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D Magazine July 1985

A FIRST-CENTURY FOO DOG, A 19TH-CENTURY CHURCH, AN OLD GOAT

and other antiquities in shiny new North Dallas
By Richard West

ALL MAPPED OUT

Shopping, amusements, museums and golf courses
By D Magazine

COMMUNAL KNOWLEDGE

Getting to know your neighborhood
By D Magazine

DALLAS City of Winners

During his first term in office. Mayor A. Starke Taylor demonstrated that he was truly a representative of all the citizens of Dallas. The following excerpts from his second inaugural address upon re-election indicate that this continues to be his goal as a true servant of all the people of Dallas.
By D Magazine

DAMN THIS TRAFFIC JAM

Untangling the moving mess
By D Magazine

DINING NEW ARRIVALS

The hottest new restaurants in the Metroplex
By D Magazine
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DOOMSDAY

They were clean-cut student leaders. All-American boys who just happened to think Hitler had some good ideas. So they set out to purify Paschal High.
By JAN JARVIS

EDITOR’S PAGE

From the Publisher: D and Dallas on a roll
By Terry Murphy

FAMILY BIRDS, BEES AND BOYS

The facts of life, Eighties style
By Prudence Mackintosh

HOMEGROWN

Things made in our own back yard
By D Magazine

IDEAS SOUL OF A CITY

The Dallas Institute ponders our future
By Chris Tucker

INSIGHTS

Where The Heart Is
By Robert A. Wilson

JUST THE FACTS

By D Magazine

LATCHKEY KIDS

Every day after school thousands of children come home to boredom, loneliness, even fear. Other cities are reaching out to help them. Why aren’t we?
By Mark Donald

LETTERS

By D Magazine

MOVING TO THE MECCA-PLEX

The good, the bad, and the essential of the place we call home
By D Magazine

PROFILE DAN JENKINS

On life, golf, writing and Fort Worth
By Russ Pate

STREET TALK

By D Magazine

WHAT TO HIT

The best bets in town
By D Magazine

WHAT TO MISS

Some of the worst things around
By D Magazine

WINDFALLS

By Lucie Nelka