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D Magazine May 1981

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CAN YOU QUALIFY?

Here’s the price tag on your dream house
By D Magazine
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CONDO FEVER

The one-time fad that triggered a modern day gold rush
By Steve Kenny
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CONSUMER SELECTIVE SERVICE

Want a date? Don’t touch that dial.
By Kathi Fisher
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DANCE TUTUS AND TOE SHOES

Dance schools for the younger set.
By Margaret Putnam
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EDITOR’S PAGE

By Rowland Stiteler
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Getting The Goods On Julia Sweeney

Want to know who she dates, where she shops, and what she had for break-fast Tuesday, March 10?Read on.
By MIKE SHROPSHIRE
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HEALTH MEDICAL NOTES

Breakthroughs are expensive – yet priceless.
By John Pekkanen
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HISTORY LOOKING BACK

13 decades in 10 easy volumes.
By Tom Peeler
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INSIGHTS

The revolting future of property taxes.
By David R. Legge
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MANNERS EIGHTIES ETIQUETTE

How to survive in the gender jungle.
By John Anders
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RESTAURANTS DINING OUT

Four-alarm delights for the asbestos-tongued.
By D Magazine
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SEARCH BEFORE YOU SIGN

Where to get the best real estate deal in Dallas
By Amy Cunningham
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THE AFFORDABILITY GAP

Your home investment dollars are shrinking fast; but there are still options
By Bill Sloan
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The Last of the Old-time Legislatures

THE BRILAB scandal that almost got Billy Clayton may be the harbinger of reform for Texas government. That’s why your lawmakers are using this session to conduct one last orgy of influ-ence-peddling while they can still get away with it.
By Steve Kenny
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The Legislative Lineup

There are good guys, bad guys, and some who just don’t matter.
By D Magazine
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The Lobby Machine

The people who really make the laws in Texas were never elected.
By D Magazine
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THE MAYOR NOBODY KNOWS

Jack Evans is new to politics; he decided to start at the top.
By Beth Ellyn Rosenthal
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WHAT’S YOUR AUTO PROFILE?

Like it or not, you’re typecast by the car you drive. Here’s a behind-the- wheel exposé of the cast of thousands who appear daily in your rear view mirror.
By Tom Peeler
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WINE FRUIT OF THE VINE

Washington produces more than apples.
By Colman Andrews