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D Magazine November 2007

Cover Story

The Trinity War

The Trinity debate is a complex civics lesson in transportation, flood control, environmental remediation, and recreational amenities. But four people have made it personal.
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City Chic Accessories for Him

Effortless style for the man on the go.

By Allison Cooke

Colleyville Father-Son Team Makes Kids Happy by Giving Them Blues

The Blue Shoe Project, their nonprofit, aims to educate grade-school kids about the blues.
By Cathy Frisinger

Dallas’ Bryan Garner is the Leading Lexicographer of our Time

Now, as the founder of LawProse, he offers language seminars for lawyers to try and take the legalese out of legal writing.
By Paul Kix

Find Out if a Golf Pro Lives Near You

Did you know 23 pros live here? Find your neighbor on this map.
By D Magazine

Gray is This Season’s Neutral

 This season shades of gray are the new neutral. Charcoal, heather, slate, and ash look sharp when paired with a pop of yellow.


Meet Pappas Bros.’ New Master Sommelier, Barbara Werley

Culinary circles in Dallas are buzzing about the new girl in town.

By Julie Blacklidge

Rome’s New Empire

Local chef Jerome “Rome” Brown moves from pleasing celebrities to playing one on TV.

Turbo Chef’s New Residential Oven

TurboChef’s new residential oven can cook a frozen pizza in 2 minutes and a rack of lamb in less than 5. Is it magic? No. But it’s close.
By Stacey Yervasi

You’re Invited

Social season is here, and we asked local fashion experts to translate the dress codes—from “Black Tie” to “Casual Chic”—popping up on invites across town.
By Stephanie Quadri

An Evening With Attorney and Bon Vivant John Reoch

A night out on the town with Dallas dandy John Reoch is not for the faint of heart. Our writer encountered multiple wardrobe changes, copious flirting, and a slip of the tongue.
By D Magazine

I Have Shoes Older Than My Wife

Our essayist learns the vocabulary (and economics) of women’s designer accessories.
By Marty Cortland

North Lake: The Trouble Starts Here

North Lake, a satellite of Dallas land surrounded by Coppell and Irving, is poised for an infusion of residences courtesy of developer Lucy Billingsley. But a flurry of lawsuits by the city of Coppell and Coppell ISD aim to quash her plans.
By Trey Garrison
Food and Drink

Review: Dallas Fish Market

Dallas Fish Market brings upscale seafood to downtown. The servers will tell you just how good it is.
By Teresa Gubbins

Stowe, Vermont

This charming hamlet offers pristine slopes, quaint shops, and ultra-luxe spa treatments.
By Ryan Mendenhall

The Joy of Cooking (in France)

It took a trip to a cooking school in Perigord, France, to reignite our dining critic’s culinary interest. She and seven kitchen novices enjoyed a week of truffle hunting, trips to market, and foie gras.
By D Magazine

We’re All Gonna Die!

It’s a very complicated thing, this Trinity toll road referendum. The key to understanding it is fear.
By Tim Rogers

Where’s the Baby?

WingSpan Theatre celebrates 10 years by tackling Edward Albee’s The Play About the Baby.
By Glenn Arbery