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D Magazine September 1987

Back To The Neighborhood School

Many Dallas parents are trying a revolutionary idea-sending their children to public school. Their reasons are many, but most agree: something good is happening at the school down the street.
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CITYSCOPE

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D DOZEN

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DALLAS EXPLAINED

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EATING AROUND IN SEARCH OF WELL-BEING AT SARDO’S

Also: Taj Mahal, Acker’s, Watel’s, Joe Ku’s, Sofia
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EDITOR’S PAGE

There is light at the end of the dark tunnel that has shadowed Dallas schools. But is anyone left to see it?
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FILE IT AWAY

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FOOTBALL PRICE INDEX

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FROM THE COAST

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HERE AND NOW The Food Fix

I wanted to be thin more than anything else, but I couldn’t control my eating
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HOT PROPERTIES

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I, Too, Am LBJ’s Son

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ISLAND CRUISING

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LETTERS

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LYNN LANDRUM VS. THE MODERN WORLD

For thirty years, the eloquent, infuriating voice of The Dallas Morning News took on everyone from FDR to the Ku Klux Klan. The paper still bears the stamp of his conservative crusade.
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modern nights

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Noted And Quoted

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PARTING SHOT

Beyond Charisma: Thee Lessons of “The Ollie North Show”
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ROMANCING a romance writer

I felt the molten lava of lust rise within me as I stared into the luminescent pools of her azure eyes. Softly, she murmured, “You have spinach stuck in your teeth.”
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TRIANGLE OF LOVE

A mother who gave, a mother who took, and the daughter who brought them together.
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UPDATE

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WHY DOES JOHNNY READ DREK?

Public school textbooks are dull, noncontroversial, poorly written, oversimplified, bland, and inaccurate. And that’s exactly how they were planned.