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D Magazine February 1988

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DESIGN REMODELING MADNESS

If it can go wrong, it will. If it can cost more, it will. But here are a few ways to beat the re-do blues.
By Lisa Kestler
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ENTERTAINING ALTARED STATES

For God’s sake, get me to the arboretum, the museum, or the esplanade on time!
By Lucie Nelka
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In Search Of The HOLY RAIL

For the love of billiards: an appreciation, a history, and five great pool halls. Rack’em.
By SCOTT BULLOCK
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KERA Presents THE TEXAS DEBATES

THE 1988 PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY
By Chris Tucker
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PARTING SHOT

What would Gandhi do? Some thoughts on the power of hate.
By Chris Tucker
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RELATIONSHIP A WOMAN OF DEPENDENT MEANS

Especially when it comes to changing light bulbs, installing towel bars, fixing things that are broken, and all those things men know how to do.
By Jean Gonick
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Spatz: The Secret Is Simplicity

And two other newcomers: Trieste and Mekong
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The Fall of the House of Von Erich

In the ring, they were masters of theatrics—heroic and invincible. In life, America’s greatest wrestling dynasty has been battered by tragedy and fate.
By Skip Hollandsworth
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The Fatted Calf Ain’t What He Used To Be

When the going got tough, red meat got leaner. And with the change, beef is back.
By Mary Brown Malouf
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THE VIEW FROM CITY HALL

Unexpectedly, he became Dallas’s first black city manager. A year later, Richard Knight looks back on his stormy initiation-and braces himself for the trials to come.
By KIT BAUMAN
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UPDATE

By Cecil Sharp