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D Magazine March 2007

Cover Story

The Quiet American

Gamal Abdel-Hafiz was the first Muslim FBI agent, on a first-name basis with FBI director Louis Freeh, and admired for his assistance in busting terrorists. All that changed when he was asked to wear a wire.
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Cover Story

True Colors

Spring fashion steps out awash in color. From cobalt blue to canary yellow to radiant red, eye-popping hues are the season’s freshest take on fashion.
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Cover Story

The New Rules of Dallas Real Estate

Here’s how to turn those sagging sales and excess new-home inventory to your advantage. 
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Lucas Priolo, Texas Ballet Theater

Lucas Priolo dances a demanding world premiere at the Texas Ballet Theater. Requiem will be performed March 30 and 31 at 8 pm and April 1 at 2 pm at the Majestic Theatre in Dallas.


By Jenny Block
Nightlife

The Billionaire Next Door

Georg Schaeffler came to Dallas in search of anonymity. With apologies, here’s the first profile of him ever written.
By Tim Rogers
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The Great Bush Library Debate

I love a good fight. It’s nice to see SMU having one.
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The Kitchen Dog Theater Takes on Moral Failure

How Kitchen Dog’s lastest production was influenced by Tina Parker’s cold, Chris Carlos’ exile, and Dan Day’s 2-year-old son.


By Glenn Arbery
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Dr. Feel Good

When your office towers get too cold, Gerald Kettler gets the call.
By Trey Garrison
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Essay: My 7-year-old Discovers Porn

There are things on the Internet that 7-year-olds shouldn’t see.
By Tim Rogers
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Everything Is Illuminated

Watching a bill become a law hasn’t been this much fun since School House Rock.
By Rod Davis
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Have We Arrived?

Two “major” events promise to place Dallas on fashion’s international stage.
By Stephanie Quadri
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Let Them Play Chess

UTD has found the secret to a smarter student body:award the young Bobby Fishers.
By Paul Kix
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Pucker Up

A secret Dallas committee creates Lancôme’s latest lip line.
By Ryan Mendenhall
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The Men Behind the Curtain

AFI’s International Film Festival comes to Dallas March 22. And, yeah, it’s as big a deal as the name implies (not just because D Magazine is a co-sponsor).
By Ryan Mendenhall
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The Valet Report

Fancy cars always come back faster from the valet than do the rides of the hoi polloi.
By D Magazine
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2006 North Texas Home Prices

How does your neighborhood stack up?
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Is Your Home a Teardown?

Three case studies show how to figure where the real value lies.
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Luxury in the Wilderness

Forget the big cruise ships. American Safari Cruises offers an upscale and up-close look at the wonders of Alaska from the bow of a 112-foot yacht.
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Food and Drink

Dumplings on the Run

The arrival of Kuai Dumplings & Soups brings Dallas up to speed on one of the latest food trends that has spread from New York to Houston to the West Coast.
By Teresa Gubbins
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Food and Drink

Review: Luqa

After three years of renovation, Luqa, the centerpiece of downtown’s Dallas Roof Garden, meets our lofty expectations.
By Teresa Gubbins
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Food and Drink

Review: Tipperary Inn

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, the Tipp, as it’s known, has revamped its menu.
By Tim Rogers
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Where to Buy Next

Dallas-Fort Worth real estate values are all over the map. Turns out we have the map. Here are 10 neighborhoods to watch, either because they’re hot—or not.
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Why McMansions are Good for Dallas

Before you go cursing developers, consider the big picture—and your own property’s value.
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Wild Ride for Foodies

How Central Market took its next-generation store to Southlake and turned the tedious chore of shopping for groceries into an amusement park adventure.
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Texas Escapes

Whether it’s fine food and wine, funky shops and nightlife, or communing with nature, there’s a town in Texas to sate any traveler’s desires. Just get in the car and hit the road. Your adventure awaits.
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