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D Magazine December 1985

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A CHRISTMAS CALENDAR

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

By Skip Hollandsworth
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DINING NEW ARRIVALS

The hottest new restaurants in the Metroplex
By W.L. Taitte
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EDITOR’S PAGE

Beating a path to a world class city
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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ESSAY NYC: THE NEW BIG D?

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

Oh brave new (nonlinear) world
By Chris Tucker
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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
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Lovers Again

By Clarissa Tartar
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PROFILE HITS AND MISSES

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

How a slam-dunk PR machine hypes a winning team
By Dan Baldwin
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TALES OF THE CITY

A last rite: Albanian wedding in a strip shopping center
By John Bloom
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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
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THE SEXES OFFICE OBSESSIONS

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

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

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

By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons