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D Magazine May 1980

BOOKS Wild Bull Writer

Larry L. King’s new collection shows a lot more depth than his public persona.

BOXERS

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City Lights

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FILM Screen Tests

Finally, the USA Film Fes-tival came up with a series of sneak previews that felt like sneak previews.
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How to Play the New Real Estate Roulette

If you’re smart, you can still beat the house.
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LETTERS

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Lords of Little Mexico

It’s no coincidence that the only Mexican-American elected officials in Dallas are named Medrano.
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MOVIES After the Facts

Herbert Ross’ “Nijinsky” tells the true story of the ballet great – or at least one of them.
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MY HOUSE

Personal accounts of life on Texas’ Death Row

PARTING SHOT War of the Words

In the new rush for the media thrills of investigative reporting, we journalists may have cut our own throats. Nobody wants to talk to us anymore.
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PREVIEWS MAY EVENTS

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PUBLISHER’S PAGE

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PUZZLING Add-Across-Tic

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STREET SAVVY

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THE CONSUMER WINDFALLS

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TRAVEL Islands in the Stream

South Carolina’s island resorts offer unspoiled beaches and Old South hospitality.
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WHY IS DALLAS ARCHITECTURE SO BAD?

Because we’re trying to look like too many other cities – big and boring.
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WINE Fraud of the Vine

You can’t judge a wine by its label. It might be counterfeit.
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