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D Magazine August 2009

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The Best of Big D 2009

Our annual review of the Dallas people, places, food, and drink that make us say, “Sweet!”
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Nightlife

The Scene: August 2009

The Art Ball 2009
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Publications

A Sweet and Spicy Homage: Papou’s Dressing

Dallasite Callie McDole honors her dad with a delicious Greek-style sauce.
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Q&A With Ronnie Claire Edwards

The former Waltons star, now 76, explains why she lives in a church and what brought her to Dallas.
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The Trinity River Debacle

Engineers, while a necessity of modern life, are also a nuisance. If left unchecked, they will ruin the City of Dallas.
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Why David Feherty Loves White Rock Lake

The nature-loving Irishman discovers his favorite part of Dallas is a big, brown urban puddle.
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Dallas City Hall Confessional

Before leaves the city, Dave Levinthal, Dallas’ best beat reporter, shares secrets from the Dallas Morning News’ City Hall Bureau office.
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Zac Crain’s Almost Famous Moment

It was everything he always wanted—except the band was the Jonas Brothers.
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The McKinney Avenue Contemporary Turns 15

And, like every good teenager, tries to find itself.
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Review: Cafe on the Green

Dinner at this stunning dining room at the Four Seasons Las Colinas feels more like a vacation than just another meal.
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Fashion

Meet the Dallas Moms Who Launched a Chic Clothing Line for Kids

A love for vintage fabrics inspired sisters Molly Holley and Jennifer Paradise to start children’s clothing line Pout.
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Review: Maximo

Amador Mora started as a dishwasher. Now he’s Dallas’ next celebrity chef.
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Kennebunkport, Maine

When summer temps rise to unbearable degrees, we head to Kennebunkport for cool breezes, funky shops, and all the lobster we can eat.
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Review: Masala Masala

This Indian restaurant in Euless does buffet all day, but convenience isn’t the only thing that makes it worth a visit.
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Review: Cretia’s

This restaurant/lounge/bakery has reopened, serving newfangled favorites (sliders) and down-home comfort food (pot pie).
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