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D Magazine June 1985

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ART MASTER STROKES

Ferber exhibits: A D/FW collaboration
By Ken Barrow
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DALLAS / FORT WORTH 100

The largest publicly held nonfinancial corporations headquartered in the Metroplex, ranked by Fiscal 1984 Revenues
By D Magazine
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DINING NEW ARRIVALS

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

Notes from the publisher
By Terry Murphy
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FORECAST ’85

Life isn’t getting any cheaper-or easier. But with this economic rundown, at least it can be less confusing.
By Robert Schwaller
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GOOD OL’ BOYS, CITY SLICKERS AND ONE TOUGH D.A.

The Courthouse war that (almost) everybody won
By Richard West
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INSIGHTS

Free to misunderstand: Joe Bob and the open society
By Chris Tucker
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Joe Bob Goes to the Drive-ln

Drive-In Movie Critic of Rockwall, Texas November 22, 1963. April 16, 1985. They said it couldn’t happen again.
By Joe Bob Briggs
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MAKING MONEY THE DE NOVO WAY

Community bankers find that only the good survive
By Alexis Garner
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40 Greatest Stories

Max Goldblatt’s Last Hurrah

We may never again vote against a more interesting mayoral candidate, but the last days of his campaign reveal the man behind the man who would have been mayor.
By Skip Hollandsworth
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PROFILE RIGHT-HAND MANN

A Texas newsman’s journey to Ted Kennedy’s office
By Dennis Holder
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SAINT ROGER

What’s a nice guy like Roger Staubach doing in Dallas real estate? Scoring big
By D Magazine
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SUMMER IN THE CITY

A hot array of to-sees, to-dos, to-eats and to-die-fors that make summer survival a breeze
By Tim Allis
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THE SHORT ROAD TO SUCCESS

Five hotshot entrepreneurs and how they’ve made it
By D Magazine
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WORKING BOOK BOUND

The rare passion of Larry McMurtry and friends
By Richard West