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D Magazine April 2013

Cover Story

The 100 Most Expensive Homes in Dallas 2013

Our biennial look at the places where we’d live if we were rich.
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Features


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Politics

An Outsider Takes on Richardson’s Old Guard

Amir Omar is a two-term city councilman, running for mayor, against the wishes of the city’s established powers.
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Crime

How Hofmann Hots Came to Dallas

Frank Zaccanelli brought the venerable brand to the city. Then his business partners sued him for (allegedly) funneling funds to a mistress.
By D Magazine
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Nightlife

How the Starck Club Changed Dallas

Almost three decades later, a filmmaker looks back at the legendary nightspot.
By Peter Simek
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Nightlife

Make Your Own History at the Texas Theatre

The iconic movie house remakes itself as a hangout for people with style.
By Moira Muldoon
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Profiles

Meet Nemo, the Cutest Dog in Dallas

In our Survival of the Cutest contest, your votes crowned this beagle the most adorable canine around.
By Caren Rodriguez
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Dough Pizzeria

Poor service, cold food, and a big bill are not a great combination.
By Nancy Nichols
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: El Ranchito

This delicious taste of northern Mexico doesn’t disappoint.
By Todd Johnson
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Spoon Bar & Kitchen

The temperamental Top Chef John Tesar casts his line in a new direction.
By Nancy Nichols
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Food and Drink

Review: The Tried and True

Nick Badovinus’ new nostalgic spot on Henderson.
By Tim Rogers
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Publications

The Bachelor Opens a Furniture Store

Why Sean Lowe was in Plano to celebrate a new Freed’s.
By Laura Kostelny
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Beauty

Why Do People Still Use Tanning Beds?

They’ve been known to cause both melanoma and Snooki.
By Sarah Hepola
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Food and Drink

Why Plan B is a Good Idea For Restaurants

The company helps envision and brand unique dining experiences.
By Carol Shih
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Profiles

Lost and Found

A mother and a daughter were both searching for someone. And then they met.
By Georgia Fisher