D Magazine November 2009
Health & Fitness
Younger women who have heart attacks are twice as likely to die than their male counterparts. A new study aims to change that statistic, and two Baylor hospitals in Dallas are participating.
By Glenda Vosburgh
A new book, Top Dogs and Their Pets by Dallas Morning News photographer David Woo, features Dallas celebrities and their furry friends.
By David Woo
They’ve suffered years of sexual harassment. Now a handful of women have had enough. The fight that is ripping apart Dallas Fire-Rescue.
By Gretel C. Kovach
As drug violence escalates, Mexican cops are fleeing the country. A Dallas immigration judge may decide whether one cop on the run lives or dies.
By Todd Bensman
It was a brief adventure. Then she blocked us.
During which the D Home executive editor angered a photographer, dodged head lice, slurped tomato soup, and fell for a guy in a knight costume.
By Laura Kostelny
Plans do exist to turn Dallas into a network of hike-and-bike trails. But to pull that off, we need more groups like the Friends of the Katy Trail. Oh, and money.
By Willard Spiegelman