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D Magazine November 1985

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A TAXING SITUATION

Where will the new laws lead?
By D Magazine
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ARTS REVES ON THE REVES

Seeing the DMA’s new wing through the eyes of the collector
By Angela Enright
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COIN’ NORTH

The Frostbelt beckons
By S.B.
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CONSENSUS BUILDING

There’s more than one way to beat an office glut
By D Magazine
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Dance

Will the Fort Worth Ballet’s leap toward excellence leave Dallas troupes dancing in the dark?
By Willard Spiegelman
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DESPERATELY SEEKING DADDY

AFTER THE CHILD SUPPORT CRACKDOWN: TALES FROM OLD RED.
By MIKE SHROPSHIRE
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DEVELOPERS’ DEFINITION

When is a glut a glut? Not until we say so.
By Scott Bennett
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DINING NEW ARRIVALS

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

Reinventing our image
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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ESSAY PACKING IT IN

There’s more to smoking than meets the lungs
By GEORGE TOOMER
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FAMILIES REDSHIRTED TOTS

Who wins when kids are held back?
By Len Bourland
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HEARSAY

By Rob and Monica Allyn
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INSIGHTS

I know it’s only rock and roll, but I like it
By Chris Tucker
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LAST ROUNDUP AT THE DKG

Pee Wee Griffin made a killing in the Miami drug trade. Then he thought he’d settle down, buy a little spread near Denton. The feds had other ideas.
By Eric Miller
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MEDIA BIZ MAG BOOM

How much business gossip can one town take?
By Dennis Holder
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OPEN, INC: A DOORWAY OF HOPE?

Many ex-convicts return to freedom with no job, no self-esteem and no family waiting for them. A Dallas-based support group wants to change the bleak scenario that sends so many back to prison again.
By Richard West
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Opera

With an ambitious 10-year plan, the Dallas Opera is ready to make us forget the Met.
By Wayne Lee Gay
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Pop

From Adam Ant to Billy Joel-an eclectic caravan of pop music is headed for Dallas this year.
By JOHN MORTHLAND
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Portraits

Four faces in the limelight
By Angela Enright
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Real ESTATE REPORT

Who’s healthy, who’s faltering where we’re going and how we got there.
By D Magazine
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REAL ESTATE VS. THE ECONOMY

Why the tail doesn’t wag the dog
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RETROSPECTIVE RIP, 3419 HALL

Requiem for an artists’ haven
By Frank Schaefer
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Symphony

With the ever-popular Mata and plans for a shiny new hall, the only flat note at the DSO is the prospect of three more years at Fair Park.
By CHRIS THOMAS
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TALES OF THE CITY

She didn’t just uncover her body; she uncovered her very being
By John Bloom
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THE CITY WIRED-FOR FAILURE

The short life and hard times of Warner Amex
By Mark Hayes
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THE CITY’S Commitment

Dallas loves the arts. But will we back up our fine words with real money?
By PHILIP SEIB
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THE LANDS IN THE MIDDLE

Big-city prosperity-and problems-are coming to the Mid-Cities
By Scott Bennett
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THE LAST RESORTS

The Texas trail ends here. First stop: the stylish slopes of Colorado
By D Magazine
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THE WEST END ACCORDING TO JOHN MARTIN

A developer who’s taking it one brick at a time
By TEENA GRITCH MCMILLS
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Theater

Both young and established theaters bring a bold surge of contemporary drama to the most crowded theater season yet.
By Tim Allis
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TRAVEL BEST RESTS OUT WEST

New Mexican bed and breakfasts, funky to fancy
By Richard West
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WHOOSH!

It’s an avalanche of hot colors, bold shapes and high-tech textures-on and off the slopes.
By D Magazine