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D Magazine May 1979

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BOOKS Sense and Sensuality

Passions spin the plot in three new novels.
By TOM LANDESS
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BRIGHT & BEAUTIFUL

The dazzling look you’ll be seeing at the pool and the beach this summer.
By SAM MEADOR
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George Toomer’s How-To Guide To Yard Art

Yes, you too can be a front yard artist
By D Magazine
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Hot Property

No matter how crazy the housing market seems, you’re crazier if you don’t own your own home.
By Leonard Reed
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MEDIA Sex at 6 and 10

How Channel 5 is trying to catch up in the ratings race.
By Rowland Stiteler
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RESTAURANTS Dining Out

Newcomers: Japanese cuisine on Greenville Avenue, Jean Claude’s lunch spot.
By D Magazine
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THE CITY The Sky and Its Limits

Christian Norberg-Schulz talks about Dallas’ search for a sense of place.
By David Dillon
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THE CONSUMER Spring Gleaning

The mechanics of garage sales.
By TOM LANDESS
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The Prime of Louise Cowan

She inspires respect bordering on idolatry. She may be the only intellectual in town who has groupies. What’s her secret?
By Jo Brans
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The Unnecessary Death of Gary Adams

A 13-year-old boy was murdered at Terrell. He didn ’t belong there. Neither did his killer.
By Jim Atkinson
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TRAVEL Paradise Regained

The fragile ecology of Darwin’s islands can be seen by hardy – and respectful – tourists.
By E. AND P. CHEATHAM
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WINE Grape Pretenders

A German winegrower talks about fraud in the wine business.
By ELMER RAY SPURR
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YARD ART

In praise of Dallas’ ’front yard artists, the Infidels of St. Augustine.
By GEORGE TOOMER