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In the December 14 issue of ForbesLife, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra's music director conducts a tour of his Dallas, which may not be your Dallas. Unless, that is, you tend arrive at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport after an 11-hour business-class flight from Amsterdam on KLM, drive to your digs at The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton and have Fearing's take-out delivered to your door, and can swing getting Stanley Korshak to open its doors whenever you're in need of new threads. In which case, this is your Dallas. Mazel tov.

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