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D Magazine April 2008

Cover Story

Your Perfect Day

No matter what kind of person you are, we’ve got your perfect day planned. You a thrill-seeker? A $30K millionaire? Got kids? Pets? For 21 personality types, we’ve lined up 21 ideal iteneraries.
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Being Rich Really Hurts Come Tax Time

Doing my taxes used to be just a matter of math. Now it’s a complicated dance with my unimaginative accountants.
By Marty Cortland

Cashing in on Subprime

The subprime crisis in the housing market has led to a financial crisis and fears of a recession. If only someone could have predicted it. Someone did. His name is Kyle Bass, and he made about half a billion dollars from it.
By Craig Hanley

Joe Carillo: Tree Whisperer

By Pamela Gwyn Kripke
Fashion

Orange Crush Fashion Trends

Fashion translates into home trends and vice versa.
By Stephanie Quadri
Uncategorized

Play: Snake Eyes at the Mardi Gras Motel

Steven Walters puts a murderous spin on high school football in his new play, Snake Eyes at the Mardi Gras Motel.
By Glenn Arbery
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Food and Drink

Review: Charlie Palmer

Attention to detail and inventive twists put Charlie Palmer above and beyond Dallas’ typical upscale steakhouse.
By Teresa Gubbins
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Food and Drink

Review: La Cubanita

Alberto Lombardi strikes again with La Cubanita, a charming, non-traditional take on Cuban fare.

The Man Who Keeps the Art at the Nasher Sculpture Center Clean

John Campbell is part art historian, part scientist, and part dust buster in his role as conservator at the Nasher Sculpture Center.
By Kevin Richardson

The Voice

By Todd Phillips

Word for My Mother

“Metroplex” might have been necessary a generation ago, but the time has come to change it.
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Best Lists

10 Best New Desserts in Dallas

We’ve eaten our fill of Heaven and Hell cake at Stephan Pyles and creme brulee at the Mansion. Here are 10 new sweet indulgences that we just can’t get enough of.
By D Magazine

Death of an SMU Co-Ed

Before her body was discovered at a construction site a year ago, Meaghan Bosch had a bright future and a family in McKinney that adored her. Today the Texas Rangers are still trying to figure out what happened, and her family and friends will never be the same.
By Trey Garrison
Travel

Scottsdale, Arizona

Scottsdale is an oasis from the ordinary, with retooled golf courses, signature hiking trails, and an award-winning resort that offers something for everyone.
By James A. Frank
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Best Lists

Delicious Desserts

We’ve eaten our fill of Heaven and Hell cake at Stephan Pyles and creme brulee at the Mansion. Here are 10 new sweet indulgences that we just can’t get enough of.
By D Magazine