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D Magazine April 1988

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CITYPLACE UNDER SIEGE

To avoid a hostile takeover, Southland’s bosses took the giant corporation private. Now they are $4 billion in debt and at war with skittish homeowners over the future of Cityplace. If the giant stumbles, the thud will be felt far and wide.
By Sally Giddens
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EATING AROUND HIBACHI-YA: HERE’S THE BEEF

Also: Chuy’s, Bahama Bob’s, Cafe Sport
By D Magazine
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EDITOR’S PAGE

A changing of the guard, a silent majority, and a noisy game of musical chairs
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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GRAND PRIX ’88

Trans-Am Racing Roars into Dallas
By RHAE LUMPKIN
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LOVE IN THE OFFICE

By Skip Hollandsworth
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MEETING THE FUTURE NOW

The University of Texas at Arlington
By D Magazine
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MONEY FIGHTING THE TAXMAN

As the IRS gets tougher, a growing backlash may bring taxpayers new rights.
By Chris Tucker
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PARTING SHOT

The seductive slogan-a chant for all reasons
By Chris Tucker
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RELATlONSHIPS FEAR OF FATHERHOOD

I know babies don’t break easily. It’s something dark and unclear inside of me that I’m afraid of.
By Jeff Posey
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SPORTS GOLF GOES HIGH TECH

With a reconfigured clubface, a high dimple factor, and an enlarged sweet spot, surely I’ll break 80 this year.
By Russ Pate
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THE CHANGING FACE OF DALLAS

Is Dallas still the city of WASPs? Judge for yourself.
By Richard West
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THE GRAND KEMPINSKI DALLAS

The Meeting Center of the Southwest
By D Magazine
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THE NEW MAJORITY?

By the year 2000, Hispanics in Dallas may outnumber blacks and whites. Their aggressive new leaders are poised to claim a fair share of power. But first, there is work to do.
By Glenna Whitley
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The SEDUCTION OF BRIAN

There’s a war on drugs, but cocaine continues to win battle after battle. A true tale of easy drugs, fast-lane living-and ultimately, murder.
By L.V. Campbell