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D Magazine November 2008

Cover Story

The Jews Who Built Dallas

Even as the Klan made the city a stronghold, these merchants, bankers, and rabbis made it a great American city.
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Features


Food and Drink

Eat This Now: Bacon and Eggs

CHEF: KENT RATHBUN, ABACUS
By D Magazine
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Food and Drink

Review: Cowboy Chow

Deep Ellum gets a shot of culinary courage from chef Jason Boso’s Cowboy Chow.
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Food and Drink

Review: Seventeen Seventeen

To give the nearly forgotten lunch spot a shot in the arm, the museum brought in quintessential Dallas chef Stephan Pyles.
By Teresa Gubbins
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Restaurant Review

Review: Tei An

Teiichi “Teach” Sakurai debuts Tei An, a wonderful, exotic Japanese restaurant dedicated to soba noodles.
By Teresa Gubbins
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Travel

Zihuatanejo, Mexico

This authentic Mexican village on the country’s Pacific coast makes a great escape for lovers of sun, sand, and simple pleasures.
By Rhonda Reinhart
Cover Story

Goodbye, Columbian

It was more than just a country club. It was a cradle of Jewish culture, a ballroom where men and women met and fell in love, for years Dallas’ best restaurant. And now, after 125 years, it’s gone.
By Curt Sampson
Uncategorized

Dallas Shouldn’t Pay for a Convention Hotel

The city has plunged too deeply, too quickly into financing and building a convention hotel.

Anatomy of a Political Boner

Farmers Branch Mayor Tim O’Hare recently found himself in hot water for something he’d done way back in June 2006, when he was a city councilman.


By D Magazine

Crow Holdings’ Anne Raymond Takes on the Convention Hotel

Anne Raymond is coming into her own as Harlan Crow’s “right-hand man.”
By Trey Garrison

Now What?

With restaurants closing all over town, here’s our handy, semi-serious guide to where you should go now that your favorite haunt is gone.
By D Magazine

Why Does the Dallas Morning News So Frequently Describe Food As “Swarthy”?

What does “swarthy” taste like? Ask the DMN’s dining critic.

By from staff reports
Beauty

Best of Show at New York Fashion Week

Fall may be upon us, but the runways at New York Fashion Week were in full bloom.

By Stephanie Quadri
Shopping

NY Fashion Week Spring 2009: Runway Roundup

Some of our favorite looks from the catwalk.
By Stephanie Quadri

The Mystery That Is Josh Howard

After a summer of controversy, Josh Howard will start watching what he says. That’s too bad.
By Bethlehem Shoals
Beauty

Big D in the Big Apple

Locals attend NYC’s spring Fashion Week and share their thoughts with us.
By Stephanie Quadri
Uncategorized

Can George Steel Make You Love Opera?

George Steel shocked everyone when he took the job in Dallas. Now the work begins.

The Best Hotel Bars in Dallas

Rejoice, fellow citizens! The city has experienced a renaissance of boîtes des hôtels, for lack of a less pretentious, less circumflex-riddled term. They’ve become destinations in their own right. (Though, if you should find yourself in need of a room, too, who are we to judge?) Here are our favorites.
By D Magazine

Growing Up Jewish in 1950s Dallas

I don’t remember feeling more out of place than the evening, some 50 years ago, when my family and I walked into the Columbian Club.
By David Ritz
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Food and Drink

Review: Cowboy Chow

Deep Ellum gets a shot of culinary courage from chef Jason Boso’s Cowboy Chow.
By Nancy Nichols
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Food and Drink

Review: Seventeen Seventeen

To give the nearly forgotten lunch spot a shot in the arm, the museum brought in quintessential Dallas chef Stephan Pyles.
By Teresa Gubbins

The Ender: Laura Miller Makes Me Sweat

When I first realized that I exercised at the same small Uptown gym as Laura Miller, she pretended not to see me.
By Eric Celeste
Uncategorized

Oswald at the Movies

The Texas Theatre, Lee Harvey’s hideout, makes a comeback.
By Joan Arbery