D Magazine February 2008
There was a time when there were no restrictions on where you could smoke in Dallas. Now, thanks to the City Council, the freedom to smokers to light up in public may be extinguished. Doesn’t anyone remember how awesome it is to smoke?
By Zac Crain
Detective P.E. Jones is a 36-year DPD veteran and a nice guy. He’s also able to elicit confessions from murder suspects won over by his straightforward manner.
By Bill Marvel
By Austin Kilgore
By Craig Hanley
Rich people buy expensive art. Our columnist’s question: is it worth it? Plus: Dita Von Teese bares all for Dallas society.
By Marty Cortland
By Christine Lieb
Two Dallas men undertake an experimental project to transform the way the world flies.
By Spencer Michlin
The Nasher has plenty of competition in trying to find its new leader.
By Eric Celeste
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