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D Magazine January 1987

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A College Education: For Parent and Child

You are not alone.
This year three million parents will see a son or daughter head off to college.
Millions more are planning – perhaps joyously, perhaps nervously-for that empty nest feeling. All over the country parents, step-parents, grandparents, godparents, are saving money for education, talking, perhaps wistfully, per-haps forcefully about their school years.
Parents are encouraging their sons and daughters to consider a variety of options, visit college campuses, study catalogs, think about the fut
By Karen Ray
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BEST & WORST

Here we go again. It’s our tenth annual batch of cheers and jeers on the year past. Out of Dallas’s treasure trove of extremes, we bring you the saints and sinners, the rarities and rip-offs, the wonders, and blunders of our city. We’ve gone to the line-the county line, that is – to find the funniest, the sleaziest, the hokiest happenings of 1986. You celebrated and abominated all-year, too. But once again, we remembered….
By D Magazine
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BUSINESS The Empire Strikes Back, Y’all

Those damn Yankees thought they had buried us in negative press. But that was before Dallas figured out how to fight.
By Sally Giddens
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CHASE’S ANNUAL EVENTS

Drawing a blank? Some very important dates for your new calendar.
By Chris Tucker
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EATING AROUND SAN SIMEON’S PEERLESS PEDIGREE

Also Actuelle, Copeland’s, and Everyday Gourmet
By Liz Logan
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EDITOR’S PAGE

On hate mail and bad predictions: D’s own Bests Worst OF ’86.
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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PARTING SHOT

King-Sized Carnage: That’s About the Size of it.
By Chris Tucker
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POLITICS The Greening Of The Legislature

Money will dominate the ’87 session of the Texas legislature. And with seven new faces, the Dallas delegation is pretty green itself.
By Dave McNeely
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SPORTS What’s So Super About The Super Bowl?

Not much. Here’s why The Game has been more snore than roar-and how Super Sunday can live up to its name.
By Dan Baldwin
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SWEATING MORE BUT LOSING LESS?

Here’s how to tune up your tone-up
By Sophia Dembling
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THE BLACK-HOLE CLOSET

Probing the dark depths of the monotone wardrobe
By Liz Logan
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THE FEAR OF COOKING

New books to make you at home on the range
By L.L.
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THE LONE PILGRIMAGE OF REVEREND OTWELL

A Morality Play in Five Acts, featuring a venom-spouting preacher, his enemies, a fierce battle over church and state, and, in the end, a miracle.
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TRAVEL Gearing Up For The Cup

In Perth and Fremantle, it’s all hands on deck for the World Series of Yachting.
By Richard West
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TURNING ON TO THE PAST

A new cable channel for oldies and related goodies
By D Magazine
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WRITE SUPREMACY

Can watching your p’s and q’s make you a CEO?
By D Magazine