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D Magazine May 1986

A Profile in Courage

In His Fight To Stay Alive, Darrin Bernstein Returned To The Hospital For A Critical Operation. His Enemy Was A Terminal Disease Called Cystic Fibrosis.
By Skip Hollandsworth

An OdeToThe Lakewood Yacht Club

When was the last time you rubbed elbows with the regu-lars, swilled a beer to the strains of “Is That All There Is?,” and stared down a bowl of DooDads? Ah, this is livin’…
By Dennis Holder

CITYSCOPE

By KIT BAUMAN

DINING OUT CITY CAFE’S URBANE RENEWAL

Also: Beau Nash, Szechwan Pavilion, and Dream Cafe
By Liz Logan

DISCOUNT DECORATING

Fine furniture at finer prices
By D Magazine

EATING AROUND OUT TO LUNCH WITH NITEMAN

Also: Mariani’s Mission and Hitting the Salsa
By Liz Logan

EDUCATION The Bloody World of High School Debate

Almost every weekend of the school year, a select sect of young
people pack their briefcases, put on their Sunday bests, and go for
the jugular. This year was no different.
By Tim Allis

FASHION GO HAWAIIAN

The latest old fashion fad from lei-land
By TEENA MCMILLS

G0LF 1986

By Steve Pate

GET.A.JOB

Harken, graduates, to the strange way’s of the working world.
Here are nine occupations you just might not have considered.
By MIKE SHROPSHIRE

HIGH-TECH TANS

Baking bodies the European way
By D Magazine

INSIDER

By D Magazine

LAW In Self-Defense

The pro se defendant has a fool for a lawyer-most of the time.
By MIKE SHROPSHIRE

LETTERS

By D Magazine

MAYFEST: MAYBE YES, MAYBE NO

Plus May days: fests, friendship, and folkies
By D Magazine

PARTING SHOT

Alone in a world of relentless organizers, he fought to beat the clock.
By Chris Tucker

RETROSPECTIVE Mardi Gras-Dallas Style?

This town has always known how to throw a good party.
By Thomas H. Smith

STREET TALK

By D Magazine

TALES OF THE CITY The Dangerous Game of Vassil Kasashki

He fled Bulgaria for a new life in the West. Will his books make him too famous to kill?
By John Bloom

THE BATTLE FOR THE SOUL OF DOWNTOWN

Hubert Flamant has a daring vision for downtown. Will the city share the risk?
By Scott Bennett

THE BOOM STOPS HERE

How hotshot land brokers will prosper in the coming bad year.
By PARKES ROBINSON

THE CHIEF

Henry Wade knows that in order to be yourself, you must first have a self to be. He built his from family, farm, and office.
By Richard West

THE MAN BEHIND TRAVIS WALK

Chip McCarthy hopes Dallasites haven’t forgotten how to stroll while they shop.
By Scott Bennett

THE SMARTEST BUILDING IN DALLAS

Offices that give you a superiority complex.
By Scott Bennett

TRACK TIPS

Derby Days are here again
By D Magazine

TRAVEL The Long Road to Katmandu

We came to the land of living goddesses and Tibetan tribesmen
in search of the Royal Bengal tiger.
By Richard West

WHAT WILL $250,000 BUY IN THE HOUSING MARKET?

Good question. Here are ten possible answers.
By Scott Bennett

WHO WILL FOLLOW HENRY WADE?

The next Mr. DA has some big shoes to fill, but several candidates are eager to try them on.
By Eric Miller

WINDFALLS TAKE A BREAK

Pedals, paddles, and parting shots
By Lucie Nelka