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D Magazine April 1985

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accessories MADE FOR SHADE

this season’s sunglasses are sleek and sexy
By Angela Enright
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CHAPTERS & VERSE

SMU’s Bridwell Library has one of the best rare book collections in the country. Now it wants to get the word out.
By Jane Wolfe
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DANGER

Some of the pesticides used in your home have been proven to cause neurological, renal and hepatic damage. They may or may not be safe if used according to label instructions. The technician using them may or may not have a license and may or may not know what he is doing. If the chemicals are misapplied, you may or may not be able to clean up contamination that has by now been distributed throughout your home. The nightmare of a Dallas family and the chemical that is changing their lives.
By Katherine Dinsdale
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DINING NEW ARRIVALS

The hottest new restaurants in the Metroplex
By D Magazine
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EDITOR’S PAGE

The unhappy age of communication
By Lee Cullum
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etcetera SIDE GLANCES

keepina an eve on what’s new
By suzanne czuwala
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FICTION A MOVING VIOLATION

A short story, based on characters from her upcoming third novel
By Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey
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fragrance DOLLARS AND SCENTS

the perfume industry’s sweet smell of success
By Lisa Ellen Smith
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hair/makeup ANYTHING GO-GOES

from twiggy’s eyeshadow to Jackie o’s backcomb, this spring’s look is sixties
By tassie kalas
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INSIDERS

By Angela Enright
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INSIGHTS

Like father, like son: the unspoken relationship
By Robert A. Wilson
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STATE GOVERNMENT POLITICAL PASSAGES

Can Mark White’s ambition take him to D.C.?
By Dave McNeely
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The Super Bowl of Tennis

How a self-professed tennis bum propelled the Buick WCT FINALS into one of the world’s top Circuit Championships
By Bill Sullivan
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THE UNSPEAKABLE SIN

Radical new therapy for fathers charged with incest means shame, anguish-and hope
By Mark Donald
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vanity flair

with primitive prints and retro-chic, the “forward” look looks back
By Pamela Caldwell-Morrison
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viewpoints GETTING THE GOODS

how your favorite shop shops
By Pamela Caldwell-Morrison
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WINDFALLS

Down with urban sprawl! Praise be for peat moss, vermiculite and punch and grow tomatoes: It’s gardening time again!
By Katherine Dinsdale
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WORKING TIME ON YOUR SIDE

A creative approach to time management
By Rowland Stiteler