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D Magazine August 1987

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BACKYARD BATTLES

Croquet livens up lazy afternoons
By L.N.
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BISHOP COLLEGE R.I.P.?

THE LIFE OF DALLAS’S ONLY BLACK COLLEGE HANGS BY A THREAD. LAST SPRING, THE SCHOOL LOST ITS ACCREDITATION AND FILED FOR BANKRUPTCY. SADLY, BISHOP COLLEGE MAY BE DYING BY ITS OWN HAND.
By Cecil Sharp
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CARIBBEAN CRAVINGS

It’s hot and it’s here-sort of
By Liz Logan
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CHEAP EATS

THE LOW-DOWN ON LOW-BUDGET DINING IN DALLAS
By Liz Logan
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DALLAS City of Winners THE CONSTANT TORCH

A Tradition of Excellence
By D Magazine
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EDITOR’S PAGE

Some Reflections On the Consequences 0f Alleged “Cop-Bashing”
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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EVERY PARENTS NIGHTMARE

KEN SAUNDERS WAS THE GOLDEN BOY, THE PAMPERED SCION OF A WEALTHY LAKEWOOD FAMILY. HE SEEMED DESTINED FOR A LIFE OF SUCCESS. INSTEAD, HE POURED $1,200 A WEEK INTO DRUGS, KILLED A DEALER, AND SPENT TIME IN HUNTSVILLE. AT TWENTY-TWO, LOOKING BACK, HE’S GRATEFUL.
By Elizabeth Franklin
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HERE & NOW How Not To Raise A Vidiot

Winnie the Pooh seems harmless enough. But can it lead to the harder stuff?
By Glenna Whitley
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MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION

In the greatest gamble in Dallas real estate, Ben Carpenter built Las Colinas into one of the world’s most highly acclaimed developments. Now, the high cost of Ben’s dream has brought the Carpenter empire to its knees.
By Sally Giddens
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PARTING SHOT

The Uneasy Globetrotter: A Few Reservations About Travel
By Chris Tucker
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THE ART OF TAI CHI CHUAN

An Eastern way to inner peace
By Jeff Posey
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THE HAPPY HOOFER

Dance King Don Chesshir has all the right moves
By TEENA GRITCH MCMILLS
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THE LONG AND SHORTS OF IT

Men’s fashion brings up the rear
By Anne Fullerton