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D Magazine November 1986

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BLOCK PARTY

Going, going, gone are the days when auctions were for snobs
By D Magazine
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BUSINESS The Tale of Our Overbuilt City

Wherein a few bad boys threaten to ruin the once amiable relationship between office brokers and developers.
By Sally Giddens
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CITY Crime and More, More Punishment

Lacking more people up longer is an approach to crime that has been tried and has failed. Now the Mayor’s Task Force wants to try it again.
By Richard West
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CULINARY INTERVIEW: DEL FRISCO

a candid conversation with the steak house entrepreneur about his food, his methods, his peers, and his reputation as the “beef master”
By D Magazine
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DAIRY HOLLOW HOUSE

Home of Nouveau’ zarks Cuisine
By Liz Logan
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EDITOR’S PAGE

Why Shoot the Messenger for Bearing the Bad News?
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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FUR SALE

Coats from the ranch
By D Magazine
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GENDER VENDORS

Are You A Boy? Or Are You A Girl?
By Mary Candace Evans
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GIRLS JUST HAVING FUN

Marian Henley’s discovery of the Maxine within her
By Sophia Dembling
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GOODS AND SERVICES

A sampling of the prices you pay.
By D Magazine
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Guide CHEAP THRILLS

From feasting at Brio to joining the rodeo, here’s the line on cheap eats, seats, and treats.
By D Magazine
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HEALTH UP-DATE

By Katherine Hampton
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HOW TAX REFORM AFFECTS YOU

Now what will the IRS do to your bottom line?
By D Magazine
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INTERVIEW The Hard Rock Rolls To Dallas

Isaac Tigrett on Elvis Presley’s hat, John Lennon’s sofa, the God Wall, and the leveling of Calluaud for a parking lot.
By ALAN PEPPARD
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LINDALE CITY LIMIT POP. 2180

IS HEAVEN IN EAST TEXAS?
By G.W.
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LIVING To Sleep, Perchance

An insomniac endures the hour of the wolf a piece of Fontina cheese, and one tired chicken wing.
By Jean Gonick
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MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING

SAFER THAN AN X-RAY, KEENER THAN A CAT-SCAN, IT’S BECOMING THE DIAGNOSTIC TOOL FOR THE 21st CENTURY.
By D Magazine
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MEDIA Yakety-Yak, They Talk Back

Once DJs were told to plug the platter and shut up. Now constant chatter-some of it pretty blue-fills the airwaves.
By Dennis Holder
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PARTING SHOT

The Yellow Peril: What price will we pay for a drug-free society?
By Chris Tucker
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PEACH-MANIA

A critical discourse on the Fuzzy Navel
By L.L.
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PROPHET OF THE APOCALYPSE

Once a minister to street gangs, David Wilkerson fell from grace when he began to preach a nuclear Armageddon.
By Glenna Whitley
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RETROSPECTIVE Trinity River Visionary

Commodore Hatfield, an early hypester of tall Texana, was the first to see riches and fame in a muddy river.
By Gene Fowler
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TAKE ME TO THE LIMIT

Real estate limited partnerships can offer investors windfall returns. They can also blow you away.
By D Magazine
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THE ATHLETIC SHOE-IN

You gotta tie one on
By D Magazine
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THE CASE OF THE TERMINAL SECRETS

In a high-stakes. multimillion-dollar race to create a new computer language, two ex-TI whiz kids thought they were close to an answer. Then they were accused of stealing it.
By Skip Hollandsworth
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THE NOUVEAU BROKE

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE GOT-RICH-QUICK, GET-POOR-QUICKER?
By MIKE SHROPSHIRE
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TRAVEL A Texan’s Tour of the Rockies

The straight dope on the slopes.
By Larry Upshaw
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UPDATE

By D Magazine
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WHO OWNS YOUR MIND?

COMPANIES ARE GOING ALL OUT TO PROVE THEY DO
By S.H.