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D Magazine August 1978

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A FAN FOR ALL SEASONS

Not just for show, ceiling fans can save you money.
By Tom Peeler
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Books NOW-AND-THEN READING

The mystery of Marseille, the clarity of Doris Lessing.
By Jo Brans
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Downtown’s Best Kept Secret: Rats

Rodents like high-rise living
By D Magazine
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Eats is Eats & West is West

The best ethnic food in town
By David Dillon
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Interest Groups Keep Tabs on Big Spenders

Who’s loose with your tax dollars?
By D Magazine
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Is Bill Blackburn Just Another Pretty Face?

Does he want to be mayor? Is the Pope a Catholic?
By Jim Atkinson
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Movies THE PLOYS OF SUMMER

Well, at least the theaters are air conditioned.
By David Dillon
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Music COWBOY IN MANHATTAN

Fort Worth’s Delbert McClinton: a step ahead of his fame.
By Michael Pellecchia
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Roy Varrow’s Life Behind Bars

It was going just fine until he collided with downtown Dallas.
By A. J. Love
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The City BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD

Architects are their own best publicists and poorest critics.
By Charles Matthews
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The Consumer GARDEN VARIETIES

Freshness is the advantage at the Dallas produce markets.
By Jane Albritton
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THE DALLAS LOOK

What Your Hairdresser Knows for Sure.
By D Magazine
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THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD

The middle class is moving back to East Dallas – but what’s happening to the people who used to live there?
By Charles Matthews
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Travel UNCOMMON COMMONWEALTH

Puerto Rico in the off-season: Only the prices are off.
By Jerry Flemmons
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WINDFALLS

By Yvonne Saliba