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D Magazine December 1985

A CHRISTMAS CALENDAR

MAKE A DATE TO HIT THE HOLIDAYS’ HIGH POINTS
By D Magazine

A Week of SUNDAYS

By Richard West

ALL NIGHT LONG

By Skip Hollandsworth

DINING NEW ARRIVALS

The hottest new restaurants in the Metroplex
By W.L. Taitte

EDITOR’S PAGE

Beating a path to a world class city
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons

ESSAY NYC: THE NEW BIG D?

New York’s in a Dallas state of mind
By Jeremy Gerard

FOLLOW-UP

By D Magazine

INSIGHTS

Oh brave new (nonlinear) world
By Chris Tucker

Is Dallas the Most Christian City in the NATION?

On a single Sunday last October, a Baptist congregation offered up $1.8 million to the collection plate. Each week some 900 meetings are staged at a Methodist church in Highland Park. We are perceived as a city with a church on every corner and a Rolex on every wrist. Do we worship at the altar of salvation or success?
By W.L. Taitte

LETTERS

By D Magazine

Lovers Again

By Clarissa Tartar

PROFILE HITS AND MISSES

After “It’s Impossible,” songwriter Sid Wayne charts the long course back to the top
By Richard Abrams

SPORTS MAVS AND THE MEDIA

How a slam-dunk PR machine hypes a winning team
By Dan Baldwin

STREET TALK

By D Magazine

TALES OF THE CITY

A last rite: Albanian wedding in a strip shopping center
By John Bloom

The Miracle OF KEVIN CURNUTT

Four years ago, a sniper’s bullet pierced the brain of an Arlington teenager. For three weeks he lay in a coma, with little hope for recovery. But Kevin Curnutt defied the odds. Last month he crawled nine inches across the floor.
By Carlton Stowers

THE SEXES OFFICE OBSESSIONS

Rule No. 1: Never sleep with a co-worker
By Jean Gonick

TOYS IN BABELAND

WHAT’S TOPPING THE WISH LISTS IN 1985
By TEENA GRITCH MCMILLS

TWENTY UNDER TWENTY

A GALLERY OF GIFTS FOR EVERYONE ON YOUR LIST
By Lucie Nelka

WALT HUMANN

By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons