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D Magazine June 1987

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A PASHA PLAY

Dallas’s newest too-hip-to-grip private club has seen panic, paranoia, and wild, crazy spending. And that was before they opened.
By Richard West
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A-BEER-ATIONS

What’s brewing in the beer market
By Katherine Dinsdale
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BUSINESS BEST & WORST

The upside and the downside of the business year
By D Magazine
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CONSUMING PASSION

Don’t shop till you drop-read this
By D Magazine
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EDITOR’S PAGE

Calling HERRONNER On The Party Line
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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HERE AND NOW The New-Collar Class

Politicians and Madison Avenue are just discovering the real baby boomers- they’re married, they’re middle-income, and they don’t drink Beaujolais
By Jon Stewart
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IN THEIR OWN WORDS

(From a campaign memoir by Cathy Stitt, a Strauss volunteer)
By D Magazine
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INTERVIEW From The Mouth of Moby

Morning radio’s trash talker tries real hard to convince us that he’s just a country deejay out to teach a lesson or two to teens
By ALAN PEPPARD
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JUNE BUSINESS REVIEW 10 DALLAS MYTHS DEBUNKED

Just because “they” say it doesn’t make it so. Do you want to be caught at a cocktail party with your facts down?
By Sally Giddens
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lambert’s

Lambert Landscape Company is involved in and concerned with the design, creation, installation and maintenance of gardens. Lambert’s is, in a word, about gardens. A garden is a living thing, a growing thing, a needing thing. It requires planning, imaginative creativity, problem solving, quality ingredients, nurturing, understanding and patience. A garden needs care, a garden needs a gardener. . .
By D Magazine
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MARCHING TO A DIFFERENT DRUMSTICK

Perfectly fried chicken rules the roost
By L.L.
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NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERYSITY

The University of North Texas
By D Magazine
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PARTING SHOT

Q: What happens when common knowledge is no longer common? A: Cultural illiteracy.
By Chris Tucker
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PRICE CHECK

Scoping out what happens at the check-out
By Elizabeth Franklin
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SHADES OF SUMMER

Reflections of sunglasses past and present
By TEENA GRITCH MCMILLS
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STRONG SUITS

By TEENA GRITCH MCMILLS
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TALES OF THE CITY Innocence Lost At the New Six Flags

A wistful remembrance of Skull Island, the LaSalle Riverboat, and-Arriba!-the Fiesta Train
By John Bloom
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THE PRIVATE WAR OF RODNEY CLARK

When a veteran cop was killed in a double shooting, a rookie broke “the code” and testified against him. The jury believed the rookie, and the Dallas Police Department is still reeling from the shock.
By Mark Donald