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D Magazine May 1984

A GUIDE FOR CRYING OUT LOUD

How to Complain About Practically Everything
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A SPECIAL SCHOLAR

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ARTS SINGING SCHOOL

Opera hopefuls get a head start
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BOEDEKER’S GROCERY

Ninety-nine years of cracker-barrel basics
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BOOKS NEW TOMES FROM HOME

Recent books by Dallas authors
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Diagnosis: Schizophrenia

A family fights a frightening disease and an impotent system
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DINING NEW ARRIVALS

The hottest new restaurants in Dallas
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EATING OUT

From crawfish to continental, a sampling of the city’s best restaurants
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EDITOR’S PAGE

Old ideas on education-no thanks to Gary Hart
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GRIT AND GRACE

New Orleans serves up a savory gumbo of the spirit
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HOLD THE PICKLES…

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INSIDERS

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INSIGHTS

Collaboration by committee: It’s an art
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LEGAL LISTINGS

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LETTERS

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May Events OPENERS

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MONEY SAFETY NET

How much life insurance do you really need?
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NOSTALGIA LINKS TO THE PAST

Tracing the course of the Byron Nelson
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ON THE FAST TRACK

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QUEST FOR HONOR

Dallas Vietnam vets seek a memorial
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ROLLING ON THE RIVER

The World’s Fair comes to New Orleans
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STREET TALK

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STYLE KEYS, PLEASE

Unparalleled parking by Jack Boles
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THE BOOZE BARONS

They’re highly taxed and strictly regulated, but every year’s a vintage year
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THE CITY UNDER THE GUN

How police cadets learn when to fire
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The Men Who Left the Crow’s Nest

How Dallas dynamos learned from Trammell and soared on their own
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THE SUN KING

A bright new exhibit from France
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West End Story

How the warehouse district came back to life
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WHERE TO STAY

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WINDFALLS

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Writing off your Relatives

Renting to family members can save you tax dollars
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