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D Magazine July 2009

Cover Story

The 100 Most Expensive Homes in Dallas 2009

Our biennial look at the sweetest spreads in town finds the new names that have joined the usual silk-stocking suspects.
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Features


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Hats Off

21st Annual Mad Hatter’s Tea Party
By Sarah Eveans
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Profiles

A Liberal Democrat Who Loves Guns

Daniel Barnett, a liberal Democrat from Dallas, joins the battle against gun control.
By Laura Beil
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Travel

Chautauqua, New York

A summer of intellectual and spiritual growth awaits in this historic Victorian village.
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Food and Drink

Review: Five Sixty

Wolfgang Puck’s Five Sixty turns Reunion Tower around with food that’s worth the elevator ride.
By Nancy Nichols
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Defending the Dallas Public Library

An author’s defense of the Cinderella central library as the city looks to trim $100 million from its budget.
By Willard Spiegelman
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Fashion

The Best Dressed Waitstaff in Dallas

Top restaurants and clubs spend a lot of time (and money) getting their waitstaff to look as good as the food tastes. Here are a few of our local faves.
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Fashion

Dallas-based J. Hilburn Makes Affordable Custom Men’s Shirts

Co-founders Hil Davis and Veeral Rathod used their finance backgrounds to engineer the $79 custom button-up.
By Stephanie Quadri
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Profiles

Wiz Kid Brian Ferguson Spends a Million Bucks on the Dallas Morning News

The 29-year-old UT graduate explains why now is a good time to invest big bucks in A.H. Belo Corp.
By Joseph Guinto
Real Estate

D Sale of the Week: 3757 Princess Ln.

The pristine, 4,092-square-foot post mid-century ranch was gutted and redone to perfection. Even the Dallas appraisers are fanning themselves.
By Mary Candace Evans
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Nightlife

The Scene: July 2009

21st Annual Mad Hatter’s Tea Party
By Sarah Eveans
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Food and Drink

Review: Grace

Has the former Fuse chef made it work in Cowtown? Teresa Gubbins headed down I-30 to find out.
By Teresa Gubbins
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Profiles

Tom Leppert Is Now Dallas’ First Strong Mayor

For two years, Tom Leppert was hard to figure out. Now that he’s our first strong mayor, expect that to change.
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Uncategorized

What To Do in Dallas This Summer: The Festival of Independent Theatres

Starting July 17, the Bath House Cultural Center stages its 11th annual theater festival. Local companies can take risks on stage, and patrons don’t have to pay a pretty penny for it.
By Joan Arbery
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Food and Drink

Review: Central 214

Chef Blythe Beck injects some sass into the kitchen of Hotel Palomar’s restaurant.
By Jennifer Chininis