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D Magazine November 2009

Cover Story

Best Doctors in Dallas 2009

The top 729 as chosen by their peers.
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Features


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Can a Mexican Cop Find Asylum in North Texas?

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.
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The Almost Perfect Politician

How the age of television gave us Rick Perry. (And why Texas is broke.)
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Fashion

The Real Project Runway

New Dallas modeling agency Wallflower Management gives unconventional beauties a place to strut their stuff.
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Profiles

Q&A With Charles T. Terrell

After helping send criminals to prison for decades, Dallas’ re-entry czar is now finding ways to keep parolees on the outside.
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Profiles

A Star Is Born at Cowboys Stadium

Trenton Doyle Hancock’s paintings have hung in some of the world’s most prestigious museums. Now he’s got a piece where people might actually see it: Cowboys Stadium.
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Dallas VideoFest Expands Our Film Horizons

Bart Weiss has a humble goal for his 22-year-old film and video festival: to make the world a better place.
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Following Dallas City Manager Mary Suhm on Twitter

It was a brief adventure. Then she blocked us.
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Education

General Badass

How God and the Hunt family lured one of the most decorated engineers in the country from Notre Dame to SMU.
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Laura Kostelny’s Best Birthday Ever

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.
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Travel

Milan, Italy

It may not have Rome’s ruins or Venice’s romance, but Italy’s sexy and chic economic heart still satisfies any tourist’s cravings.
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Food and Drink

Review: Bolla

It’s been more than a year since our last visit. We’re happy to report things have improved at the Stoneleigh Hotel’s restaurant.
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Food and Drink

Review: Oishii

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Food and Drink

Review: Parigi

This Oak Lawn eatery is a small, chic, chef-driven place where the menu changes frequently based on what’s fresh and available. And it’s as good as ever.
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Food and Drink

Review: Park Restaurant

Former Green Room chef Marc Cassel tries to get his groove back at Park Restaurant.
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The Katy Trail Shows Dallas the Path to Its Future

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.
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Nightlife

The Scene: November 2009

TACA Party on the Green at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
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