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D Magazine July 1988

90.1 Highlights

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AMAZING GRACE

While other mainstream churches decline, one of Dallas’s oldest congregations thrives by blending racial and cultural groups.
Its motto: “Out of many, God makes us one.”
By Richard West

ASBESTOS MAIDEN

The new enfant terrible at the Dallas Times Herald has sharpened her pen on Walker Railey, Ross Perot, DART, and the county jails.
Who will columnist Laura Miller aim for next?
By Dennis Holder

Black/Brown Summit

By Cecil Sharp

COFFEE, TEA, OR STRIKE?

American Airlines hired Patt Gibbs to serve peanuts with a smile, but when the feisty union leader faced the likes of Robert Crandall, she couldn’t play nice anymore.
By Sally Giddens

Daytime On 13

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EATING AROUND LOMA LUNA’S NEW MEXICAN CHARM

Also: Ajanta Palace, Hao’s, Inaka Inn, Brazos
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EDITOR’S PAGE

Learning From Atlanta, A City “Too Busy To Hate”
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons

EVENING AT POPS

LONG-RUNNING FAVORITE BEGINS ITS NINETEENTH SEASON ON PUBLIC TELEVISION THIS MONTH.
By D.F.

HEALTH CARE

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HIGHER EDUCATION

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HISTORY IN THE UNMAKING

By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons

HOSPITALS

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KERA Presents ARTSEYE

I’M AN OFFBEAT KINDA FELLA … WHO WOULD RATHER HAVE A LAUGH THAN A ROLEX WATCH
– SPANKY McFARLIN
By Dan Frizzell

KIDSTUFF

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LEARNING CENTERS

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LETTERS

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MUSIC/THEATER

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PARTING SHOT

Astrology and So Much More! Pigging Out at the Smorgasbord of Belief
By Chris Tucker

PET CARE

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POLITICS

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President’s Memo

By Richard J. Meyer

Primetime

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PRIVATE SCHOOLS

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PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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RELIGIOUS GROUPS

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SELLING “DAKOTA”

Four fledgling filmmakers learn that even Lou Diamond Phillips isn’t enough. To get a clean, wholesome movie released, you’ve got to live-or die-in L.A.
By Glenna Whitley

SHOPPING

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SPECTATOR SPORTS

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STREET TALK

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The Contessa of Con

If all the world’s a stage, Rowena Powell’s life has been one grand performance. She’s posed as Christina Onassis, Barbara Woolworth Hutton, and others. Even in jail, she plays a persuasive part.
By Mark Donald

THE ESSENTIALS

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THE SUBURBS

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VOLUNTEER GROUPS

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