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D Magazine February 1980

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AT THE HOP

By ELMER RAY SPURR
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BOOKS Prime Cuts

John McPhee finds fascina-tion in small things; Edward Hoagland publishes his first reader.
By JUDITH McPHERON
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COLLECTIBLES

They may be worthless now, but in 25 years they’ll be memorabilia.
By Tom Peeler
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DICK HITT City Lights

So long, Old Sparky. Meet your replacement, Spike.
By D Magazine
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FASHION Worn Yesterday

Some clothes are lovelier the second time around.
By Jo Brans
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HEADHUNTERS

The men who police the police: We need them, but can we trust them?
By Richard Mackenzie
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MOVIES Dynamic Duos

The movies tackle marriage, divorce, and parenthood this month, and surprisingly, do well by all three.
By RICHARD FULLER
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On Hallowed Ground

How Dallas’ oldest black church battled the developers, and won. And lost.
By David Dillon
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Remember Seven Seas?

It’s still there, and it’s costing Arlington $1 million a year.
By AI Harting
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RESTAURANTS Dining Out

Kosher on Forest Lane, steaks and longnecks on McKinney, health food in East Dallas
By D Magazine
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TRAVEL Shipboard Romances

Slow boats to China and other fantastic voyages
By MARK RHODES