bounty of delicious, healthy food, everything from plump tomatoes to sweet basil to chickens that actually taste like chicken. Here’s how to take advantage of where you live.
By D Magazine
Food and Drink

Ice Cream Old School

Emack & Bolio’s comes to Flower Mound. The Boston chain was founded by a music lawyer with rock ’n’ roll connections.
By Teresa Gubbins