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D Magazine September 2007

Cover Story

Southlake: Welcome to Perfect City, U.S.A.

Success must be in the water in Southlake. How else to explain the dominance in football and just about every other endeavor—athletic or otherwise—tackled by these small-town kids with the big houses.
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Our Picks for the Best in Dallas Shopping

Check out our favorite stops for the very best in clothes (for him and her), shoes, and accessories. PLUS: local jewelry stores with bling broken down by price.

KERA to Add Four Positions Dedicated to Arts

What will come of KERA’s $500K arts grant: better coverage or a conflicted station?
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Woman Describes Horrifying Dream House Roach Infestation

The exterminator told this suburban home-maker that she had a  “roach city” living under her Richardson Dream House. She recounts her true-life tale of fighting the “dark wave” and winning.
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Travel

Chipping Campden, England

This sleepy English hideaway is a perfect escape from city life. Enjoy lush gardens and swank accomodations just a brief, scenic car ride from London.
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Consider the Outsource

What happens when a paper of record hires a consultant to do its work?
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Essay: One Bad Floater

Rules are made to be broken. Except for those at the community pool.
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Uncategorized

Hear Them Roar

Pam Myers-Morgan and Ellen Locy give women a voice with Echo Theatre.

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Food and Drink

Review: Fernando’s Mexican Cuisine

A Mexican-food fix that offers more than your typical combination plates.
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Food and Drink

Review: Kavala

Restaurants like this are transforming North Oak Cliff into Dallas’ next dining mecca.
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Food and Drink

Review: Sea Breeze Fish Market & Grill

Treat your taste buds to a quirky delicacy known as the lobster roll.
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Food and Drink

Review: Sexy Samba

SushiSamba at Galleria Dallas serves up a scintillating bar scene and a smashing mingling of Japanese, Peruvian, and Brazilian cuisines. North Dallas never had it so good.
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Food and Drink

Review: Victory Tavern

With veteran restaurateur Patrick Colombo (Ferre, Cru, Steel) at the helm, and a menu that’s still being fine-tuned, it remains the most practical dining option at Victory Park, with its casual bar and unfussy food.
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