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D Magazine January 2009

Cover Story

The Rise and Fall of Eleanor Mowery Sheets

She built a Park Cities real estate empire after her first husband ruined her. Now her second husband might do it again.
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A Realist’s View of the Market: Aaarrgh!

Here are the 4 rules for surviving the worst economic crisis in generations.
By Marty Cortland
Beauty

Behind the Scenes: The 10 Most Beautiful Women in Dallas

Here are candid, behind-the-scenes shots of the women voted by the readers of D Beauty to be Dallas’ most beautiful.
By D Magazine

Best & Worst 2008

It was a year of big themes, 12 months that stood out not so much for any one event as they did for how different we felt in January than we do right now. In January ’08, anything was possible, credit was easy to access, and our city’s elephants all seemed safe. Now: not so much. How did we get here? Read on and remember.
By D Magazine

Feeling Puckish

When we went to press in late November, here is all we knew: Wolfgang Puck, one of the original celebrity chefs, was opening a restaurant atop Reunion Tower.
Shopping

Globe-Trotter: What Every Stylish Traveler Needs

Jet set in style with these fancy frills.
By Stephanie Quadri

Loud Restaurants

An impassioned plea to Dallas restaurateurs: please, let’s have less din with dinner.
By Willard Spiegelman
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Travel

Maastricht, The Netherlands

This lesser-known Dutch city is home to an internationally renowned art fair, charming hotels and restaurants, and surprises around every corner.
Weddings

On Fatherhood and Firearms

Upon reflection, I never should have taken my son shooting.
By Tim Rogers
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Food and Drink

Review: Bolsa

Bolsa might be Dallas’ hippest spot, but chef Graham Dodds’ fine fare deserves the spotlight.
By Todd Johnson

Terri Hodge’s Sugar Mama

How did a retired schoolteacher on a fixed income manage to become the indicted state rep’s biggest donor?
By Todd Bensman

The Best Financial Planners 2009

The top 68 planners as chosen by their peers.
By D Magazine

The Girl in the Minivan

You might not know the name Molly Erdman, but you know the face. As long as she’s in the front seat.
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Nightlife

The Scene: January 2009

Grand Opening of The Joule Hotel, 2008 DIFFA Dining by Design Gala, Cause For Drinks, and Curator’s Choice
By Sarah Eveans