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D Magazine December 1988

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A CASE FOR MEDIATION

The adversary system has had its day in court. Now it’s time for something new.
By Mark Donald
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AN UNPAID DEBT

The population of Dallas is aging fast. And too many of our senior citizens are lonely, hungry; or afraid.
By Richard West
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ARTS TO DANCE FOR DALLAS

Though he is “nobody in the dance world,” Jessie Ramirez is determined to take up where the Dallas Ballet left off.
By SHERRI GULCZYNSKI
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EDITOR’S PAGE

Read My Lips: The Sky Is Not Falling
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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JUDICIAL REVIEW

No matter whose court you land in, it’s wise to know who’s wielding the gavel.
By Mark Donald
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MAN IN THE MIDDLE

ROY TARPLEY COULD LEAD THE MAVERICKS TO THE TOP – IF HE DOESN’T SELF-DESTRUCT.
By MIKE SHROPSHIRE
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OUTDOOR THEATER FROM HELL!

HOW DID STARPLEX BECOME A POLITICAL TARBABY? ARE THE FOLKS FROM PACE REALLY ENTERTAINMENT SHARKS WITH ITALIAN SHOES? AND WAS ANYONE IN CHARGE OF THIS MESS? BY GLENNA WHITLEY
By D Magazine
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PARTING SHOT

Zip Codes and the Zeitgeist: My Cluster, Right or Wrong
By Chris Tucker
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RELATIONSHIPS A CHRISTMAS MEMORY

Death has changed our family, but our traditions have a life of their own.
By Sally Giddens
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WITH FRIENDS LIKE THESE…

The top divorce lawyers in Dallas run the gamut from very mean to very, very mean.
By Mark Donald
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YOUR HONOR, I’M NO MATCH FOR HIM

Their money was gone, their dignity in shreds, their children up for grabs. Then C.C. and Jim Parker met for the final showdown.
By Sally Giddens