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D Magazine October 2009

Cover Story

Reason To Celebrate: The Dallas Center for the Performing Arts Is Open

We celebrate a milestone in Dallas history: the opening of the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts.
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Despite Angst in the Art Community, the Center for the Performing Arts Is Good for Dallas

The opening of the performing arts center occurs as the Great Recession hits local art the hardest. I have a suggestion for how to think about it.
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Fashion

Fossil Turns 25 and Celebrates—With Shoes?

The watch company that started in a Richardson warehouse adds footwear to its repertoire, completing it as a head-to-toe brand.
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Q&A With Jason Roberts

He started Art Conspiracy, he rebuilt the Texas Theatre, and he fronts the band Happy Bullets. Now he’s trying to bring streetcars back to Oak Cliff
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Food and Drink

Review: Urbino Pizza e Pasta

Ingredient-wise, this Henderson Avenue newcomer has it nailed: cured meats, wild baby arugula, fresh basil, good-quality cheeses. The shortcoming lies in the crust.
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Why Did That Constable Issue a Speeding Ticket?

They’re supposed to serve legal papers, but Dallas County constables can—and, more than ever, do—act just like cops.
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Tim Rogers’ Science Experiment Over Dallas

How a girl named Spider Monkey, an English professor, and D Magazine’s executive editor performed a valuable service to art lovers the world over.
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Food and Drink

Review: Cadot Restaurant

Veteran chefs Gaspar Stantic and Jean-Marie Cadot try to bring French food back into favor in Dallas.
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How a City Boy Learned to Love the Suburbs

Pegasus News publisher Mike Orren got himself a sailboat and realized that Lake Ray Hubbard has become the coolest part of Dallas.
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Travel

A Grape Escape in East Texas

Who needs Napa Valley? Just two short hours from Dallas lies Kiepersol Estates, a vineyard, winery, bed-and-breakfast, and restaurant, where true Texas wine and Southern hospitality converge for the ultimate weekend getaway.
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Willard Spiegelman and a Red Balloon Burst the Nasher’s Bubble

A condo developer and an art museum wrestle over a prime piece of real estate: the wide blue yonder.
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Food and Drink

Review: The Chocolate Angel

Look out, Celebrity Bakery. Here comes The Chocolate Angel, a bakery, cafe, and tearoom where you won’t faint from sticker shock.
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The Little Dallas Museum That Could

How the intersection of business and art—and the Crow’s family collection of jade—led to the Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art.
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Travel

4 Great Texas Escapes

Not a lot of money to travel? No problem. Get in the car and go to one of these four terrific Texas towns. Your wallet will thank you.
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Food and Drink

Review: Bliss Raw Cafe and Elixir Bar

You don’t have to be a vegetarian to love Bliss Raw Cafe, where they transform nuts, bananas, avocado, and the like into “pizza,” “sushi,” or “cream pie.”
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