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D Magazine June 1988

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A Bar With a View

These Clubs Offer Breadth of Vision
By D Magazine
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CHILDREN ON THE WITNESS STAND

Recently in a local court, a four-year-old testified against his own mother in a sex abuse case.
As more children are called to the witness stand, experts wonder: What price justice?
By Larry Upshaw
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EATING AROUND THE PROMENADE: A REAL STEAL

Also: Massimo Da Milano Al Teatro, Blue Mesa, Tacos and Botanas
By D Magazine
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EDITOR’S PAGE

On Passion and Public Debate Spurred by DART and DISD
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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FIVE HOUR CAR-LESS BAR HOP WHERE’S THE PARTY?

Your Ultimate Guide to the Night
By D Magazine
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HOME BORN IN THE USA

Euro-chic appliances and design details are cooking up a sleek storm for American kitchens.
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PARTING SHOT

The Big V: An Exclusive Interview with the Vision of Dallas
By Chris Tucker
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POINT COUNTER POINT

We have a grand jury. Do we need a civilian review board for the police?
By D Magazine
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RELATIONSHIPS LUCIE SUE FORGETS MARRIAGE

During two years of dating, we had agreed on everything. So why, as my wedding day loomed, had I pulled the plug?
By Lucie Nelka
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Starck (Club) Realities

Who goes, when, and above all, what do they wear?
By D Magazine
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THE CLASS OF’68

Before they had mortgages and minivans, they were part of a generation out to change the world. Here’s how they remember it.
By Chris Tucker
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THE HIRED GUN

When it’s time for the bloody showdown between borrowers and lenders, Dallas turns to a man who packs a pencil-Kenneth Leventhal, CPA.
By Sally Giddens
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THE IVORY POWERS

The last word on piano bars in Dallas
By D Magazine
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The Last Hero

Mickey Mantle played with pain and lives with memories. Twenty years after Yankee Stadium, the cheers still echo.
By Dan Baldwin
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THE MEET MARKETS

DOES THE SWINGIN’ SINGLE SURVIVE? CHECK IT OUT
By D Magazine
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UP FROM THE DOLDRUMS

Like never before, the motto of Dallas business today is
“I’ll have my lawyer call your lawyer. ” But hard times are bringing a new work ethic.
Because of it, the future may be a much nicer place.
By Sally Giddens