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D Magazine April 2010

Cover Story

How Missing the Bubble Hurt Dallas Real Estate

Our home prices didn’t collapse. But that’s not necessarily a good thing.
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Features


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Forty Five Ten Turns 10

The biggest little boutique in Dallas celebrates its anniversary in style.
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Laura Kostelny on the Joy of Text

New Dallas-based dating service Serendipity Sense is ideal for socially inept people—folks, like me, who prefer texting over talking.
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Profiles

Q & A With Al Armendariz

The former SMU professor is now the regional head of the EPA—the first scientist to hold the job in over a decade.
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Review: Cava Restaurant

Hopefully the Preston Royal neighborhood can keep this cozy, Latin-inspired spot afloat.
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Review: Dish

Dish is the hottest nightclub on Cedar Springs. It’s also a great restaurant.
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Review: Kenny’s Wood Fired Grill

Kenny Bowers’ place is all about cosmopolitan, single Addison. He has a knack for for meeting the needs of the neighborhood.
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Review: World Piece Cafe

Rene Peeters’ eclectic restaurant, which serves dishes from around the world, suits its Lower Greenville locale.
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The Biggest Chicken-fried Steak in the World

The world’s largest chicken-fried steak is served at Cowtown Diner in Fort Worth. It’s free of charge—if you can finish it.
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The Conversation About Dallas Begins With Smart Criticism

FrontRow editor Peter Simek explains what D is trying to accomplish with its new arts blog.
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The Dallas Opera Goes Big

The Dallas Opera is staging Moby-Dick for the opening of its inaugural season at the Winspear Opera House. But how do you do epic drama without the dramatic price tag?
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The Dallas Urban Experiment

His Design District neighbors worried when developer Michael Ablon tried to rename the area LOL (for Lower Oak Lawn). But at least he had a plan.
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The Uncertain Fate of the Dallas Art Fair

Artist and FrontRow critic Richard Patterson warns that organizers have only one more chance to get the the city’s annual art fair right.
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Valley House Gallery Brings Beauty to North Dallas

The oldest art gallery in Dallas, owned by Cheryl and Kevin Vogel, is an oasis in the suburbs. And you can enjoy it for free.
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Where the Street Has No Name

Pity the poor folks whose addresses changed (yet again) to give Dallas Hispanics their sop: César Chávez Boulevard.
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Special Advertising Section: Design + Fashion Lacoste Polo

The Art of Living by Cadillac
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Special Advertising Section: Philanthropy Salesmanship Club

The Art of Living by Cadillac
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Lena’s Italian Ice Sets Up Shop in Allen

No, it’s not quite the same as shaved ice. This stuff is superfine and ultra creamy and comes in 20 flavors.
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Love, Pinot Noir Style

Two former Neiman Marcus employees fell in love and made beautiful wine.
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Letter From the Green Line

DART’s newest light-rail route was sold as a party. Some lies can be forgiven.
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