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D Magazine August 1985

0’ DINING SHRINE

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10 COMMANDMENTS

For anyone hoping to snare a front table at a trendy restaurant
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A PLACE AT THE TABLE

Fame is fleeting and quality inconstant for the restaurants in the running
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Back To Class

Children’s clothes take a regal turn for the past
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BREAD AND WINE

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EASTERN RITES

You can’t win at restauranting without the Oriental edge
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EDITOR’S PAGE

Searching for soul/food
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INSIGHTS

Foreign policy in the international city
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LES FANCIES PASSING

In breathless anticipation of sushi fajitas, a glance back at where we’ve been
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LETTERS

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Restaurant Religion

As gourmania grows, going out to eat becomes a holy pilgrimage with its own sacred rites
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RETROSPECTIVE CAMPFIRE DATE

The painful rites of summer love
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SALAD CHIC

Grazing in the land of conspicuous greens (and reds and yellows)
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SOMETHING’S ROTTEN IN 4 COUNTRY

How a newsroom fell to bureaucratic bungling, lousy pay, pitiful morale, inadequate equipment, sensationalized reporting.. .and an editor who couldn’t even find Mesquite.
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STREET TALK

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THE ENTREPRENEUR’S CREED

A litany of dos and don’ts
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THE LAW STRIKING BACK

A new law offers protection for battered women. But will police enforce it?
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THE WINNERS’ CIRCLE

A guide to the best restaurants in Dallas/Fort Worth
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TRAVEL UP UNDER

Getting to the heart of the Australia craze in Melbourne and Sydney
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Who Really Runs Fort Worth?

Dallas figures that if a guy is smart enough to be rich, he’s smart enough to run the city. In Fort Worth, they think that anyone with that much money must be a crook. So…
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WINDFALLS

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