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D Magazine April 1987

3 FACES OF SPRING

A TRIO OF LOCAL PEOPLE WHO LIVE THE DALLAS LOOK
By TEENA GRITCH MCMILLS

CITYSCOPE

By KIT BAUMAN

CONVERTIBLE CONTENDERS

The Cadillac Allanté squares off with the BMW 325i Convertible
By Preston Lerner

EATING AROUND DRAMATICS AT THE CADILLAC BAR

Also: Hofstetter’s and McKinney & Knox
By Liz Logan

EDITOR’S PAGE

How do you spell politician? A critical school board election.
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons

FLIRTS OF FASHION

By TEENA GRITCH MCMILLS

From Here to Obscurity

Do You Remember Joey Tornabenni-And Seventeen Other Flashes in the Pan?
By MIKE SHROPSHIRE

HAWAII ON $500 A DAY

By GEORGE ENGEBRETSON

Hillarv Jo Higginbotham’s Rise to the Top

The True Story of the Woman Who Became Dallas’s Hottest Celeb-In Just Six Months!

IN DEFENSE OF QUICHE

Restoring the ravaged image of a perfectly innocent dish
By Liz Logan

LETTERS

By D Magazine

PARTING SHOT

Why not the rest? Results of the “Me for Mayor” survey
By Chris Tucker

SWING TIME

The back yard’s best friend gets better
By Lucie Nelka

THE BIG ONE THAT GOT AWAY

The only player ever to win tennis’ Grand Slam twice remembers the one major tournament he never won
By TOM KOCH

THE NOSE KNOWS

By D Magazine

THE SECOND SUMMER OF BOBBY VALENTINE

An Inquiry Into The Strange Phenomenon Known As V-Ball
By Dan Baldwin

THE SELLING OF SOUTH AFRICA

Why won’t this distant country leave Dallas alone? Because beneath the confrontations at City Hall is a parable of money, racism, and power.
By Sally Giddens

WHY PRISCILLA DAVIS IS A CELEBRITY AND YOU’RE NOT

The Absolute, Complete, Final Word On Everyone Who’s Ever Been a Celebrity In Dallas-And Why
By Richard West