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D Magazine February 1986

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DIVIDED WE FALL

The Seventies promised unprecedented black unity and progress. It hasn’t happened here. Today a bitterly divided black leadership is its own worst enemy.
By Bob Ray Sanders
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EDITOR’S PAGE

The aging of The New Journalism
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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How The Restaurants Rate

Herein our long-awaited stack-ranking of Dallas’ top restaurants. Drum roll, please.
By W.L.TAITTE
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IN THEIR OWN WORDS

Excerpts from a letter from Henry Lee Lucas to Max Call, author of a book on Lucas
By D Magazine
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INSIDER

By Eric Miller
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INSIGHTS

Halley’s Comet: Apocalypse now or a little later?
By Chris Tucker
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INVASION OF THE BODYWORKERS

From Shiatsu (ouch!) to Rolfing (aargh!) and something called Feldenkrais (huh?), a new regiment of flesh-pounders will realign your mind by bruising your body
By Mark Donald
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MEXICAN STANDOFF GEORGE TOOMER VS. W.L. TAITTE

IS OUR LEGENDARY TEX-MEX DOWN AND OUT-IF NOT DOA?
TWO FANATICS GO LOCO OVER THE SAD STATE
OF THE COMBINATION PLATE.
By D Magazine
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NBA

ALL STAR GAME FEBRUARY 7 – 9
By Steve Pate
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ONE WEEK IN WINTER

A bleak sojourn among the city’s homeless
By Richard West
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POWER AND POLITICS LAW

A federal judge can change your life
By Rob Allyn
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PROFILE PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

Charley Pride, CEW’s only major black star, bucks the odds again
By JOHN MORTHLAND
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TALES OF THE CITY

Motivational speaker Pam Lontos: self-made myth
By John Bloom
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The Top Tier

Now, with Chef Dean Fearing and his New Southwestern Cuisine menu safely ensconced, the Mansion has food equal to its surroundings.
By W. L. Taitte
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TRAVEL HONG KONG ON THE RUN

The clock is ticking for the dazzling queen of capitalism
By Tim Allis