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D Magazine August 1983

A FACELIFT FOR WRR

By Aimee Larrabee

A Generation At Risk

Are our public schools condemned to mediocrity?
By D Magazine

CONDO CLEARINGHOUSE

By Aimee Larrabee

DALLAS FIRSTS

By Tom Peeler

DINING NEW ARRIVALS

Tortellini, kuo-teh, kalbshaxe and calzone
By D Magazine

EDITOR’S PAGE

DISD is Dallas’ number one problem
By Lee Cullum

HEALTH A PLACE TO DIE

Hospices offer a choice to the terminally ill
By Katherine Dinsdale

INSIGHTS

How outsiders view America
By Robert A. Wilson

KERA: BACK IN THE NEWS

By Aimee Larrabee

LEISURE PLASTIC BEACH

Why water parks are the wave of the future
By Chris Tucker

LETTERS

By D Magazine

Ode To The Unsung Heroes

By Katherine Dinsdale

OHHHHHHH, SHANNON!

By Aimee Larrabee

Please Eat The Daisies

The blossoming practice of cooking with flowers
By Cynthia Jubera

POLITICS DART SMARTS

Is Dallas’ mass transit campaign on target?
By PHILIP SEIB

Project SEED

An experimental teaching program bears fruit
By W.L. Taitte

READY FOR THE GOP

By Aimee Larrabee

Sipping With Savvy

How to unravel the mysteries of wine
By Tim Allis

SO LONG, SKY RIDE

By Aimee Larrabee

STREET TALK

By Aimee Larrabee

The Party Professionals

They plan, cook and serve-with style
By Fran Gardner Youssef

The Strangest STORY 1 Ever Covered

The double life of John McKee: a city father who duped Dallas
By Hugh Aynesworth

Why Can’t Teachers Teach?

Hostile administrators, policy zigzags, too much paper work, indifferent students . . .
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons

WINDFALLS

By Maggie Oman