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    Home Suh-weet Home - Plus: Dispirited; Getting the Boot

    Home Suh-weet Home Preserve history, get a tax break--is that a bad deal? It's a beautiful home the Pattersons have. Sits on nearly five acres of land just off a gravel path near Wendover Road in Lakewood. The home--with its six fireplaces, four b...

    on July 8, 2004
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    Talk Back - Dallas group organizing conservative film festival

    Listen up, conservative people, could you please give the ol' Buzzer a break and stop being so damned nice and reasonable when we call you? It would make our job--i.e., flinging stones at you--much easier if you would give us a little more rabidity a...

    by Patrick Williams on July 8, 2004
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    DART Guns - Transit agency kisses off gunplay story

    So here's what I'm wondering. Guy calls up the Dallas Area Rapid Transit agency and tells them one of their tow-truck drivers just went bananas and pulled a gun on him in traffic. What does DART do? They call in their guy, right? Grill him. Then th...

    by Jim Schutze on July 8, 2004
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    Letters

    Temperature Rising Feel for the veterans: I happen to like Michael Moore's work and have debated with many of my friends over the editing of his documentaries ("George of the Bungle," by Gregory Weinkauf, June 24). There is one thing we do agree on ...

    on July 8, 2004
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    Dynamite Dave - David Williams won $3.5 million finishing second in poker's grandest tourney, but dammit, that's just not good enough

    When David Williams walks into a little pizza joint near SMU's campus, it's nearly two in the afternoon. He looks college-kid smooth--worn jeans and a comfortable shirt, pimp sunglasses hiding his eyes--and he has a beautiful woman on his arm. They m...

    by John Gonzalez on July 1, 2004
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    The Enemy Within - Plus: Fat Chance; Naming Rites

    The Enemy Within Buddhism's peaceful message draws Dallas young CHANGE YOUR MIND, change the world. This is the radical thought of Buddhism--regarded by some as a religion and by others as a philosophy--and the message is finding its way to a gr...

    on July 1, 2004
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    No Comparison - Who says you can't buy a project?

    We all know that it's illogical to compare apples and oranges. Anyone who would attempt to draw a comparison between two such dissimilar things is a fool. But that's never stopped Buzz before, so here goes. See, we were talking on the phone Monday...

    by Patrick Williams on July 1, 2004
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    Stepford Mayor - Laura Miller's husband orders a shift for City Hall

    I'm all for Wizard of Oz voyages of self-discovery. I'm just not sure it's fair to do them when you're the mayor. But say this for Dallas Mayor Laura Miller. In recent weeks she has been candid about her change of heart since getting elected to her...

    by Jim Schutze on July 1, 2004
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    Letters

    Pissin' on the Prez Well gollleee: When pissing on a flaming picture of the president won't get you in the paper (Buzz, by Patrick Williams, June 17), the gun-toting Dallas Redneck Assholes (we all know who they are) will. So a bunch of hack, twenty...

    on July 1, 2004
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    Up the Crick - To Deep Ellum's problems, add this: an underground raging river of poop

    Springtime in Deep Ellum, on a Friday night in 1998. An otherwise average night except for the noise coming from the street--a heavy machine-operated clamor that pounds its way into the loft above the art deco store at 2825 Commerce St. Justin Burg...

    by Paul Kix on June 24, 2004
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    Can't Go Home Again - Plus: Busted; Inside Track

    Can't Go Home Again The wandering Dallas Burn hopes its fans will follow Out comes the flag again. It's maybe 40 feet long and 40 feet wide with a simple crimson and black blocked design. The guy running it up the steps of the Cotton Bowl, man, he...

    on June 24, 2004
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    Letters

    When Perfect Isn't Perfect enough: The unmentioned story behind the story ("Nice Kid, But..." by Zac Crain, June 17) is the uncomfortable likelihood that a true merit-based admissions policy would produce college classes overwhelmingly heavy in Indi...

    on June 24, 2004
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    Love Shaq - We'll trade ya!

    Everyone in Dallas is salivating over the prospect of Shaquille O'Neal playing for the Mavericks next season. No one on the Mavs has been deemed untouchable by owner Mark Cuban when it comes to trade talks with the Los Angeles Lakers, even Dirk Nowit...

    by Zac Crain on June 24, 2004
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    Miller on Miller

    Editor's note: In a D Magazine interview with Channel 11 anchorman Tracy Rowlett, Mayor Laura Miller says she's matured since her days as a firebrand Dallas Observer columnist. She says she knows there is no longer a conspiracy at City Hall. Her ghos...

    by The Ghost Of Lara Miller on June 24, 2004
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    Rejected - What happens when doughy media types play ball? They lose. Again.

    We weren't a confident bunch before Saturday's game began. It was hot out, and the Dallas-Fort Worth sports media don't usually do hot. We like climate-controlled arenas and soft chairs to cushion our ample backsides. Plus, we were set to play agains...

    by John Gonzalez on June 24, 2004
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    "Nice Kid, But..." - To get into the right college, sometimes you have to be better than perfect

    The kid calls it luck, says it with a little laugh and a small smile, as if hes sharing a secret. Says it casually, his dark eyes flitting from side to side before they land in his lap. Its the same self-effacing manner he adopts whenever the subje...

    by Zac Crain on June 17, 2004
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    By the Book - A socially conscious collection of bookworms look for more than words

    My wife belongs to a book club, a monthly, no-men-allowed assembly at the home of one of her girlfriends where the gossip and red wine flow as freely as the discussion of that month's book. It's more of a social gathering than anything else, and the ...

    by Zac Crain on June 17, 2004
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    Rockin' Politics - Bush-bashing worth a beating?

    It's a tough life being in a rock-and-roll band. Endless days on the road, long nights in smoky clubs, the occasional beating by thugs who don't like your politics. You're probably wondering what we mean by that last one. Well, we're talking about ...

    by Patrick Williams on June 17, 2004
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    Dear Hunter - Do the Cowboys need another cornerback? What's the answer, for Pete's sake?

    When the phone rang, it was early morning, and Pete Hunter didn't react at first. The sun hadn't come up, and the sleep crust hadn't fully formed in the corner of his eyes. He rolled over, fighting through the heavy fog that lingers when you're barel...

    by John Gonzalez on June 17, 2004
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    Letters

    Give a Hoot Fussbudgets: I read the article about Hooters here in Arlington and just cannot figure out what is all the fuss ("Repressed," by Paul Kix, June 3). There are everyday people who go there, and the food is great! I saw no lewd activities o...

    on June 17, 2004
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