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D Magazine May 1987

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8.0 Redux

By Sally Giddens
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A TRIBUTE TO TUNA

The perfect summer sandwich
By Liz Logan
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ALL WRAPPED UP

I was a middle-aged mummy
By Lucie Nelka
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DESIGNER’S NOTEBOOK

THE ELEMENTS OF SPRING
By LYNN SUTTER ADLER
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EATING AROUND THE DISCREET CHARM OF THE LEFT BANK

Also: Ashoka, Hampton’s, Chapps, and Pollo Bueno
By Liz Logan
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EDITOR’S PAGE

I have this friend…and she works outside the home…but she also loves her kids
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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King of the WORKOUT Game

Craig Hall fought to save $1.1 billion in realestate, and lived to tell the tale.
By Sally Giddens
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MOM’S REQUIRED READING

Who wrote the book of motherhood?
By L.L.
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My Plan To Save SMU Football

Is there life after the death penalty? Maybe-with Dandy Don as coach, players with heart, and a willingness to accept brave defeat.
By John Bloom
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PARTING SHOT

The books of summer: a fan’s guide to great baseball reading
By Chris Tucker
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Portrait of An Industry In Crisis

The new breed of S&Ls has done costly damage to the real estate market. A look at four troubled lenders.
By Sally Giddens
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PRESTON CENTER

By Babs Suzanne Harrison
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QUICK DRAWS

Pictionary is the latest game people play
By Chris Peterson
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RETROSPECTIVE Dallas’s First War On Drugs

In the late 19th century, thousands of Dallasites were hooked on cocaine, opium, and morphine-and it was all perfectly legal
By Thomas H. Smith
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SCENTS OF WELL-BEING

Searching for the best potpourri
By L.L.
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SOMEWHAR IN TEXAS

FOUR GREAT ANSWERS TO THE BURNING QUESTION: WHERE DO PEOPLE AROUND HERE GO FOR THE WEEKEND?
By Jeff Posey
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TALES OF THE CITY Dial L For Lonely

With Killer bedroom diseases stalking the singles bars, aural sex may be the hot line of the future
By John Bloom
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40 Greatest Stories

The Black Widow

Sandra Bridewell was on her way up in Dallas society. She was beautiful, alluring, rich. But her husbands kept dying. So did one of her best friends.
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TRAVEL Pedaling Through China

Aland shrouded in mystery is best revealed from the seat of a bicycle
By Laura Kelly