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D Magazine November 2012

Cover Story

The Mad Men of Dallas

Amid the glamour of the advertising business at the height of Kennedy-era ambition, I learned the true name of the game: compromise and moral corruption. I loved every minute of it.
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Features


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Asleep at the Movies

A dreamy review of the motion picture For a Good Time, Call…
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Duke’s Original Roadhouse

The most Addison of all Addison bars.
By Moira Muldoon
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Noah Jeppson’s Crazy Ideas For Downtown Dallas

He’s not the sort of person you’d expect to see leading a charge to improve the Central Business District.
By David Hopkins
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Restaurant Review: Acme F&B

With a kitchen that cooks horn to hoof, it has the potential to be a great restaurant. It’s just not quite there yet.
By Todd Johnson
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Restaurant Review: Bijoux

Enjoy a fine meal at this Lovers Lane bistro.
By Nancy Nichols
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Max’s Wine Dive

Fried chicken and champagne and lots of publicity brings a full house.
By Nancy Nichols
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Nora Restaurant and Bar

The Afghan Grill’s new outpost on Greenville Avenue.
By Nancy Nichols
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Fashion

White Pants: The Least Practical
Garment Ever

So why are they everywhere in Dallas?
By Sarah Hepola
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Why the Dallas Observer Was Sold

The classified sex ads caused a national boycott. So its parent company cut ties with the paper. Or did it?
Business

The Best Financial Planners in Dallas 2012

Plus, the best wealth management firms.
By D Magazine
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Business

God’s Work

Ole Anthony wants both to take down the world’s largest Christian TV network and to make better waffles.
By Krista Nightengale
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Also in This Issue

Other articles of interest in our November 2012 edition.
By D Magazine