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D Magazine December 1987

An Interview With WILLIAM MAY

SMU’s eloquent professor of ethics talks about public and private morality, virtue and vice in our leaders, renewal at SMU, and the dominant ethical problem of our time.
By Chris Tucker

Cloud Over Comanche Peak

Seven billion dollars later, the nation’s most troubled nuclear plant still faces stiff opposition from critics inside and outside the industry. Even so, it’ll be open next year.
By Jeff Posey

D MAGAZINE’S HOLIDAY CHEER 1987

Entertaining Recipes for the Holidays
By D Magazine

DALLAS EXPLAINED

By Jeff Posey

DESIGN NOEL FANTASY

An exuberant explosion of edibles redefines the seasonal status quo.

EATING AROUND CELEBRITY CAJUN COMES TO TOWN

Also: Theresas Semiramis Bar & Grill, Bodine’s
By D Magazine

EDITOR’S PAGE

Should we build rail? The DART debate gets down and dirty
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons

FILE IT AWAY

By D Magazine

FROM THE COAST

By D Magazine

LETTERS

By D Magazine

MALL CRIME

Guarding Your Christmas Spirit
By Dan Baldwin

MIRACLE WORKERS

By Sally Giddens

MOVIES Cry Freedom: A Flawed Gem From A Troubled Land

Also: Cross My Heart puts lovers to the test; Five Corners lurches from deadpan to sudden death
By Steven Reddicliffe

NOTED AND QUOTED

By Bill Adler

Of Cabbages and Kings

Inside the secret world of Dallas’s poshest grocery store
By Skip Hollandsworth

PARTING SHOT

Machine haters, unite: back to the Middle Ages
By Chris Tucker

STREET TALK

By D Magazine

THREE THEATERS IN SEARCH OF AN AUDIENCE

Is it curtains for the Dallas theater scene? Or is the current artistic and economic slump just another stage?
By Richard West

UPDATE

By D Magazine